Yurakucho Shopping Guide for Your Next Trip

Consider shopping in Yurakucho, if you would like to be in an area that has a charmingly old neighbourhood feel to it. Despite having a very relaxed atmosphere, the district presents plenty of modern shopping opportunities suitable for just about anyone.

Shop to Your Heart’s Content at Yurakucho’s Shopping Malls

LUMINE Yurakucho

LUMINE Yurakucho
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LUMINE is a fashion shopping centre that features the latest trends representative of Japan. Usually connected to main train stations, it has long business hours, which makes it convenient for shoppers.

For foreign visitors, LUMINE Yurakucho is excellent as 120 of its shops are tax-free! Explore the many retailers selling an array of fashion items, cosmetics, and lifestyle goods. After indulging in retail therapy, have a bite to eat at one of their restaurants that’s mostly opened till 11pm.

Spot information

  • Spot name: LUMINE Yurakucho
  • Street address: 2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006
  • Access: About 2 minutes’ walk from Yurakucho Station

Yurakucho Marui

Yurakucho Marui

Located in ITOCiA, Yurakucho Marui is another great choice as it also has long business hours, featuring a wide range of fashion items, cosmetics, and lifestyle goods. This department store is best known for their women’s fashion and accessories.

What’s more, they have an event space on the 8th floor, where display events and pop up shops are set up from time to time. So, keep an eye on what kind will be available during your trip!

Spot information

  • Spot name: Yurakucho Marui
  • Street address: 2-7-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006
  • Access: About 2 minutes’ walk from Yurakucho Station

Shopping near Yurakucho Station

Shopping near Yurakucho Station

Near Yurakucho Station,there are very popular Japanese retailers you can shop at for various things:

Bic Camera Yurakucho

As one of the largest Bic Camera stores in Tokyo, this branch is the perfect place to go to if you are in want of electronics and home appliances. With 8 floors, you will have a great assortment of products to choose from.

You can also find beauty products or medicine on the 3rd floor, kids toys and figurines on the 4th floor, and even spectacles and contact lenses on the 6th floor - making this more than just an electronics store! And if you’re hungry, hit Key’s Cafe on the topmost floor, which serves coffee, pasta and pancakes.

Spot information

  • Spot name: Bic Camera Yurakucho
  • Street address: 1-11-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006
  • Access: About 2 minutes’ walk from Yurakucho Station

MUJI Yurakucho

MUJI is famous for its minimalist concept. This global flagship store stocks every single product from the brand that’s available on the market - from clothing, homegoods, beauty products, stationery and office supplies, to instant beverages and tidbits.

It has a very spacious eatery - Cafe&Meal, where the food is known to be delicious, with a bakery attached. There’s even a fruit and vegetable market available. Moreover, you can rent a bicycle from them at a reasonable rate of ¥1000 per day.

Status: MUJI Yurakucho was closed on December 2nd, 2018. The new MUJI HOTEL GINZA will be open in April 2019.

Mujirushi Ryohin (MUJI) Ginza. The First MUJI HOTEL GINZA and MUJI Diner in Japan

Spot information

  • Spot name: MUJI Yurakucho
  • Street address: 3-8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
  • Access: About 3 minutes’ walk from Yurakucho Station

Explore Yurakucho Shopping Street

If you fancy acquiring antiques or just looking at them, then head over to the Tokyo International Forum and check out the Oedo Antique Market. Being Japan’s largest outdoor antique market, you are bound to find hidden gems here.

There’s a broad selection of antique items on offer - from the usual tableware to old-fashioned clocks, and even rare ukiyo-e prints. For those of you who are into vintage second-hand clothing, you will be delighted to find plenty here, including unique garments hand-crafted from discarded kimonos or noren curtains.

Spot information

  • Spot name: Oedo Antique Market at Tokyo International Forum
  • Street address: 3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
  • Access: About 4 minutes’ walk from Yurakucho Station

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