Check out some tips on the latest "Tokyo style" by GAP staff in Tokyo.

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When you buy clothes in Japan, don’t go home without taking "Tokyo style" with you. In this article shop staff from Tokyo GAP will show you how to style yourself, in the Tokyo way, using the world famous American casual brand GAP.

In the year 1969 GAP started as a select shop, selling jeans and records in San Francisco. Many people appreciated its high quality and good designs. This has enabled GAP to expand to over 4,000 locations all over the world.

Tip1: Denim style

This spring, the Tokyo trend is to express yourself in a sophisticated yet playful way by combining denim tops and denim bottoms, or by adding vivid colour as an accent when coordinating.

Tip 2: Logo style

The Tokyo way is to layer a logo pull over under a denim jacket or layer a logo pull over on top of a denim shirt. GAP has many colour variations. Why don’t you try matching clothes with your friends? It’s a popular fashion trend among Japanese students in Tokyo!

Don’t miss out on 4 tricks at GAP

1. Multi lingual support
Enjoy shopping care free!
At GAP we have staff who can speak English, Chinese or Korean. They wear language badges, so when you need help, feel free to ask them!

Show us your passport at the register, and get an additional 10% off your purchase!Please check shop listings by using our FIND A STORE page for locations with

3. Tourists-Only Give away
Show your passport and spend over ¥8,888 to get a limited edition GAP logo SENSU (folding fan)! Starts Feb 1 only at the following 5 locations: Ginza, Harajuku, Shibuya, Shinjuku FLAGS, Aqua City Odaiba. This offer is good as long as stocks last, so go early enough to make sure you get yours!

4. Multi lingual website
You can easily search for GAP stores in Japan in English, Chinese (traditional and simplified) and Korean on GAP’s FIND A STORE function on the GAP website.

【Main shops】

Address:4-2-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Business hours:(Sat, Sun & Holidays: 10:00 - 21:00)

Address: 1-14-27 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Business hours:10:00 - 21:00

Address:3F Aqua City Odaiba, 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Business hours:11:00 - 21:00