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Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Explore sophisticated paper, stickers, pens, and assorted craft materials across five floors at K.ITOYA, a huge stationery store selling high quality wares. Peruse meticulously designed correspondance sets and gleaming, aerodynamic fountain pens in this stationary fetishist's dreamscape. Choose from paper stacks consisting of more colors, grades, and weights than you thought possible, and find that perfect collection of stickers to put on the front of your journal. Using our custom trip planner, Tokyo attractions like K.ITOYA can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • When you are in the Ginza this stationary store, newly built, is well-worth a stop. Take the elevator to the top floor and work your way down. Particularly attractive is the washi (traditional Japanes...  read more »
  • I thought a stationery shop in Japan the most varied. Went to buy stationery, but their was varied. Cute but more likely dumping. It is a fun place, customers crowded the cashier is going.
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  • Value products are in the basement, while the upper floors are more exclusive with high quality and high priced items (especially the pens). Never before did I ever think that one could fin so many ty...  read more »
  • Walk through the floors of this shop to discover how awesome Japanese stationery can be! Is a nice place to buy a unique souvenir from Japan. Incredibly detailed erasers in different shapes, so many pens, cards for different occasions, colored and decorated papers, pen cases, millions of stickers, post it shapes, book markers, decorated tapes. Is incredible how much can you personalize your work tools. Get a lemon soda on the first floor and enjoy!
  • Stylish, upscale, usually crowded, stationary store. You can find pens, paper, calendars and a wide variety of stationary here, but the selection is rather shallow focusing more on style and design than choice. It is a very curated shopping experience. If you are looking for choice you are better off on a regular stationary store. If you are looking for an upscale, pre-selected shopping experience you are in the right place.
  • Unlike any stationary store I have ever seen. It's a super classy spot with a massive array of goods.
  • Best stationary ever!! Take A13 exit from Ginza station. : ))
  • Amazing place, and a prime example of why Tokyo is so fantastic. Calling it a stationery shop would not be doing it justice. The largest papercraft and stuff on sale here is so well made, displaying such creative vision that it blew me away. Fantastic find!!! 5 stars :)
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