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Uniqlo: Ikebukuro Clothing / Ikebukuro

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Uniqlo is an apparel maker selling casual-wear in a low price. Jeans, sweatshirts, T-shirts, knitwear, and many more are available. They are all designed simply and various bold colors are available. Back when Uniqlo just opened, it was more known for cheap prices than its designs. However, improvements in quality of materials, and stylish advertisement collaborating with famous artists, musicians and designers, gained popularity among young people. A similar brand would be Gap, but the products are stocked in huge amount. Over 700 stores are opened in Japan.

Categories Clothing
Nearest Station Ikebukuro
Address 1-26-9 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5958-4537
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours 10:00am-9:30pm

4 Reviews for Uniqlo: Ikebukuro

  • Uniqlo: Ikebukuro
  • (2020-10-19)

  • Uniqlo: Ikebukuro
  • (2020-09-06)

  • Uniqlo
  • (2009-06-30)
  • This is a great place to buy cute clothes. I absolutely fell in love with this place, partly because of its wonderfully bold colors and styles, and partly because of its cheap prices. I bought a cardigan and a really cute shawl type thing over here, and I also bought some really cool, hipster t-shirts for my brother. I also really like their skirts; they're quite cute. This is very much a cross be... Read More

  • Uniqlo: Ikebukuro
  • (2008-07-19)
  • Uniqlo is a really good place to buy basics and the color choices are really good. Mostly it's cotton knits and jeans. Also, they have a lot of anime inspired graphic tees (and other great graphic tees, non anime) though i'm not sure which shows they're based off of. Tetsuwan Atom is the only one I knew. Anyhow, the boys and girls clothes are really cute and i think that girls can easily find s... Read More

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  • Uniqlo: Ginza
  • (2009-05-25)
  • An up and coming Japanese clothing store. With stores all over Tokyo, Uniqlo is a great destination for most of your clothing needs. Most styles come in a large variety of bright colors and the clothes are made to fit well. Most things are well priced, girl sweaters are around 1000 yen and skirts around 2000. I hear the men's section is just as extensive as well priced as womens. This is my first ... Read More

  • Uniqlo: Ginza
  • (2008-12-11)
  • I was surprised to find a Uniqlo in the Ginza area, as it somehow doesn't seem to fit Ginza's image. But this is one of the larger branches in Tokyo. There are 3 floors and the lay-out of the store makes it easier to find what you are looking for. This store also has more variety than most.

  • Uniqlo: Shinjuku
  • (2008-12-11)
  • This is one of the smaller Uniqlo branches. It still has all the essentials but it is unbelievably crowded at all times. The unfortunate thing is that the line up for the fitting rooms usually take up the back wall of the store so you can't access the jeans section.

  • Uniqlo: Ginza
  • (2008-11-16)
  • Uniqlo is Japanese version of GAP or H&M.They used to do the business outskirts from the city, however due to the massive hit with their fleece, now you can find the shop anywhere in Town. This shop is trying to be quite posh and stylish because of the location, in Ginza. I do not buy uniqlo cloth that much, but really recoomend thier room wear and underwears. They have good range of Camisole, ... Read More

  • Uniqlo: Ikebukuro Sunshine City
  • (2008-04-22)
  • My friend called Uniqlo the GAP of Japan and I’d have to say that he’s right. These clothes are simple and classic for everyday wear and for combining with other outfits. While this shop is only a small, one story outlet compared to the large one in nearby Ikebukuro, it still has a large variety of clothes for men, women, and children. Something to look for among the racks are items are sale... Read More

  • Uniqlo: Shibuya
  • (2007-12-28)
  • I was once a die-hard Gap/Old Navy/Banana Republic patron. Until I found Uniqlo in Japan. Most if not all of my casual wear has been replaced by Uniqlo garb. One of the key reasons is the premium quality cotton used and the incredible prices which undercut next door neighbor megastore GAP. I bet on any given day, Uniqlo shoppers outnumber GAP 3:1, and I believe that pisses the hell out of GAP ... Read More

  • Uniqlo: Ginza
  • (2007-11-23)
  • Uniqlo is very popular in Japan, and, I've heard, making inroads into the U.S. via New York. For good reason: Uniqlo is a cheerful, cheap, good quality clothing store. I've bought good quality business shirts there for less than 3,000 yen! This summer Uniqlo came out with a nice line of cool max, hot weather business clothing, which has been slowly replacing my American wardrobe. Be careful though... Read More
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