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I was only there to shop idly and pick up what I could take back with me in a suitcase, but I wish I could have bought reams of their absolutely gorgeous wrapping paper which came in rich colors across the color spectrum. They stock...More
If you're a fan of stationery and paper products, this is the place for you!
This traditional stores has 2 floors, first floor for stationery, paper arts and souvenir. Second floor incense and incense holders. Most of the products are handmade and really made as...More
Loved the fact that Kyukyodo specialised in paper products, so I HAD to stop by. It was very crowded, but had an excellent selection of notebooks, cards, and souvenirs. What I found most interesting was the second floor, where there were lots of incense options,...More
When I am in Tokyo, I have to go here. Always buy my paper based souvenirs from here or their shop in Solamachi (as this time). It is of the very best quality. I like to buy cards, decorated paper, trinket boxes, stationery trays and...More
This store sells very high quality Japanese printed paper , cards and stationary using the more traditional Japnese style images.it is not cheap but if you want something that is truly Japanese and high quality visit here. it is opposite the Nissan gallery and Ginza...More
You are find all kinds of decorated paper and paper products on sale here. Very exquisite. On the second floor are traditional stationary sets like paint brush and ink blocks.
An art exhibition was being held on the third and fourth when we were there....More
Been to Tokyo 5 times and spent money here 5 times. It has a lovely selection of washi (paper), cards, pens, handicrafts, nik-naks and ornaments.
My favourite pieces from here were a lovely floating geisha ornament and a paperweight with an origami crane inside. The...More
If you're intrested in washi and japanese stationery ,you should visit here.
They have so much beautiful ones.
Kyukyudo is a stationary shop with long history and tradition, and you'll find all the Japanese traditional washi, handcrafts, calligraphy stuff and stationary.
Can buy Japanese traditional stationary such as Washi note, paper, envelop, writing brush etc. Located in the center of Ginza, one of the oldest shops. Love the smell of the shop. Most of time, they have Japanese calligraphy exhibition in the gallery upstairs. Free entrance.
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular