5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

All Cute And All Affordable!

By Tabitha Wilders
July 2, 2020
#StayAtHome, Lifestyle

The final touches to your home are just a shop away! Make your surroundings aesthetically pleasing with some really cool home decor and interior pieces without emptying your wallet.

After isolating yourself and staying at home for so long, I’m sure you’ve done your fair share of deep cleaning, organized your belongings, and basically KonMaried your entire living space. 

You now know what you own, and what you’ve been missing. Having spent more time indoors recently, perhaps you’ve even learned just how important it is to create a living space that feels cozy and homely. In other words, you’re finally ready to add some new personal touches to your home! 

Listed below are 5 stylish interior and home decor shops found in and around Tokyo—you’ll have heaps of fun redecorating your home according to your style!

1. Francfranc

 

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Francfranca Japanese furniture and home decor company founded in Tokyo in 1990—is just one of those shops where once you enter, you know you won’t be leaving empty-handed. Known for their cute, fun, and modern designs, Francfranc sells just about everything from vases to picture frames, bathroom accessories to furniture, kitchenware, and cutlery.

There are Francfranc stores dotted all around Japan and Tokyo, but the flagship store in Aoyama is personally my favorite. 

Savvy Picks

1. Shell Floor Cushion (¥2,800, 30% off ¥4,000)

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To instantly add a touch of summer to your home, the Shell Floor Cushion is highly recommended. This best-selling floor cushion comes in three colors (pink, green, or grey) and is soft and comfortable to sit on as it is made of poly velvet fabric. The cushion can be folded making it compact and easy to store away when not in use. Irresistibly cute! 

2. Photo Frame with Clock  (¥3,500)

5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

This multifunctional photo frame is cleverly designed with a clock so not only is it a sweet decor for your desk/table, but it’s also space-saving! A great reward for all the hard work you put into tidying your home, right?  

The deets

Address: 1-2F, Spline Aoyama Tokyu Bld., 3-1-3, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11 am to 9 pm

Website:  Francfranc online

2. Sostrene Grene

 

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I’m all for hygge (the danish term for cozy, comfortable, and contentment), making Sostrene Grene a personal favorite shop of mine for interior pieces and home decor. We tend to think that hygge is just for the winter but why can’t we create a living space that is cozy all-year-round? If you want to add a little Scandinavian elegance to your home, you must check this danish retail chain out. 

From sleek furniture to simple photo frames and cushions, Sostrene Grene is loved for their minimal yet stylish designs. You’ll also be surprised to find that the pieces here are reasonably priced. I highly suggest you take a look at their cutlery, bedding, and little home accessories. 

Savvy Picks

1. Tea light holder (¥300)

 

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Candles and tealights are must-haves for hygge. Available in three colors (rose, brown, and clear), lighting some candles in these visually pleasing tealight holders will instantly create an intimate and cozy atmosphere! 

2. Cute metal tin containers693~)

 

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Perfect for storing tea leaves, having a couple of these cute and chic metal tin containers will not only be helpful but will also look great on your kitchen shelves.

The deets

Address: 1 Honcho, Kokubunji, Tokyo 185-0012

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10 am to 9 pm

Website:  Sostrene Grene OnlineShop

3. Salut!

 

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A great little bric-a-brac shop, Salut! offers affordable homeware and fun living goods—perfect for those who want to add a bit of uniqueness and quirk to their homes. They have a great selection of baskets and wooden boxes for storage, and some really cool furniture pieces that sell out relatively quickly—so be sure to buy whatever it is you want/need from Salut! before it goes out of stock!

There are stores all around Japan and in Tokyo (including Sasazuka and Tachikawa). 

Savvy Picks

1. Recycled Wood Mini Cabinet (¥1,650)

5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

A perfect little cabinet to store all your trinkets and accessories, this antique-style cabinet is made of recycled wood with a mirror on the back. If you’re into vintage, you’ll love this! 

2. Ironwood Round Side Table  (¥1,100)

5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

We all need a little side table beside our bed and/or sofa. Basically, we all need something like the Ironwood Round Side Table. It’s just the right size and can be used to store your cushions (the wooden top can be lifted). Alternatively, you can put it near the front door and use it to store guest slippers! 

The deets

Address: 1 Chome-47-1 Sasazuka, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0073

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10 am to 8 pm

Website: Salut! online store

4. Covent Garden Bazaar

 

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If your interior style is very ‘French Provincial’ and you want to add a touch of sophistication and elegance to your home, you’ll find that the home decor at Covent Garden Bazaar will suit your taste (and budget). Do make sure to have a look at their garden collection and outdoor accessories—you’re bound to fall in love with them! 

Stores are located in Odaiba, Kichijoji, and Jiyugaoka.

Savvy Picks

1. Garden Trash Box (¥10,450), Herbal bucket (L ¥3,190 M ¥2,640 S ¥2,090), Oval bucket (L ¥4,290 S ¥3,630)

 

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Instead of using some basic (and slightly dull) flower pots, it’s time to really decorate your balcony/patio/garden with these lovely tin pots and antique buckets. Complete the look with the matching garden trash can. Very chic!

2. Bathtub cup (¥1,650)

 

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This little bathtub cup is included simply because it’s ridiculously cute! You can place your shampoo and conditioner inside it or perhaps some flowers or potpourri for an extra sweet-looking home decor piece.

The deets

Address: 1 Chome-24-10 Jiyugaoka, Meguro City, Tokyo 152-0035

Opening Hours: 11 am to 6:30 pm (Closed on Monday)

Website: Covent Bazaar Garden

5. Awesome Store

 

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Yes, it’s really called the ‘Awesome Store’ and I can’t say I disagree with its name. You’ll find all sorts of trendy, unique items and all for a reasonable price. Great home decor pieces, little trinkets, and art supplies can all be found here. Make sure to keep an eye out for ‘Kuloe the cat’—Awesome Store’s very own character! And be sure to check out their cafe while you’re at it—a nice cup of coffee/tea is exactly what you need after a long day out shopping for interior and home decor! 

Savvy Picks

1. Black Bicycle Clock Stand (¥2,178)

5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

If you’re into retro style, you’ll love this bicycle clock stand. It definitely adds a little something different to your room! 

2. Stand A Million Calendar (¥4,378)

5 Stylish Interior And Home Decor Shops In Tokyo

A very cool calendar, this one is designed to be eco-friendy. The dates can be adjusted so it can be used every year and will last a long time.

The deets

Address: 170-0013 Tokyo, Toshima City, Higashiikebukuro, 1 Chome−30−3 Ikebukuro 

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Website: Awesome Store Online Shop