Shibuya 109 tokyo

Located right across from Shibuya station (one of Tokyo’s busiest stations), 109 is one of the most popular fashion destinations for teens and women in their 20s. Opened in April 1979, 109 was first intended for fashion stores targeting women in their late 20s to 30s. As Shibuya district became popular among younger generations, 109 also evolved to focus on those younger shoppers. Now there are over 100 retail stores inside of 109 building from 2 underground floors to 8th floor, featuring Japan’s hottest fashion for women. No matter what your fashion taste is, from casual street fashion to cute & sweet looks, you can surely find what you’re looking for by visiting 109.

Boys, no need to feel left out – there’s also Shibuya 109 Men’s within a walking distance, featuring top fashion retail stores for young men.

Just as fast as the change in trends for youth fashion and culture, 109 is constantly opening new stores and holding events throughout the year. You can check out its website and follow the store on Facebook, both of which are constantly updated with store and event information.

Stores in 109 are open from 10 am to 9 pm, and café and restaurants are open from 11 am to 10 pm. Closed on New Year’s Day only.

109 also offers online shop for those who want to enjoy the same top fashion from comfort of your home.

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4 Responses

  1. Sciencer says:

    I guess this building is a hangout of Japanese “gal” like Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, right?? I’d like to see such “kawaii” girls here.

  2. meg says:

    I saw many cute and fashionable Japanese girls here. Inside of the building was filled with cool outfits and girls.

  3. Mark says:

    This building, I guess, is a source to send information about young girl’s fashion. You can see many young japanese girls here.

  4. haramin says:

    I saw a lot of japanese girl there at new year fes.

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