You Can Now Shop At Japan’s First Nintendo Flagship Store


Cheng Sim •  Nov 26, 2019

Spending our afternoons playing Super Mario Bros and The Legend of Zelda is a nostalgia that almost every 90s kid will remember. If you're a huge fan of Nintendo video games, it's time to plan your next trip to Tokyo!

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Come and walk down memory lane at the first Nintendo flagship store in Japan! The world's second flagship store after Nintendo New York, Nintendo Tokyo has been attracting video game fanatics and 90s kids since its opening on 22 November 2019. It features the characters you love including Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Kirby of the Stars, Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem!

Situated on the sixth floor of Shibuya Parco, the latest shopping mall in Tokyo's fashion district, it's one of the most-awaited store openings of the year! With life-sized statuaries of Mario and Inkling at the heart of the store, the exclusive merchandises surrounding it will leave any Nintendo lovers in awe.

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Reminisce your childhood nostalgia when you explore the Super Mario section in this store! Choosing your favourite merchandise is definitely the toughest part because there are many selections on display.

Shop around and you'll likely to find Mario-themed notebooks, stationaries, canvas bags, handbags and more! It's also a great option for anyone looking to turn these exclusive merchandises into souvenirs for their family and friends.

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With a floor-to-ceiling display of plush toys, you'll have a hard time resisting to squeeze these adorable Mario and Luigi plushies. Let's not forget those large-size Super Mushrooms and Yoshi, even though you might have limited space in your luggage.

If you're truly into matching plate sets, enjoy your meals from these Super Mario-themed plates, bowls, mugs and even chopsticks! Designed after everyone's favourite Super Mario characters, choose between Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Toad!

Anyone who spent more afternoons playing The Legend of Zelda will find this section a treat! With Link looking over you, it may just be your favourite section in the entire store. It's indeed special because they have a variety of merchandises ranging from Hylian-crested neckties and Royal-crested leather bag!

Besides the adorable hand towels and themed mugs, you can definitely tell that someone is a fan of The Legend of Zelda when you spot these keychains in their shopping bag too. Be sure to buy a few more keychains for your friends back home!

Even if you don't play Kirby Star Allies or Battle Royale, this adorable pink alien hero looks incredibly cuddly! There are also Kirby hats that you can wear to remind yourself that age is just a number.

Nothing says that you've visited Nintendo Tokyo than wearing an exclusive t-shirt that says it all. Currently available in red and grey, it's the kind of style statement that you can wear loud and proud back home. So get both colours, if you can!

Nintendo Tokyo's other highlights include the Super Mario x Pokemon 8-bit Scramble line. While the original Pokemon games were developed by Game Freak, it was published by Nintendo and the Pokemon Company. Hence, you'll be able to see a range of Pokemon merchandises in Super Mario's cool game graphics!

If you're looking for more Pokemon merchandises, head over to the brand-new Pokemon Center Shibuya next to Nintendo Tokyo! After taking pictures of Mewtwo inside a research tube, check out the graffiti artist Pikachu plush toys, t-shirts and hoodies too!

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After your shopping trip at Nintendo Tokyo, explore the best Japanese cuisine at these delicious halal eateries in Tokyo and head over to the all-new Shibuya Scramble Square for a bird's eye view of the famous Shibuya crossing. There's never a dull day in Tokyo!

Opening hours: Open daily; 10AM-9PM

Address: Nintendo Tokyo, 6th floor, Shibuya Parco, Udagawacho 15-1, Shibuya, Tokyo

Directions: Alight at Shibuya station and walk for 5 minutes to Shibuya Parco. Nintendo Tokyo is located on the sixth floor.