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Greater Tokyo Outlet Shopping

  • 2017-02-27 (月) 18:08


Everybody loves a bargain. Especially here in Japan, where paying for retail goods can be high for imported items. So here we list several American-style outlet shopping malls, where a wide assortment of goods are sold at outlet or discounted prices.  Many of them are easily accessible by train, while others offer direct bus services from the center of town.


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1. Venus Fort

Access: Tokyo Teleport Station

Hours: 11:00 am-9:00 pm (shops), 11:00 am-11:00 pm (restaurants)

Website: https://www.venusfort.co.jp/multi/index_e.html

Unlike the other malls featured here, Venus Fort is actually located in a relatively downtown part of Tokyo. This also makes it a lot smaller and more compact compared to the other outlets. It doesn’t have its shops lined in an open-air plaza, and is actually part of a regular shopping mall complete with regular stores and entertainment options. The 3rd floor, which is the Venus Outlet, has about 50 shops such as Levi’s, Franc France, Beams and other fashion brands. Located in Odaiba, it is easily accessible on the Rinkai train line, and is a short ride from Osaki station.


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2. Grandberry Mall

Access: Minami-Machida Station

Hours: 11:00 am-8:00 pm (shops), 11:00 am-11:00 pm (restaurants) (Note: hours may vary per shop)

Website: http://www.grandberrymall.com/

About 40 minutes away from Shibuya, Grandberry Mall is located at Minami-Machida Station. The shopping mall is separated into four areas: Freshberry Market, which is comprised of cafes and restaurants; Home Life Garden; Oasis Square; and Outlet Shops. The mall’s selection include big names such as Gap, Nike, Urban Research, and Adidas. In addition there is a movie theater and a playground (for the bored and restless).


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3. Mitsui Outlet Park

Access: Torihama Station (Yokohama Bayside), Minami-Osawa Station (Tama Minami-Osawa), Iruma Station (Iruma), Kaihin-Makuhari Station (Makuhari), 10 mins by bus from Sodegaura Station (Kisarazu)

Hours: 10:00 am-8:00 pm (shops), restaurant hours vary per location

Website: http://www.31op.com/kisarazu/english/

Mitsui Outlet Park is actually a chain of outlet malls around Japan in locations mentioned above (for the greater Tokyo area). While all of them are quite large, the Kisarazu and Iruma outlets are notable for being some of the largest in the Kanto area. The Mitsui outlet malls have a wide selection of Japanese and foreign brands.


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4. Shisui Premium Outlets

Access: Direct bus from Narita Airport or 15- to 20-minute bus ride from Shisui Station (JR or Keisei Line)

Hours: 10:00 am-8:00 pm (closed during the third Thursday of February)

Website: http://www.premiumoutlets.co.jp/en/shisui/

Just like Premium Outlet brand from the US, there are Premium Outlet malls here in Japan. Shisui Premium Outlets opened in 2013 and, considering its proximity to Narita Airport, attracts many foreign customers. The mall has 180 shops and features both Japanese and international brands. Due to its close proximity to the airport, there is a special program called the Narita Transit Program, which entitles those spending a layover in Narita to a souvenir and discount coupon, and additional coupons for tourists.


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5. LakeTown Outlet

Access: Koshigaya LakeTown Station, Saitama

Hours: 10:00 am-8:00 pm

Website: http://laketown-outlet.jp/

Part of the Aeon group, the LakeTown Outlet in Saitama is part of the Aeon LakeTown development. Located (as its name purports) by the lake, the development is surrounded by nature. The outlet mall has only 2 floors, but they provide a variety of Japanese and foreign brands, including ASICS, Keyuca, and Coach.


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6. Gotemba Premium Outlets

Access: Free shuttle bus from Gotemba Station; direct buses available from Shinagawa Station; bus rides from Shinjuku and Tokyo Station also available

Hours: 10:00 am-8:00 pm (March-November), 10:00 am-7:00 pm (December-February)

Website: http://www.premiumoutlets.co.jp/en/gotemba/

Another Premium Outlet brand offering, Gotemba Premium Outlets is located in a town near Mt. Fuji. This is the flagship branch of the Premium Outlets chain, and it houses a total of  210 shops. There’s also a Ferris wheel, a cinema, and a kiddie playland on its premises. Like the Shisui Premium Outlets, it also offers additional discounts to foreign visitors.


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