Odakyu Department Store is a large department store connected to Shinjuku Station and has two basement floors as well as 14 floors above ground. It has one of the largest cosmetics sections of all Tokyo department stores, bringing together 50 renowned global and Japanese brands. Visitors will also find a wide range of stores selling popular accessories, luxury fashion brands, male fashion items, and even a Sanrio store for children. In addition, its "depa-chika" (the basement floors of a department store) is always very busy thanks to its variety of delicatessens and popular Japanese and Western-style confections. On the 1st floor, there is an information desk for foreign visitors, and an interpretation service and a shopping attendant service are provided in English and Chinese languages. The tax-free processing desk is located on the 2nd floor.
HALC is home to electronics retailer Bic Camera as well as a selection of sports and fashion stores.
Find travel-friendly fashion at HALC Sports, located between the 1st floor underground and the 2nd floor above ground, or search for a cutting-edge camera with which to capture good memories of your trip at Bic Camera, located between the 2nd and 6th floors.
At Mylord, there are around 100 stores specializing in the female fashion and accessories for teens and people in their twenties, and the range of attractive items available here is almost limitless. In addition, Mosaic Street, which connects the West Exit and the South Exit, has a series of stores favored by fashionistas - this is definitely a fun place to explore.
With its selection of stores including major music retailer Tower Records, outdoor brand OSHMAN´S, and many other renowned youth fashion brands, Flags is a top destination for the fashionable youth of Tokyo.
Tokyu Hands gathers many of the finest goods and design items. You may be able to find some unusual unique Japanese products here.
The Appeal of Shopping in Shinjuku
In the area between the West Exit and the South Exit of Shinjuku Station, there is a shopping district called Terrace City, which is operated by the Odakyu Group and features Odakyu HALC, Odakyu Department Store, Mosaic Street, Mylord, Southern Terrace, and Hotel Century Southern Tower. Visitors can enjoy vibrant shopping with hotel and gourmet dining experiences, luxury brands, casual fashion and consumer electronics. Shinjuku is home to many popular retailers that are consistently noted in Japanese tourism guidebooks, such as electronics retailers, drugstores, Muji and UNIQLO. There is nothing that you cannot buy in Shinjuku.
Dried Fish (himono) and Fish Cake (kamaboko)
In Enoshima-jinja shrine, a variety of charms (Omamori) can be found. There are many different charms for good fortune, harmonious relationships and wealth, or even the health and well-being of pets. Along the shrine approach, there are shops offering Japanese traditional crafts and seafood, and you will also find a gift shop in the Sea Candle.
Komachi-dori Street located close to Kamakura Station is always very busy with tourists purchasing souvenirs. You can find many miscellaneous Japanese goods and stylish articles.
Mt. Fuji & Fuji Five Lakes
The government designated roadside stations Michi No Eki located throughout Japan are popular tourist spots filled with local produce, souvenirs and gourmet foods. The famous roadside station at Ito Marine Town has the distinction of having been chosen as the "most desirable roadside station" in a ranking organized by a renowned publisher. You will also find a cafe overlooking the Sunrise Marina.