Beyond Shinjuku - Discover Isetan Salone
Isetan Shinjuku may quite rightly be known as our flagship, but did you know that the Isetan story continues elsewhere in Tokyo? Today allow us to introduce Isetan Salone which goes some way to completing the picture, even if there is still so much more to share.
For sightseers and shoppers in Roppongi the first Isetan Salone store is an essential visit for a carefully curated line-up of luxury womenswear for all occasions. Located in the heart of Tokyo Midtown, directly accessible from Roppongi station, the select shop boutique offers a complete line-up of fashion, shoes, bags, jewellery and watches, right down to cosmetics and fine fragrances that all aim to find a fusion between fashion and art.
Built from traditional materials including Japanese cedar and cypress, the store invites you to enjoy Japanese aesthetics and in its spacious fitting rooms offers a personal Japanese omotenashi shopping experience to all.
With a regularly rotating array of events and limited shops, you can always expect something new on your visit.
Midtown Galleria 1F/2F, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening Times: 11am-9pm
Isetan Salone Men's
A stone's throw from Tokyo station itself and close to the Imperial Palace, Isetan Salone Men's is a menswear paradise for the discerning gentlemen. Spread across three zones, the store takes in smart business attire in contemporary and classic tailoring in the Business Zone, as well as accessories, stationary and smoking paraphernalia that make a bold impression. In the Casual Zone you will find a softer side to the modern man across timeless luxury basics.
The shop space is designed in the traditional Japanese Sukiya-zukuri architectural style, built in natural wood, Japanese paper, and earth. Bathed in the soft natural lightning, you will feel in touch with Japan's four changing seasons.
Finally the Accessory and Service Zone takes care of eyewear, hats and jewellery, while also being on hand with fine fragrances, chocolates and flowers for those looking for a gift or to indulge themselves.
Shin-Tokyo Building 1F, 3-3-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Opening Times: 11am-8pm