Hara Shobo has been in business for over 70 years, specializes in Ukiyo-e prints. Our collection ranges from affordable prints (approx. 10,000yen) to museum-quality pieces. With our broad knowledge and top-quality service, we are trusted by collectors and museum curators both in Japan and overseas.
Always a fun place to go into, always. They offered some really different items in this Loft that I must have looked over in some of the other ones. It's smaller, but still with all the fun merchandise of the bigger ones. If you're looking for something weird and off the wall for yourself or your friends, always head for the loft. Everything here is in a good budget range, with only a few thin... Read More
This place is like a convenience store for cute items containing candy, knickknacks, toys, household items, etc. Something I found awesome was a bubble wrap toy?a key chain with bubbles on it which, when pressed, make a bubble popping noise for all those addicted to playing with bubble wrap. Another neat find: towels were available folded into the shape of cupcakes and wedges of cake and topped wi... Read More
The Loft is always a place that I visit and this one wasn't any different. I was surprised how small-minded the merchandise was compared to the other Lofts. A lot of it catered to the businessman or traveler. There were some really nice suitcases in there though and a lot of stationary. I almost bought a new suitcase set for myself, since they don't make the hard plastic ones in America anymor... Read More
I love the loft, but this one is significantly smaller than all the other ones. Because of this, their selection is much smaller too. I'd rather wander my way over to the one in Shibuya, to be honest, but if you're in the area and aren't planning on going there anytime soon, this LOFT is a nice alternative. There's always fun gadgets inside for everyone.. I just can't get over how much smaller ... Read More
I love this store! Everything you need is in one giant building for your shopping pleasure. The prices vary on the product, but I found it reasonable. Every time I visit Shibuya I have to go here.
My favorite level is the basement. I found several really nice birthday cards there than came with a CD each. They only had one song on the CD, but they were really pleasant to listen to. The last... Read More
This was awesome! I wandered into this store and was immediately drawn to the stationary, stamps, and stickers. They had a huge variety of things--ranging from woman's pantyhose, to onigiri casings, to toys for children. I really enjoyed going through everything--definitely go here if you want to buy a cute gift (everything is pretty reasonably priced) or if you want something for yourself--it's l... Read More
I love this place.
The stationary section is chock full of cute stuff, i can't leave that section without buying something.
Lots of drugstore brand cosmetics, which are good quality and good price.
they have somesort of animal viewing case, usually with ridiculously cute kittens or puppies in it.
They sell lots of quirky and cute home products as well.
I went to Loft looking for a Diary and I was impressed to find a diverse collection! They have a wide range of things from stationery to household utensils; although the cost is a bit high compared to other places, the fancy designs on some of the things are definitely worth it. The place is very big, and you might get lost the first time you're there, but nonetheless, it's one of the places I kno... Read More
Loft is a good place to buy anything you need for your home with a designer's touch. The stationery and stickers and cards section is a good place to get small gifts for friends and family. The place has so much interesting and clever stuff that I actually haven't seen everything (yet) and I've been twice!
This unique quasi-department store has a lot of really fun and interesting products that make great gifts. The atmosphere is really great here, and it is a really fun shopping experience. The only thing to note is that they carry the same products as other department stores and boutiques but for much higher prices. If you know where to look, you can certainly do your window shopping here and do... Read More
Loft is a pretty fun store and a rainy day favorite. It's really big and has almost everything you could think of needing. Well... almost. It has furnishings and accesories and fun little things to play with and stationary and even toys. It's really trendy, and has a lot of things that i would probably find at a store like Urban Outfitters back in the states. A lot of the houswares have nice and f... Read More
Loft just sounds like a cool place. When you see it in person, it looks like a cool place from the outside. How refreshing to find out that it's actually cool and merits the publicity. In many ways, Loft is simply a trendy department store. It has housewares, accessories, and things of that ilk. The atmosphere really sets it apart though. The third floor has a Chinese tea shop, which is posh and s... Read More
I've heard that other Lofts are much bigger and resemble department stores, but the loft I went to, in the Maranouchi Building, is quite small and more specialized. It's a good place for travelers - it's full of interesting non-perishable foods, Japanese stationary, souvenirs (clocks, cute desk accessories), and travel gear. It's right across the street from Tokyo Station, on the 4th floor of the ... Read More
Comparatively, Loft, with three floors, is a smaller department store then some of the others, but is still an interesting place to go. At loft you will find a wide array of products from paintings to puppies, fans to wallets, and chairs to stationary. Each floor is wide open and the store has plenty of space. My favorite part was looking at all the adorable animals they had for sale; however, som... Read More