Itoya

Shopping Ito-ya, 3-7-1 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan Published on: 10-04-2016

10:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Shopping
Food & Spirits
Books
Local souvenir
Stores
5.00 USD

Itoya is good for

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Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Itoya is a huge, very busy Ginza stationery shop. It has temporarily relocated to a different site while its original location undergoes a complete renovation.

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Why Itoya is special ?

If you have a passion for Japanese stationery, this is your place.


Ito-ya is a nine-storey stationery shop in Ginza that's popular for its hard to find items and authentic Japanese products such as washi paper, calligraphy brushes and origami supplies.


Stationery ranks high amongst the popular souvenirs of Japan. It has long been one of Japan's most prolific industries. Japanese stationery is known for its quality and innovative products. Traditional items such as washi paper are difficult to find outside Japan.


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What to explore at Itoya?

If you just can’t get enough of stationery, this store is your happy place. The main building, which is scheduled to relocate in summer 2015, sells everyday stationery and Japanese calligraphy goods, while the annex building (K.Itoya) sells fountain pens, art tools, globes and so on, and also offers a picture-framing service.

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How to get to Itoya?

Closest Stations:

Ginza Itchome Station (3 minutes)

Ginza Station (3 minutes)

Higashi-ginza Station (5 minutes)

Yurakucho Station (7 minutes)

Takaracho Station (8 minutes)

Kyobashi Station (8 minutes)

Shintomicho Station (9 minutes)

Tsukiji Station (10 minutes)

Hibiya Station (11 minutes)

Tsukijishijo Station (13 minutes)

JR Hatchobori Station (14 minutes)

Tokyo Station (15 minutes)

Shimbashi Station (15 minutes)

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Selling points

  • Stationary Heaven
  • For pen lovers
  • Stationery Addicts Mecca
  • The best place for pen fans
  • The best place for stationery in Tokyo
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Duration
9.0 days
Estimated
1,379.63 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
28 places

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Ito-ya, 3-7-1 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

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Tips for you

  • The staff is knowledgeable, however, they can be very busy on weekends and holidays
    Service
  • It's tax free shopping so international shoppers can get their tax back if you spend the equivalent of over $100.
    Service
  • There is even a small café at the top floor with good views of Ginza Avenue
    Restaurant
  • Even though there's a cashier on every floor, you can take all your items to the bottom floor to pay.
    Experience
  • English ability: Limited English store maps on walls
    Equipment
  • Hours: Mon – Sat 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. , Sun and Holidays 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
    Timming
  • The Itoya’s main store is in the Ginza, but they have ten other stores across Tokyo and one in Osaka.
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“Stationery shopping complex! Wow!” Itoya is a Japanese chain of stationery stores with branches in several parts of Tokyo. This one in Ginza is the biggest with eight floors of paper and paper related products, pens and pencils of all sizes, colours and price levels, any Japanese calligraphy goods you imagine, art tools, globes… There is even a small café at the top floor with good views of Ginza Avenue. Even if you are not an artist it is a pleasure to wander around papers and pens, and the end you´ll buy something for sure… A good place to visit if you are in Ginza. To get there: Ginza Station (Ginza, Hibiya, Marunouchi lines), exit A13 The opening times are Mon-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-7pm

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