Fashion & Architecture Guided Tour in Tokyo

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Explore The Architectural Grandeur of Various fashion Stores in The World’s Fashion Capital with Architecture Professional.
From¥201,760

~ USD 1856.02

Explore The Architectural Grandeur of Various fashion Stores in The World’s Fashion Capital with Architecture Professional.
From¥201,760

~ USD 1856.02

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THIS TOUR STARTS FROM A LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE IN TOKYO.

You can pick your hotel, a train station or any other location as long as it is located within TOKYO CITY.

 

Please type your preferred travel dates and times in additional notes after pressing the PROCEED BOOKING button.

 

PRICES START FROM:

+ JPY 201,760 FOR A GROUP OF 1-8 PEOPLE


The price per person will depend on the number of guests in your group. Group booking with guests less than 4 pax will still be charged the same price. Please note the maximum participant limit for this tour is 8 pax. 

For more than 8 pax, please kindly contact us

 

HOW CAN I ADD A CHAUFFEUR SERVICE?

Pick a date & package; press the PROCEED BOOKING button. The next screen will offer you the option to add on a chauffeur service for an additional fee.

 

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?

+ Fashion and architecture tour

+ A translator or guide during the experience

 

HOW CAN I ADD A CHAUFFEUR SERVICE?

Pick a date & package; press the PROCEED BOOKING button. The next screen will offer you the option to add on a chauffeur service for an additional fee.

 

ITINERARY

This private package tour will start at a location of your choice within TOKYO and then proceed to the tour destination (please inquire for further details).

 


Fashion and Architecture Guided Tour

For decades, Japan has long been recognized for its leading and vibrant fashion industry globally. Tokyo especially is the prime location for luxury and designer brands, but what’s even more impressive is the city’s avant-garde architectural works that these stores are housed in. Over the past two decades, such fashion venues have developed into an area for both the architect and fashion designer to showcase their artistic intervention, and many celebrated Japanese and foreign figures have taken a part in this conversation. Take Kengo Kuma’s Tiffany building or Toyo Ito’s TOD’s Omotesando as an example: Kuma’ idea for the façade’s illuminating metal sheets to represent the jewellery-cutting process is just as fascinating as Ito’s meticulously patterned concrete facades, which allow for a column-free, expansive interior for the merchandise display.

It is our pleasure to present a guided tour of Tokyo’s fashion-store architecture and take you to the flagship stores and shopping complexes in the prominent retail corridors of Tokyo. With a professional in contemporary architecture, you will visit Ginza, Aoyama, Omotesando, and Daikanyama to witness the works of many architects like Tadao Ando, and Toyo Iyo, who have marked a great presence on the international scene. As winners of world’s notable architecture awards, like the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the projects and theoretical writings of these individuals continue to explore a new way of perceiving humanity’s relation with architecture.

(credit: TOKI Tokyo)

Architecture is where the form and function meet to create something extraordinary, and this certainly applies to fashion as well. A piece of clothing is supposed to be comfortable and beautiful at the same time, just as architecture – or fashion-store architecture – not only houses the products but also lives as a metaphor for the brand’s philosophy. Walking down the streets of Tokyo, filled with the world’s leading works of architecture, is both an inspiring and humbling experience. We hope you will join us to witness Tokyo’s contemporary architecture and feel the living passions of the fashion designers and architects.


 

The tour will end with us dropping you off at a location of your choice in Tokyo.