The Best and Most Convenient Place to Get Shopping Done in Tokyo - Seibu Shinjuku PePe

Tokyo Shopping 2017.09.27
~S~H~O~P~P~I~N~G~ - Everyone's favorite thing to do in Japan!

👜 Shinjuku Shopping At Shinjuku PePe 👜

  • Almost everyone always makes a shopping list to an extent when they come to Japan.

    What about you, do you have one too?
    What sort of things are on your list?
  • How about food!?
    Food goes hand and hand with shopping in Japan 

    and is a great representative of Japan's omotenashi (hospitality) culture and attention to detail.
    We promise you, Japan has some of the most exquisite looking food ever!

    Since there is so much to do and buy in Shinjuku,
    JAPANKURU wanted to mention a nice shopping facility 
    that can make your vacation less hectic. 
  • SEIBU SHINJUKU PePe is a shopping center located 
    in the same building as the Shinjuku Prince Hotel. 

    The shopping center includes many fashion and variety shops,
    and is open until 10pm allowing travelers staying at the hote
     to enjoy shopping without worrying about the time!


- 3 Recommended Stores -

PePe 8F-

  • CAN★DO is a famous 100 yen shop 
    and is located on the 8th floor of Shinjuku PePe.

    Infact, Shinjuku PePe's CAN★DO is the biggest CAN★DO in Tokyo!
  • ately a lot of people are buying Japanese rice bowls, which makes CAN★DO the best place to get some thanks to its low prices!
  • Japanese 100 yen shops are different than other dollar shops in other countries because despite their low price, the quality is still good and the items they sell aren't out of style!
This CAN★DO shop is the best place to get last minute things or when you want to buy in bulk!

It's really fun looking around, so we recommend Shinjuku PePe's CAN★DO to everyone!!

- 100 yen shop
- 8th floor
- Business hours: 11:00am ~ 10:00
- TEL: 03-3202-1160



-Shinjuku PePe 3F-

  • On the 3rd floor is the store move.

    It's a watch shop where you can buy watches from various brands for both men and women in the same place.
  • Under the men's watches area is G-SHOCK.
    It's durable, functionable, and affordable, making it a MUST HAVE!
  • Popular for its simplicity and classic look,
    DW watches look great whether you're dressing up or down.
  • Along with Seiko and Casio, CITIZEN watches are top of pyramid 
    when it comes to Japanese watch brands.
  • A "Made in Japan" accessory,
    it's made with a fully-customizable e-paper 
    and a stainless steel buckle.

    The style of the watch face and strap can both change at the touch of a button, with 24 different designs to choose from.
Super light and flexible, e-paper consumes no electricity when in standby mode.
This allows the pattern to be always on!

Its default rest position doesn't show the time, but once you move your arm to look at the watch, it becomes activated turning on the time display and the face and strap patterns.

- Watches
- 3rd floor
- Business hours: 11am ~ 10pm
- TEL: 03-6380-3460

Orange Elephant
(Smartphone accessories)
PePe 3F-

  • Right across from the watch store move 
    is the phone accessories store Orange Elephant.
  • If you want to have some of your favorite characters protect your phone, Orange Elephant sells an array of character phone cases.
  • Or for a more sleek look, there are smartphone booklet cases too!
Orange Elephant has so many different styles and types of smartphone accessories! It's difficult to decide which case to get for your phone!

You've got to come here if you're looking to replace your case!!

*Orange Elephant
- Smartphone accessories
- 3rd floor
- Business hours: 11am ~ 10pm
- TEL: 03-5285-6030


- 3 Recommended Food Places-

Omusubi Gonbei (おむすび権米衛)
(Rice balls)
PePe B2-

  • Located on the B2 floor, Omusubi Gonbei is a traditional onigiri (rice ball) shop that sells huge and cheap rice balls.

    The rice is brought directly from the farm and doesn't add any chemical seasonings what-so-ever. So you get the best, naturally tasting rice!!
  • "Shiomusubi" Is just white rice sprinkled with salt and sesame seeds
  • White rice wrapped with nori (seaweed), stuffed with salmon "Benesake"
*Omusubi Gonbei (おむすび権米衛)
- Rice balls
- B2
- Business hours: 11am ~ 10pm
- TEL: 03-5287-1437

(Confectionery & general goods)
PePe 2F-

  • DOLCE FELICE Regalo is a place that sells not just deserts, but also handkerchiefs, bags, and other useful items.

    "Regalo" means present, so of course everything here makes great presents where they be for someone else or a lil something for yourself!
  • All the desserts that are sold at DOLCE FELICE Regalo are hand made one by one
  • Then a lot of the items that are sold are things like tote bags, house slippers, handkerchiefs, even things for babies!
If you need to buy a present for someone, please take a look around this place!

They have a lot of cute, fashionable, and affordable things for sale that make perfect gifts for any occasion🎁

- General goods
- 2nd floor
- Business hours: 11am ~ 10pm
- TEL: 03-6205-5651

ST-MARC CAFE (サンマルクカフェ)
-Shinjuku PePe B2-

  • ST-MARC CAFE is a famous cafe chain in Japan, sort of like Dunkin Donuts.
  • But rather than donuts, ST-MARC CAFE is famous for it's chocolate croissant. The freshly baked croissants are baked to perfection!

    Crispy and flaky, and the perfect amount of chocolate inside.It goes great with anything!

    *ST-MARC CAFE (サンマルクカフェ)
    - Cafe
    - B2
    - Business hours: 11am ~ 10pm
    - TEL: 03-5155-1316

Check before Shopping!

- emi card counter -

  • If you are shopping at Shinjuku PePe, before going anywhere else you should go to the "emi card counter" on the 6th floor first.
  • Here you can make an emi card, and all you have to do is write a few things down. It takes nothing!
  • When you do that, you'll receive Shinjuku PePe's Premium Coupon pamphlet! Even some stores that are already a tax-free shop are included!

    ⇓ Learn more about theemi card ⇓
  • SHOPPING in SHINJUKU : Seibu Shinjuku PePe
    SHOPPING in SHINJUKU : Seibu Shinjuku PePe
    Shinjuku is the center of Tokyo's major transportation and one of the most visited places in Tokyo. There's so many places to go and see,it could leave you a bit flustered.

    But one place to go to for sure is~~Seibu Shinjuku PePe!

    It will save you a lot of time and stress shopping here. Then once you have all the things you need and that are on your list, you can go out on the town and just enjoy yourself!
Basic Info
NameShinjuku PePe
StationShinjuku Station, JR East Exit
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