Japan is one country that is very famous for the quality of its products. Japanese products reputation also become one of the highest quality in the world. And when you visit this country, t’s almost impossible to return back to your country with empty-handed. Feel the sensation of shopping from lovingly brewed sake, precious porcelain made the same way for centuries, unique daily necessities, branded clothes and bags, to the very latest gadgets. Find a place to shop with many other benefits.
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Where to go shopping
Outlet malls are popular shopping place in Japan. They offer both domestic and international brands, including fashion, electronics, sports and luxury goods. Not only offer the shopping features, they also give special services and discounts for international visitors. Let’s take a look the major premium outlet malls in Japan!
Mitsui Outlet Park
Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu is the largest outlet mall in Japan. It lies across the bay from Tokyo and is directly connected to central Tokyo and Yokohama by highway bus.
Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza
Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza is another of Japan's largest outlet malls. This outlet located in a popular up-scale mountain resort in Karuizawa. Visitors can combine shopping with sightseeing, golf in summer and skiing in winter. This outlet mall also integrated with hotels and JR stations.
Rera Chitose Outlet
Travel to Hokkaido and need some shopping experience with snow view? Check this out. Located near New Chitose Airport outside Sapporo, this outlet mall is recommended to be visited.
Stores In Japan
There are so many kind of stores in Japan. Start from the biggest one until the small one like convenience stores that usually called “konbini“. In this section, we will show you the kind of stores. Check this out!
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Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Co., Ltd. is a pure holding company with the Mitsukoshi and Isetan department stores as its wholly owned subsidiaries.
J. Front Retailing Co., Ltd. is, ” Daimaru Matsuzakaya department store ” and fashion buildings operated by the ” Parco has under its umbrella such as” holding company is.
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At 7–ELEVEN, you can find a wide variety of products – everything from original onigiri and bread to cosmetics. Onigiri (rice balls) , Bento, Noodles, Sandwiches, Salads, Sweets, Instant Ramen Noodle, Chilled Cup Drinks, and so on.Source: © Google Map
Duty Free & Tax Free Shop
Consumption tax in Japan is 10% since October 1, 2019. But don’t worry, some stores in Japan offer you tax and duty free with minimum amount of shopping. Let’s take a look where you can find it!
Star Shop & Line
STAR SHOP&LINE Co. has been put efforts on developing duty free retail and tourism industry.
This effort has provided many of growing visitors the chance to experience travel and shopping through enter-tour marketing, which draws the customers attention to the multi experiences. We're here to make shopping & traveling affordable and easy. To deal with rapid changes in the market we have been developed the products and services.
Don Quijote is a discount chain store that has over 160 locations throughout Japan. The biggest discount store in Japan (souvenirs, matcha and Japanese sweets, cosmetics, clothing, and more at inexpensive prices). The store is well known in Japan and is often referred to by its shortened name Donki.
Tax Free Shop
BIC CAMERA which is convenient for shopping in Japan at the station square.
Laox is a large duty-free store in Japan. They have many branches all over Japan. Electronics, cosmetic brands such as Shiseido and KOSÉ, health foods, daily necessities, transportation tickets and other goods can be found at Laox. It's a popular shopping destination for travelers. Be sure to stop by when visiting Japan.
100 Yen Shop
There are several 100 yen store chains found all across Japan. 100 yen shops sell a wide range of products for just 100 yen per item (price still excluded tax). These shops is a great place to shop for travelers or even for Japanese people. You can find many products with unique function that can only be founded in Japan.
DAISO is the chain with the most locations out of all of the 100-yen shops in Japan. They not only have locations in Japan, but also overseas in countries including the United States, China, and Thailand, so you might already be familiar with this store. They also carry exported goods, many of them with product explanations written in English and Chinese.
At Seria, you can buy cute and stylish products perfect for the young at heart. One of their distinguishing features is their large selection of Japan-made products when compared to the merchandise found at other stores.
CAN DO is a company who is developing 100 Yen stores in Japan.
Our brand promise is " To move everybody by 100 Yen".
We are providing joy of shopping by wide range of products from daily use items to amazing convenient and top design items with 100 Yen
Please enjoy to find out "Something New Every Day" at your nearest CAN DO store.