2020/06/03 (Wed) Japanese Tips

Furniture and Interior Shopping in Tokyo and Online

When coming to a new country even getting an extra bedside table or storage solutions can be a challenge.

Whether you need some extra furniture & interior or are transitioning to an unfurnished apartment lease, we collected a few of the most famous stores and options for you.

Store List

IKEA

IKEA, the Swedish furniture giant known for it’s Scandinavian furniture can also be found in Japan. Here you can get most of the products that are offered internationally and also get your fill of meatballs and hot dogs.

Location:

various locations in and around Tokyo. There will be a new store opening in Harajuku, just across from Harajuku Station on June 8th, 2020:

Address: 1-14-30 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

 

Opening Hours:

11:00 – 20:00 (depending on store)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.ikea.com/jp/en/

Online Store language:

Japanese, English

Shipping:

Yes

NITORI

NITORI is a Japanese furniture and home accessories retail company and the biggest chain in Japan.

Location:

various locations in and around Tokyo, the closet to our office is located in Takashimaya Times Square:

Address: 5-24-2 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Takashimaya Times Square South Building 1F-5F

 

Opening Hours:

10:00-20:30 (as of June 3rd, 2020, depending on store)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.nitori-net.jp/ec/

Online Store language:

Japanese

Shipping:

Yes, free over 7,000 JPY

MUJI

MUJI, the Japanese retail company selling a wide variety of household and consumer goods is known for their minimalist style. They also sell some furniture and great storage solutions.

Location:

various locations in and around Tokyo, close to our office in Shinjuku there is following:

Address: 3-17-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 1600022 Isamiya Building B1-3F

Opening Hours:

11:00 – 21:00 (depending on store)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.muji.com/jp/ja/store

Online Store language:

Japanese

Shipping:

Yes, free over 5,000 JPY, small items 500 JPY

ZARA HOME

Zara Home is a company that belongs to the Spanish Inditex group dedicated to the manufacturing of home textiles.

Location:

various locations in and around Tokyo, one of the most central ones can be found in Minato-ku:

Address: Tokyo, Minato City, Minamiaoyama, 5 Chome−1−22, Aoyama Rise Square, 1F

Opening Hours: 

11:00 – 20:00 (depending on store)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.zarahome.com/jp/en/

Online Store language:

Japanese, English

Shipping:

Yes, free over 6,990 JPY

Tokyo Lease Corporation

Tokyo Lease Corporation was the first company renting furniture in Tokyo, founded in 1969. They also sell new and used furniture.

Location: 

Showroom in Minato-ku:

Address: 1-9-7, Azabudai , Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041 Japan

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Friday : 9:00 -18:00
  • Saturdays, Holidays: 10:00-18:00
  • Sundays: Closed

Online Store:

Yes https://www.furniture-rental-tokyo.com/

Online Store language:

Japanese, French, English

Shipping:

Yes

salut!/ PAL CLOSET

salut! belongs to the PAL Group a Japanese retail company. While PAL CLOSET mainly focuses on fashion, the salut! branch is dedicated to furniture, interior goods etc. 

Location:

There are several locations in and around Tokyo, the closest to our office in Shinjuku is located in Sasazuka:

Address: Frente Sasazuka 1F, 1-47-1 Sasazuka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0073

Opening Hours:

10:00-20:00 (depending on store)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.palcloset.jp/salut/

Online Store language:

Japanese

Shipping:

Yes, free over 5,000 JPY

Rigna

The Japanese furniture retailer Rigna offers a broad range of products under their vision “Creating a space that excites the world”.

Location:

Address: Yubinbango104-0033 , Chuo-ku, Tokyo Shinkawa 1-9-3 Rigunaterasu Tokyo

 

Opening Hours:

11:00-19:00 (as of June 3rd, 2020 normal business on weekdays and reservation system on weekends and holidays)

Online Store:

Yes https://www.rigna.com/

Online Store language:

Japanese

Shipping:

Yes, free over 10,000 JPY

Amazon.co.jp

Let’s not forget about Amazon, the place where you can get almost everything. Amazon Japan also offers partial English language support, but the descriptions might only be available in Japanese.

Online Store:

Yes https://www.amazon.co.jp/

Online Store language:

Japanese, (partial) English

Shipping:

Yes

Recycle Shops

Another great option on a budget are so-called recycle shops. They are very popular in Japan and sell use items from clothes over books to electronic devices and even furniture. One big chain is HARD OFF and the stores called OFF HOUSE also sell furniture.

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