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Harajuku

A famous hangout for the more wildly dressed, this mazelike neighborhood is known for eclectic shops tucked along winding streets. Lucky's favorite stores in Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood!

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Daikanyama

Independent boutiques flourish in this leafy, residential pocket of the city. Lucky's favorite stores in Tokyo's Daikanyama neighborhood!

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Nakameguro

In this up-and-coming shopping area, look for hip stores along a scenic, cherry-tree-lined canal. Lucky's favorite stores in Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood!

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Aoyama

Luxury is the operative word in this chic district, but the shops have a daring, experimental edge. Lucky's favorite stores in Tokyo's Aoyama neighborhood!

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Shibuya

Electrifying, energetic, and jam-packed with both people and stores, this neon-drenched area is the most well-known retail district in Tokyo. Lucky's favorite stores in Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood!

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Boutique

With its shiny crimson walls and floor, spidery black lamps, and generous use of cast-silver skulls as decor, this dramatic shop feels like Dracula's rec room. But the clothes set a different tone: striking, quite wearable pieces in rather sedate hues.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Burberry Blue Label

This sporty, youthful Burberry line is exclusive to Japan, so come here for a classic soft tote or silk scarf emblazoned with a take on the brand's signature plaid.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Beams T

The display at this high-concept T-shirt shop is mesmerizing: A mechanized dry-cleaner-like track, upon which hang tees designed by graphic artists, slowly whirs across the store's ceiling, allowing shoppers to see and contemplate each design.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Chicago

There are plenty of places where one can pay big bucks for a vintage kimono, but if, like us, you're more interested in wearing than collecting, visit secondhand store Chicago. The pickings are bountiful and in good condition, and the prices largely run under $80.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Dual

The entrance to this risk-taking shop isn't visible from the street, so look for the psychedelic mural out front. European and Brazilian designers get equal representation on the racks.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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