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Find High-Quality Japanese Souvenirs At Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs

Find High-Quality Japanese Souvenirs At Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs

Translated by Jay Issei Karslake

Written by Miku Yasuda

Tokyo 2016.11.13 Bookmark

Shibuya Hikarie is one of the elegant shopping facilities in Shibuya. ShinQs is a shopping area within Hikarie where you can find refined items made in Japan, such as interior goods, clothing, tableware, tea, food products and more!

Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs - A Refined Shopping Facility


Shibuya Hikarie is one of Tokyo's high-rise compound facilities. Within this business facility you can find ShinQs, a shopping area offering fashion goods, cosmetics made in Japan and traditional crafts, works of art, and various other products.


Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs went through a store renewal in September of 2015. They increased the amount of stores selling "MADE IN JAPAN" items and the whole shopping area was reborn as an appealing facility to both travelers and Japanese customers.

In this article, we will introduce to you five select stores where you can buy refined, high-quality items that are made in Japan.

1. Cosmetics from Kyoto at Yojiya Cosmetics


Yojiya Cosmetics is a cosmetics brand originating in Kyoto, created in 1904. Starting with its billboard product, the "oil blotting paper", they carry skincare products made with organic ingredients such as lipstick in Japan's natural colors, traditional cosmetic goods, and more.

Most of the Yojiya stores are centered in the Kyoto area. Being able to purchase Yojiya products at Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs is a great opportunity, so we warmly recommend the shop.


Yojiya's billboard product, the "oil blotting paper" (5 packs for 1,760 yen including tax). Using special Japanese paper made through a strict selection process, this blotting paper is highly appealing for its remarkable absorption strength and for how soft it feels against the skin. It's the favorite of many Japanese women because of its high quality.

Right next door there is a cafe run by Yojiya. In addition to the "Yojiya Special Cappuccino" with their logo mark, they offer food and drinks that have good effects on your health and beauty.

2. Everything Cool about Japan - Katakana


Katakana is a shop filled with items that let you feel how exciting Japan is.

By just looking at the containers made in Japan, at the leather goods, toys, hand towels, and the many other products in the store, you will find yourself in a fun mood. Items with designs of Mt. Fuji and sumo wrestling seem to be especially popular among travelers.


This product with a cute design is a "Mt. Fuji Tissue Case" (1,620 yen including tax). There are several other items with Mt. Fuji as a motif. How about taking one home as a souvenir from Japan?

3. Japanese Lifestyle Goods at CLASKA Gallery and Shop "DO"


CLASKA Gallery and Shop "DO" is a shop that carries a wide variety of interior items, traditional Japanese crafts and designs, as well as miscellaneous goods that you can use in everyday life.


For example, this "rabbit container" (3,780 yen including tax) is a cute container you can use to store soy sauce or other condiments. It's made through the traditional Japanese craft specific to Arita ware.

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This crane lidded pottery (2,700 yen including tax) is also Arita ware and is an elegant item you can use to store small objects.

4. Cotton Fabrics Gentle on the Skin - Native Cotton by


Native Cotton by is a store specialized in clothing items made of cotton textiles, gathering some of Japan's superior quality cotton products. The store is lined with items such as room wear, inner wear, and towels that come into direct contact with the skin. The unique feature of these products is that a great amount of care is put into the steps of weaving, processing and sewing.


The shop has an established reputation not just for its materials, but also for its designs that give you a warm feeling. All the items can be worn regardless of age, making them ideal as souvenirs.

5. Find Japan's Delicious Foods at Kuze Fuku

You can purchase high quality food products made in Japan at "Kuze Fuku". They carry many types of seasonings, frozen foods, snacks, and counter goods from various regions, which have been loved since long ago.


One of their popular products, Yame roasted tea herb tea (518 yen including tax), is a mix of Japanese roasted tea with lavender and chamomile. Don't worry if you're not sure how to make Japanese tea. All you have to do is add hot water.

In Conclusion

Shibuya Hikarie is lined with many high-quality products made in Japan. It is of course a very appealing store for Japanese customers too, and many people look for daily use goods here. This is another reason to consider Hikarie as the place to find items that are bound to stay in your heart as memories of Japan.

There is also a duty free counter on the 3rd basement floor basement. If you have made duty free purchases, stop by here.

*All images in this article have been provided by Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs.

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Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs
Address: Tokyo, Shibuya ward, Shibuya 2-21-1
Hours: 10:00 - 21:00
Closed: January 1st
Wi-fi: B3F - 8F, 11F. (Connection time is 30 minutes at a time for free Wi-Fi.)
Credit cards: TOP card/JCB card/VISA card/UC card?DC card/UFJ Nikosu card/Diners Club card/American Express card/CUP card
[3rd floor basement service counter] Two English speaking staff (always one person)
[2nd/3rd floor basement, food items floor] One Chinese person (Only when they're at work)
[3rd floor basement duty free counter] One English speaking staff (Only when they're at work)
Menu in other languages: Yes
Most accessible station: Shibuya Station (渋谷駅)
Access: Exit 15 of Shibuya Station for Tokyu Toyoko line, Denetoshi line, Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin line. Connected to the second floor passageway of Shibuya Station for JR lines, Tokyo Metro Ginza line, and Keiyo Inokashira line.
Price range: -
Religion: -
Phone number: +81-3-3461-1090
Official Website: Shibuya Hikarie ShinQs

Yojiya Cosmetics
Hours: 10:00 - 21:00 ( The cafe is open weekdays 8:00 - 21:00)
Closed: January 1st
Languages: None
Menu in other languages: Available for some products (English, Chinese, Korean, Thai)
Phone number: +81-3-6434-1508
Official Website: Yojiya Cosmetics

Hours: 10:00 - 21:00
Closed: January 1st
Languages: None
Menu in other languages: None
Phone number: +81-3-6434-1626
Official Website: Katakana

CLASKA Gallery and Shop "DO"
Hours: 10:00 - 21:00
Closed: January 1st
Languages: one English speaking staff (only when they're at work)
Menu in other languages: None
Phone number: +81-3-6434-1663
Official Website: CLASKA Gallery and Shop "DO"

Native Cotton by
Hours: 10:00 - 21:00
Closed: January 1st
Languages: None
Menu in other languages: None
Phone number: +81-3-6427-5720
Official Website: Native Cotton by

Kuze Fuku
Hours: 10:00 - 21:00
Closed: January 1st
Languages: None
Menu in other languages: None
Phone number: +81-3-6427-5782
Official Website: Kusefuku store

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The information presented in this article is based on the time it was written. Note that there may be changes in the merchandise, services, and prices that have occurred after this article was published. Please contact the facility or facilities in this article directly before visiting.

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