All New Places to Check Out When in Tokyo Station

Stock up on their exclusives!



With the recent opening of Gransta's second phase at Tokyo Station branch last year, a lot of new establishments have popped up-from a cafe, wine bar, salon, and other specialty stores, to name a few. Some even sell limited edition products! Here are some of them:


Tokyo Station-exclusive items


Traveler's Factory Station
Notebook and paper lovers would be delighted to know that the stationery store famous for its Traveler's Factory Notebooks has a new product: the Traveler's Note Station Edition.


Traveler's Factory Note Station Edition


Trainiart Tokyo
Those who collect mugs should definitely get the newest design from the railway specialty store: a large mug with the Tokyo Station Marunouchi Station building print on it.



Tokyo Station Marunouchi Station Building Mug


Happy Socks
This socks and underwear brand from Stockholm, Sweden has a new and cute offering: a pair of socks with the Tokyo station building design.


Tokyo Station Building Design Socks


New establishments


Wine Shop Enoteca

This wine shop has a wine bar inside called Rendezvous. It features wines from all over the world and offers free trial drinks every day.



Biople by CosmeKitchen
While mainly selling beauty items, this convenience store also offers organic foods, drinks, and more.


Opening Benefits


A. 5 Crossties Coffee

Customers of this hand drip coffee shop who purchased the Single Origin Coffee got to take home a limited edition ballpen. Only the first 300 customers got to avail of this special offer.


B. Ekisora

Fifty lucky customers got this original leather tray for a minimum purchase of ¥10,800 and above.


C. Neue
These highly functional and pretty document cases were given to 100 customers with purchases of over ¥3,240.



Provided by Japan Walker™, Tokyo Walker™ (May 2017)

 

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