Five Great Sneaker Stores in Tokyo 

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Photo: Nike Harajuku

Are you planning on visiting Tokyo soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers? These are some great stores to expand your sneaker collection and maybe even find that limited pair you were hoping for.  

Nike Harajuku  

Photo: Nike Harajuku

This store has the best Nike shopping experience you can have. Besides the fact that they have a wide selection of sneakers, gear, apparel and basketball shoes, there is also the availability of in-store Nikeid. This means that customers can customize the articles from within the store. 

1 Chome-13-12 Jingumae 

Sneaker Shop Skit Tokyo Kichijoji 

Photo: Sneaker Shop Skit Tokyo Kichijoji

This is not an ordinary sneaker store, but a place where customers try to find their next great vintage sneakers. The store consists of about 16.000 shoes that are wrapped in plastic, waiting to be found by their next owner. Right now, the shop has several stores throughout Japan, but their flagship store remains in Tokyo.  

D-Asset Kichijoji 1F 

Worm 

Photo: Worm

This is not your ordinary sneaker store, as they do not have your ‘run of the mill’ shoes, but a quite different selection than most people are used to. Besides that, the store has several legend basketball shoes; these range from more ordinary legends to legends you would not expect. For example, they have shoes from Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Penny Hardaway and Charles Barkley. Most rare sneakers in the store are Nike’s or Jordan’s, but other brands are starting to find their place in the store as well. 

3-2-19 Nakameguro 

Adidas Originals Flagship Store 

Photo: Adidas Originals Flagship Store

This is one of the Flagship stores of Adidas, other flagship stores of the brand are in Berlin and New York. There is a wide range of different models for customers to choose from. Furthermore, if you’re lucky, you can find several limited edition shoes.

5-17-4 Jingumae 

Sportslab by Atmos 

Photo: Sportslab by Atmos

This store is designed with a streetgym in mind, where sports and casual wear cross path. There are several different brands available in the store, but Nike has the overhand. 

 Shinjuku 4-1-1-1F

Photo: Nike Harajuku

Are you planning on visiting Tokyo soon? And do you need some inspiration on where to get your next sneakers? These are some great stores to expand your sneaker collection and maybe even find that limited pair you were hoping for.  

Nike Harajuku  

Photo: Nike Harajuku

This store has the best Nike shopping experience you can have. Besides the fact that they have a wide selection of sneakers, gear, apparel and basketball shoes, there is also the availability of in-store Nikeid. This means that customers can customize the articles from within the store. 

1 Chome-13-12 Jingumae 

Sneaker Shop Skit Tokyo Kichijoji 

Photo: Sneaker Shop Skit Tokyo Kichijoji

This is not an ordinary sneaker store, but a place where customers try to find their next great vintage sneakers. The store consists of about 16.000 shoes that are wrapped in plastic, waiting to be found by their next owner. Right now, the shop has several stores throughout Japan, but their flagship store remains in Tokyo.  

D-Asset Kichijoji 1F 

Worm 

Photo: Worm

This is not your ordinary sneaker store, as they do not have your ‘run of the mill’ shoes, but a quite different selection than most people are used to. Besides that, the store has several legend basketball shoes; these range from more ordinary legends to legends you would not expect. For example, they have shoes from Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Penny Hardaway and Charles Barkley. Most rare sneakers in the store are Nike’s or Jordan’s, but other brands are starting to find their place in the store as well. 

3-2-19 Nakameguro 

Adidas Originals Flagship Store 

Photo: Adidas Originals Flagship Store

This is one of the Flagship stores of Adidas, other flagship stores of the brand are in Berlin and New York. There is a wide range of different models for customers to choose from. Furthermore, if you’re lucky, you can find several limited edition shoes.

5-17-4 Jingumae 

Sportslab by Atmos 

Photo: Sportslab by Atmos

This store is designed with a streetgym in mind, where sports and casual wear cross path. There are several different brands available in the store, but Nike has the overhand. 

 Shinjuku 4-1-1-1F

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