[Tokyo] Large-Scale Shops With a Rich Assortment! 5 of the 100 Yen Shops in Japan You Should Definitely Try

100 yen shops, where high-quality items can be purchased for a reasonable price. This article will showcase five large-scale 100 yen shops in Tokyo with an ample assortment of items. Each of them can be accessed easily, so you should pay a visit!

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1. Can Do Seibu Shinjuku Pepe Branch (Shinjuku)

The shop is located on the 8th floor of the SEIBU SHINJUKU PePe shopping center, which si directly connected to Seibu-Shinjuku Station. Since the shop occupies the whole floor, it is very spacious and it has an outstanding product lineup. The shop is open until 10:00 pm, so you can enjoy shopping even after sightseeing for the whole day! Other than from Seibu-Shinjuku Station, it can also be reached in 2 minutes from Shinjuku-nishiguchi Station on the Toei Oedo Line, or 5 minutes from Shinjuku Station, making the shop extremely easy to access.

2. Seria Shinjuku Marui Annex Branch (Shinjuku)

This shop is also located in Shinjuku, on the 4th floor of the Shinjuku Marui Annex, which is within a 2-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line. It can also be reached easily within a 6-minute walk from the Central East Entrance of Shinjuku Station. Seria is a 100 yen shop with a reputation of being very fashionable, but this branch in particular seems to be the favorite of many fans. A wide variety of items can be found in this spacious and refined store, including useful goods for the kitchen, interior decor, stationery, and even craft and hobby items.

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3. Daiso Arcakit Kinshicho Branch (Kinshicho)

This is one of the largest 100 yen shops in the city. This Daiso is located on the 7th floor of the Arcakit Kinshicho shopping center, beside the North Exit of JR Kinshicho Station. The area of the store, which occupies the whole floor, is a whopping 3,300 sq.m.! More than 50,000 items are sold in this store, which boasts an overwhelming assortment of goods. The shop also houses the first Wa (traditional Japanese style) themed concept store, called Wanawana KURASHI, which offers many traditional miscellaneous goods that make good souvenirs.

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4. Daiso DECKS Tokyo Beach Branch (Odaiba)

The DECKS Tokyo Beach is a multipurpose facility where visitors can enjoy many attractions, from shopping to a popular theme park. Daiso is located on the 4th floor of the Island Mall, the closest to the station among the two buildings that make up the facility. The shop occupies more than half of the whole floor and a wide variety of items can be found on the shelves, from everyday objects to cute and unique goods. The shop can be reached easily within a 2-minute walk from Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome or within a 5-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line.


5. Can Do Wanza Ariake Branch (Ariake)

This large-scale Can Do is located on the 2nd floor of the East Wing of the TFT Bldg., which houses many offices. Because of this location, the shop offers plenty of stationery goods, drinks, and food such as sweets and snacks. In addition, it also sells a wide variety of items for daily use, interior decor items, and miscellaneous goods. Its location is easily accessible within a minute\'s walk from Tokyo Big Sight Station on the Yurikamome, or within a 5-minute walk from Kokusai-tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line.

There are many 100 yen shops all over the country, however Can Do, Seria, and Daiso are the leading brands in the market. Among the countless shops they have in the city, these large-scale ones are the ones that are the most recommended.

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The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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