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The store have 8 levels for stationary fans to indulge themselves, from basic items like pens and pencils to luxury Japanese handmade papers. It’s a haven for stationary lovers!!!
Had an enjoyable time browsing through their list of latest trendy stationaries to some very exclusive...More
This store is so beautiful. It has I think 7 floors I went to 5 of them. Each one has a different focus - travel, stationary, pens/pencils, cards, notebooks, etc. It's worth a visit just to see how nicely each floor is arranged. The highlight...More
I came here with my mum and, though it was a little out of our price range, it was so amazing to see all the incredible products they had on offer! And don’t worry if you get tired, there is a cafe/restaurant on the top...More
The Ginza Itoya is a marvelous place to wander around and pick up highly specialized stationary goods. Each floor is dedicated to different things (such as cards, travel, and executive aka extremely expensive pens) and I believe there is a cafe, though I didn't visit.
I visited Itoya with a friend. We are from the Czech Republic and it's nearly imppssible to find nice writing paper there. Itoya, in its seven floors, had everything. Beautiful writing papers, envelopes, origami paper, ink, pens, all sorts of those "fake" brushes, that work...More
Japan is known for beautiful stationery and wrapping. This store has it all and then some on its 7 floors of merchandise. Easy to spend an hour browsing all the different items. If interested in stationery, wrapping or pens, this is a great place to...More
There must have been a time, twenty years ago that this place stocked everything cool in stationery. Now you find lots of cool stuff online, in any country. Makes sense to visit only if you are a professional artist or writer or have a paper...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular