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Uniqlo Ginza, Chuo

3.9
#18 of 494 in Shopping in Tokyo
Set in a slim, 12-story, super-modern glass building, Uniqlo Ginza serves as the flagship store of this Japanese top casual wear designer, manufacturer, and retailer. With 5,000 sq m (53,819 sq ft) of retail space, this is the brand’s biggest store, beating all of Uniqlo's 1,500 other outlets in 16 countries. Set in Tokyo’s busiest boulevard, the Yamaha Ginza store offers reasonably price clothes and apparel for all ages. With fitting rooms on every floor, you can enjoy the convenience as you browse through thousands of items and check for the latest fashion or bargains. See why this shop provides Novak Djokovic’s favorite tennis outfits. For Uniqlo Ginza and beyond, use our Tokyo travel planner to get the most from your Tokyo vacation.
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  • In my humble opinion you have nothing to envy of Zara(or the inditex group)... clothes without character or color....
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  • Uniqlo in Ginza. The elevator was glazed, and I fell into the illusion that I was in a high-end department store. There were quite a few foreign tourists, and they seemed to buy UNIQLO clothes as souvenirs. I thought Uniqlo is famous and popular overseas.
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  • Disappointed with this Uniqlo shop: my expectations were to find 12 floors of different clothes, while the same items are presented again and again on different floors. I am not sure what the point is. The big Uniqlo shops in central London have much better choice of clothes and are less repetitive. Only exception: I liked very much the large display of t-shirts on the walls of one of the floors (I can’t remember which one).
  • Perhaps my expectations were too high. 12 floors of Uniqlo seemed like a god send. I've been waiting to go the the local Uniqlo in Canada but never could. The choices are pretty much all the same.
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