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  • Ito-ya

  • Cards & Stationery ( Ginza )
  • This is a wonderful store with several floors worth of stuff that will delight those who are interested in cards, stationary, pens, and paper. It is a bright and cheerful store that has several goodie...
  • FedEx Kinko's: Yotsuya

  • Courier Services, Cards & Stationery ( Yotsuya )
  • I was very impressed with the service I got at the FedEx in Yotsuya. They were very patient with my broken Japanese request for sending an item via express mail, and sending a fax. I really needed to ...
  • Muji: Shinjuku

  • Cards & Stationery, Interior Design & Furniture ( Shinjuku )
  • MUJI may actually sell everything one can think of. They have a clothing department, which I am not a fan of. The clothes, as keeping with the MUJI image and all very plain and casual. However, they a...
  • Fred and Perry

  • Fun Shops, Cards & Stationery ( Ginza )
  • This is a bit secret place! This is such a lovey stationary shop run by couples. Their display is like liburary! Around the entrance, they display antique stationaries and looks really arts!Just visi...
  • ITS'DEMO

  • Cosmetics & Beauty Supplies, Fun Shops, Cards & Stationery, Accessories ( Shinjuku )
  • It'sdemo, as it sounds, you can also spell as itsudemo, which means 'whenever' in japanese. So this shop is the one you can drop by whenever ! This shop often are located near station so you can drop...
  • Ito-ya

  • Cards & Stationery, Japanese Goods ( Ginza )
  • Ito-ya, opened in 1904, specializes in stationery. This third branch is located behind the main Ito-ya branch in Ginza and features an impressive collection of Japanese writing utensils, and other sta...
  • Kyukyodo

  • Cards & Stationery, Japanese Goods ( Ginza )
  • Ginza branch of the famed Kyoto shop (selling incense since 1663). Incense is still sold, along with Japanese stationery items like calligraphy ink and brushes, washi paper, calendars, cards, and enve...
  • Ito-ya

  • Cards & Stationery ( Ginza )
  • Ito-ya, opened in 1904, specializes in stationery. The main branch spans 11 stories and is stocked with some 150,000 products.
  • 3 TRES WG

  • Cards & Stationery, Fun Shops, Interior Design & Furniture, Souvenirs ( Akasaka )
  • A fun and fashionable selection of accessories, stationary, business goods can be found here. Primarily for men, with some products appealing to everyone.
  • Muji: Roppongi

  • Cards & Stationery, Interior Design & Furniture ( Roppongi )
  • A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all prod...
  • Plaza

  • Cards & Stationery, Fun Shops, Cosmetics & Beauty Supplies ( Ginza )
  • Formerly known as Sony Plaza, Plaza sells a wide variety of (mostly) imported items, with a focus on stationary, food (especially sweets), and cosmetics. The prices are good and the browsing is fun.
  • Nakayoshiya

  • Cards & Stationery ( Yotsuya )
  • This was a decent office supply store. It is very close to Yotsuya Station, and is not unreasonably priced, as far as office supplies go. For Sophia students, it's a nice alternative to the bookstore ...
  • Cardteria: Marunouchi

  • Cards & Stationery ( Tokyo Station )
  • This was a stationary store in the Marunouchi Building. It had a small selection of cards, but they were pretty boring overall. They had some cute cards, but not enough to make it worth the effort. Th...
  • Muji: Yurakucho

  • Cards & Stationery, Interior Design & Furniture ( Ginza )
  • A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all prod...
  • Muji: Shibuya Parco

  • Cards & Stationery ( Shibuya )
  • A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all prod...
  • 988Bet Game

  • Cards & Stationery ( Hachioji )
  • 988Bet bola terpercaya
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  • NICI

  • Kids & Infants, Cards & Stationery ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
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