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K.ITOYA, Chuo
(4.5/5 based on 150+ 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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  • If you try the multicolored paper heart danced ✧ many gadgets ♬ buy the cotton pattern of blue paper in order to cover! He chose ◡with window ¨ advice thank you ♡ towel Christmas cards made in Japan and new year's can purchase. Calendar Fairs I was doing. End of the year holiday ready ❁
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  • Main street stores located along. On the first floor were lined up a lot of Christmas cards. You can enjoy just looking at anyway because a variety of stationery stuff.
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  • Never seen a shop like this before. It's literally a stationery heaven. There are 8 floors to the store with each floor for a specific items (i.e journals/planners, letters, pens, etc). We visited the...  more »
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  • Amazing place to find all kinds of pens, papers, and other design utensils. It can get a little crowded but worth it to take a look. On the top floor you get a cool view of Ginza. Very cool shop
  • Despite being crowded no matter what time you visit, it has such an amazing selection that justifies the seemingly endless lines. Daily use stationary, crafting goods, greeting cards, luxe fountain pens, you name it they got it. I've never been disappointed here, even when attempting to find relatively specific items. They do custom inkan which is a really personalized, fun gift to look into!
  • The ultimate pen shop, although the space is cramped when crowded. Beautiful museum on the 2nd floor. Huge stationary story - same name- across the street. I recommend Euro Box, nearby, if you are seeking vintage pens or require a repair.
  • Have unique stationary. I've giving it a 4 because it was way over my budget. There was pen that sold over 30k.
  • Amazing stationery retail, can fine creative and high-end stationery. Every year I will come to Japan and visit the store~ and late year they have huge change to their store layout. Every floor have it is topic , enjoy that!!