Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Journal Standard
You're sure to find what you're looking for at this bohemian store.
Tila March
If you're looking for gorgeously soft leather handbags, then this is the place to be.
Note et Silence
Womenswear with a twist.
Tod’s
Handmade shoes at this iconic building.
Maruzen
Thousands upon thousands of books - we guarantee you won't ever be bored.
Tsumori Chisato
Crazy patterns are this designer's trademark.
Cow Books
Out-of-print art and design titles in a charming store.
Wako
This classy department store is sure to have what you're looking for.
NUNO
Stunning textile designs.
Armani
Traditional yet stylish designs by this eponymous fashion house.
Matsuya
All the major Japanese labels in one store.
Estnation
Upmarket designs for Tokyo's fashion-conscious.
Shinanoya
Ideal if you're looking to take some super-strong sake home.
Casper’s
Affordable artwork in a beautiful gallery.
Cibone
Interior furnishings and home accessories.
Dressterior
Simple and timeless accessories.
Sony
Looking to buy a robot?!
Musubi
Intricate fabric designs and traditional Japanese styles.
Kyukyodo
Washi paper and incense sold here.
Bibliophile
Everything you could ask for when looking for a holiday treat.
Le Chocolat de H
A chocolate lovers delight.
Wacoal Dia
Upmarket classy lingerie.
Toraya
Oriental Bazaar
Cheap and cheerful souvenirs.
Ito-Ya
Nine storeys of stationary heaven.
Chicago
Vintage clothing mecca with a wide range of stock.
Mitsukoshi
Sweet treats to be found in this department store.
Facial Index New York
Take your pick from the hundreds of spectacles on offer here.
Japan Sword
Harbouring secret samurai aspirations?
Kinokuniya
With everything from books to newspapers, this is the perfect place to pick up a good read.
Yodobashi Camera
Gadgets galore. It is Tokyo, after all.
Hatago International
A temple to air travel.
Postalco
Top quality bags and leather.
Siige
Something out of the ordinary: specialty clothes from Finland.
Margaret Howell Lifestyle Shop
Ideal for both shopping and a tea break.
Matsuzakaya
Perfect for beauty products.
Yurakucho Marui
Outlets of every kind.
Isetan
A traditional store where you'll find everything you need.
Asakusa
A street devoted to selling all things kitchen related.
Prada

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