Check out Japan’s trend-setting ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE and MITSUKOSHI GINZA!

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Shinjuku and Ginza are two of the main areas where Japanese fashion trends are born! Many fashionistas make sure to check out the latest items on display at both ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE and MITSUKOSHI GINZA at the beginning of each season to check out the upcoming trends. Whether you’re looking for the latest items from a certain brand or high-quality seasonal items, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. It doesn’t matter if you’re going on a shopping spree or just window shopping, the displays are sure to boost your mood! The department stores are also extremely popular with tourists. This time, we’d like to provide you with some more details about the ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE and MITSUKOSHI GINZA. We also have some special information on a couple great deals you won’t want to miss.

ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE Main Bldg. 3F

The third floor of the ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE’s main building is particularly noteworthy. This floor houses an exciting selection of the latest items from all the world-famous mode fashion brands. You can consult the sales staff, or stylists, without hesitation if you aren't sure what styles would flatter you—they can be a great help!

GINZA MITSUKOSHI 7F

GINZA MITSUKOSHI's 7th floor features an impressive array of traditional handicrafts, jewelry, and art that just scream "Japan!" Not only are most of the items made in Japan, but many are one-of-a-kind handmade items. These aren't your average souvenirs; these items are the product of skilled craftsmen's dedication and meticulous work. We highly urge you to take a look for yourself!

Great deals! ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE Main Bldg. 6F Children’s Floor
The HYSTERIC MINI HALLOWEEN FAIR will be on until October 31. Spend 21,600 yen (tax incl.) or more and receive an original HYSTERIC MINI smartphone stand! (Up to 2 per person. While supplies last.) DIESEL is also running an anniversary campaign to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their Japanese launch. Spend 21,600 yen (tax incl.) or more and receive a “MAMESARA SET.” (While supplies last.)

Shinjuku and Ginza are both essential stops for the avid shopper. Make sure to visit both the ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE and MITSUKOSHI GINZA while you’re in the area!

ISETAN SHINJUKU STORE
Address:3-14-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours:10:30-20:00
Closed:January 1 and 2, as well as other unscheduled holidays
Accepted Cards:AMEX/Diners/JCB/Master/Visa/UnionPay

GINZA MITSUKOSHI
Address:4-6-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours:10:30-20:00
Closed:January 1 and 2, as well as other unscheduled holidays
Accepted Cards:AMEX/Diners/JCB/Master/Visa/UnionPay