What we love…
- Extremely low prices on a huge variety of well made basics that are always on trend.
- Uniqlo does multiple collaborations with young designers to keep their collections fresh each season, often with bold prints and trend focused color dominating the clean white space.
- The range is huge—we're talking twelve levels at this Ginza flagship—with product broken out into separate trends and mini collections based on key seasonal styles. The store was designed by the ever popular Wonderwall’s Masamichi Katayama, the mastermind behind successful retail locations such as Colette in Paris, and Tokyo's own A Bathing Ape, so you know the shopping experience will be top notch.
- Uniqlo's slogan is 'made for all,' and it really rings true. There is a section for everyone, men, women, and children, and with prices this low you can literally buy a seasons worth of core basics and not deplete your savings. Plus the core products never change, so if you love the fit of their basic scoop tee you'll be able to go back season after season to replenish your stock.
- Small items are packaged in hermetically sealed bags meaning that your clothes haven't been manhandled by the masses, this is fantastic if you're traveling and are in desperate need of a clean pair of underwear.
- Don't miss the tee gallery that boasts floor to ceiling t-shirts from the UT Uniqlo line. Here you'll find fun graphic t-shirts featuring designs from popular artists, and up-and-coming designers. There's also a selection that feature beloved characters from your favorite Japanese and American cartoons.
- The flagship building is situated next to COMME des GARÇONS' Dover Street Market concept shop, and can be accessed from inside Uniqlo on the higher levels—just one more reason to check out this amazing retail store.