The major trendsetting areas of Tokyo: Shibuya/Harajuku/Shinjuku vs Ginza/Marunouchi

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Hello, this is Taguchi, editor of the Good Luck Trip TOKYO January issue.
Tokyo is home to the trendsetting shopping areas of “Shibuya, Harajuku, and Shinjuku” and “Ginza and Marunouchi.” This month’s cover story will cover and compare the fashion, entertainment, and cuisine of these two world-famous areas of Japan’s capital. (We’ll leave it up to you to decide who won.) We’ll also introduce our favourite shops and products, special info on each area, and “Tokyo’s latest trends.”

  • Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku
  • Ginza, Marunouchi
  • Harajuku Cat Street
  • Marunouchi Naka-dori Street
Marunouchi Naka-dori Street
Moma Store

Tokyo's east side (Asakusa, Ryogoku, Monzen-Nakacho, etc.) is full of culinary experiences to be had. Let us point you in the direction of our favourite long standing restaurants, hot new ramen shops, trendy cafes, and more. We've even thrown in some info on tourist attractions in the area we think might strike your fancy.

Explore Tokyo like never before with the Toei Subway Line and Toei buses! Whether you want to experience the latest virtual reality technology at Tokyo's theme parks, check out the unique stationery-themed cafe, or search through the busy shopping districts for the perfect souvenirs, we have so many exciting spots to share with you!

If you’re looking for in-depth details on the areas around Sanrio Puroland (Keio Tama Center Station) and Yomiuri Land (Keio Yomiuri Land Station), Tokyo’s two largest theme parks, look no farther. Check out this issue and you won’t miss out on all that Tokyo has to offer!

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Good Luck Trip TOKYO January issue