50 Best Beauty Salons in Tokyo

Our Top Picks For When We Need Some Pampering

There is no shame in penciling in some "me-time". In fact, you deserve it!

Women do it all.

Wake up an extra hour earlier to prep breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dress the kids and make sure they’ve brushed their teeth before racing off to meet their friends at school. Manage multiple projects at a full-time job. Schedule time to catch up with dear friends and loved ones. Squeeze in a sweat session.

And women do it all while looking fabulous.

But busy lives crammed with demanding schedules makes it quite difficult to stay looking and feeling powder fresh on a daily basis, so that’s where beauty salons are a savior. Whether it’s a just a regular manicure, a blow-out for a hot date, or treating yourself to a well-deserved facial, here are our top 50 picks ranging for beauty salons in Tokyo.

For prices, we’ve used the key below based on the average cost of the main treatments available.

Budget-friendly (below ¥5,000) = ¥
Mid-range (¥5,000 – ¥15,000) = ¥¥
Luxury (¥15,000 or more) = ¥¥¥

Mind and Body

1. Enoshima Island Spa

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Nicknamed “Enospa”, this natural spa resort is a favorite weekend getaway with Tokyoites in need of a total mind and body rejuvenation—all with a stunning view of the iconic Mt. Fuji in the distance. Located just across the water from Enoshima Island, a picturesque seaside resort in neighboring Kanagawa Prefecture, Enospa boasts heated indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a natural hot spring floor where you can sink into the healing warmth of mineral-rich onsen from 1500 meters below the ocean surface. Enospa also offers world-class body and facial treatments at their Beng Teng Spa, where skilled staff use original skincare products for a healing experience. Expect to be treated like a queen with immersive pampering designed to give you that much-needed detox from city life.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Address: 2-1-6 Enoshima, Fujisawa, Kanagawa
Reserve: Online or call 0466-29-0688 (No reservation is needed for the spa (hot spring, pools, and sauna) use only)

2. Elana Jade Beauty Spa

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, this organic salon operates under one principle rule: “If you wouldn’t eat it, don’t put it on your face”. Beauty therapist and founder, Elana (Jade) Gilbert advocates for a holistic approach when it comes to pampering yourself, which means eat right, sleep tight and incorporate sweat sessions into your daily routine. But on those days where you couldn’t catch your full eight hours of z’s and you’re feeling a bit worn out, rejuvenate yourself with an organic facial peel or a relaxing hot-stone massage. With so many returning clients, it’s no wonder this haven is a favorite among the international and Japanese community.

Savvy Discount: First-time goers can receive a 20% discount (cannot be used with another offer or package)
English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening Hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: NS Azabu Juban Building 4F, 3-6-2 Azabu Juban, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6453-9319

3. Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo takes a traditional Japanese approach to wellness by incorporating kampo herbal therapies and Zen philosophies into their spa treatments. Only using natural and chemical-free ingredients, each facial and massage is tailored to fit your specific needs. Foot Reflexology is a unique treatment offered—pressure points on your feet are connected to an internal organ and helps to indicate if you are weaker in certain areas.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Daily 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Address: The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5224-3333

4. Tsukioka Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine

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Run by a female practitioner, Tsukioka Acupuncture operates on a one-on-one consultation basis, and not only offers acupuncture, but cupping, massage, massage with acupuncture, and acupuncture with moxibustion treatments as well. If you have certain overseas health insurance packages, these treatments may be covered by them as well. Their focus is on making you feel as comfortable as possible, and are highly recommended for those with anxiety or stress-related issues.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥ ~ ¥¥¥ (year-long courses available)
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Address: 8-6-27 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 080-6292-7211 | 03-6438-9750

5. Theracua

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Therecua is a world-class, internationally experienced acupuncture and fertility center, which specializes in treating women during pregnancy. But you don’t have to be pregnant to book in a treatment. Theracua is so widely respected throughout Tokyo that many of the city’s hospitals refer their patients here. Whether you’re suffering from daily pains, or are looking for a reliable, female-run fertility center, this Shinagawa based clinic is a godsend.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Address: Shimada Building 3F, 2-24-10 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3491-4589


6. Noage


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When it comes to skin treatment, one size does not fit all. Noage knows every individual has a unique dermatological makeup, so licensed and medically certified dermatologists will meet with each client to determine what kind of treatment will best suit the person. Rewind time and take years off your face with the number one popular Photo Facial, which uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) to damage pigmentation that causes age spots and red spots, or get rid of stubborn wrinkles with third most popular facial botox.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. | closed Sundays
Address: 9-7-1 Midtown Tower, Akasaka, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5413-0082

7. Tengenji Solaria Clinic

Tengenji Solaria provides unrivaled expertise in non-invasive cosmetic surgery procedures. The proof? You won’t be able to pronounce half of the treatments on their menu, which focuses on the very latest innovations in anti-aging skincare.

First-time visitors to Tengenji Solaria Clinic start with a face-to-face health consultation that includes a full skin analysis, covering over 40 categories to determine the treatment course that your skin needs. This could be a combination of hyaluronic acid injections, nutritional therapy, and aroma oil relaxation treatment. Whatever your cosmetic cocktail is, you’ll come out looking—and feeling—years younger.

English speaking? No
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Closed Sundays
Address: Barbizon 72 2F, 5-25-12 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6408-5550

8. BST Cosmetics

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This spa does offer a range of services, however only their special facial course is available in English, but is limited to two people at a time, so reservations are a must for staffing reasons. The whole course takes 90 minutes (120 minutes if you add any optional services) and will leave your skin refreshed, plus have you looking and feeling younger. It’s the ideal way to pamper yourself for your birthday, before a special event, or just to de-stress.

English speaking? Ask when making an appointment
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Sat 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Address: 4-3 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5875-1277

9. Boudoir Day Spa

Considered to be Tokyo’s first fully bilingual beauty salon, this beauty salon is nestled in a quieter lane that’s not too far from the busy streets of Harajuku. Boudoir specializes in Guinot Hydradermie treatments, which are internationally renowned in the beauty world for being one of the most advanced facial treatments for maintaining healthy, glowing skin. If you’re looking to add more luminosity and softness to your skin, this is the place to go. In celebration of their 20th anniversary, receive a 25% discount off any service this month!

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Saturdays 10 a.m. – 8p.m. | Sundays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Address: 2-25-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3478-5898

10. Green Retreat Setagaya

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Not your standard beauty salon, Green Retreat Setagaya is nestled in a quaint residential neighborhood and is single-handedly run by CIDESCO-qualified beauty therapist, Midori Nitta. With 14 years of experience in London and Tokyo under her belt, fully bilingual Midori opened her in-home salon to provide clients with a more cozy and relaxed experience. Among her many services including massages, waxing, eyelash lifts, and more, Dermalogica facials are what keeps customers coming back regularly. These facials include a personalized skin analysis, lactic peel, aromatherapy steam massage, blackhead extractions, and a Mirozone Eye Rescue Treatment that takes away all the years from around your eyes. Experience this facial for yourself by taking advantage of the extended promo going on until the end of August!

Savvy Discount: Savvy readers will receive a 10% discount on any service (cannot be used with another offer or package)
English speaking? Midori is fluent in English
Price: ¥¥
Opening Hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. | closed Sundays
Address: 1-8-25 Wakabayashi, Setagaya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 090-9427-2369


11. Toni and Guy

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The UK-born, award-winning hair salon chose Tokyo as the location of its first international store, which opened in 1985 under the helm of celebrated hairdresser Kenji Saiga. Since then it’s been offering its distinct brand of cutting-edge styling in 14 locations across the city. Hair Stylists at Toni & Guy are trained at the brands’ own academies and typically spend some time working in a salon overseas. This means that whichever branch you go, you can expect a reliable understanding of foreign hair along with the latest in Western styling techniques.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: Multiple locations across Tokyo. Check the website for details.
Reserve: Online

12. Silva Papilio

This charming little salon in a quiet Harajuku backstreet is owned by the soft-spoken and very kind Chie Funakura. Chie spent some time in London before returning to Tokyo to hone her skills at popular international salon Watanabe Hairdressing. Now, she welcomes clients into the calm, intimate ambiance of her own salon where she typically serves just one customer at a time. Sometimes hair salons in Tokyo can feel like you’ve ended up backstage at a runway show. Silva Papilio offers the complete opposite—and is all the more recommended for it.

English speaking? Chie speaks fluent English
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Sun 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Closed Mondays
Address: Galleria Harajuku 2F, 3-6-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6434-5219

13. Hair and Makeup Ke’ international

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You’ll find this highly-rated salon in the “French Town” of Kagurazaka, a former geisha district where traditional tea houses now play host to fine-dining bistros and gastronomic boutiques. Taking inspiration from its location, a treatment here feels straight from the avenues of Paris where owner Takeuchi Kengo trained in hair and beauty. Staff speak English and French and are very attentive when it comes to discussing your needs. No matter how bad your hair sitch is, you’ll walk out of here looking effortlessly chic like you were born on the Champs-Elysees.

English speaking? Yes, and French
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 9:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Address: 三上 Building 2F, 6-66 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5579-2474

14. &stories Omotesando

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What makes &stories Omotesando stand out among the gazillion hair salons in the area is the spacious, sun-filled interior thanks to wide glass windows running from the front to the back. The flattering lighting definitely takes the edge off having to stare at your own pre-cut reflection in the mirror before staff get to work. You’ll get the full end-to-end treatment, beginning with specialist head spa treatments using carbonated spring water, and suggesting different styles to try out at home once you’re done.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. | Sundays 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Closed Wednesdays
Address: ジム Avenue 2F, 3-18-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6447-5955

15. SHINKA Azabujuban

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Shinka was launched in Sydney as a hair salon specializing in Japanese haircare and products. The brand had its homecoming in 2012, opening two shops in Tokyo’s Minato Ward. Shinka Azabujuban’s unique and “sophisticated beauty” design runs across its three spacious floors, where there are also rooms which you can rent out for a private pampering session with your girlfriends. All staff speak English and pride themselves on providing a truly international service for customers from all over the world. You’ll find Shinka’s other branch nearby in Roppongi.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Address: 3-14-12 Azabu-Juban, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3455-6622 (English)

16. atelier haruka

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We would like to introduce your new go-to, budget-friendly beauty salon, atelier haruka. This salon is perfect to touch up your hair, makeup, or nails if you’re on a tight schedule—simple hairstyles can be completed within just 10 minutes starting at just ¥1,900! Be sure to come with clean hair, however, because this salon is strictly hair-styling only and no hair washes. Staying true to Japanese culture, atelier haruka offers hair stylings for traditional Japanese celebrations including, bridals, seijinshiki (Coming of Age), when wearing a yukata (casual summer kimono) or a kimono (traditional Japanese garment).

English speaking? Very limited but can communicate
Price: ¥
Opening hours, address, tel: Branches across Tokyo. Check the salon finder for details.
Reserve: Online

17. Assort Hair Salon

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Leave all of your language barrier and hair care worries at the door: Assort is recognized as Tokyo’s #1 English-friendly hair salon with most of its stylists having international experience. Don’t hesitate to ask the diverse stylists for suggestions on switching up your hair looks; from a sleek wet bob to a bright-colored pixie cut, or shiny waterfall curls. Be as nitty-gritty on what kind of hairstyle you want—not only will the stylists surpass expectations, you’ll get to enjoy a friendly conversation throughout the entire process.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening Hours: Tue to Fri 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Closed Mondays
Address: Rihei Buiding B1F, 2-10-28 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5772-6461

18. Eclat Daikanyama

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The name of the salon, Eclat Daikanyama, originates from the French word, “eclat” meaning “radiance” and the salon motto revolves around just that. Popular among many expats and foreigners, the stylists at Eclat are highly experienced in cutting and coloring specifically non-Asian hair, meaning thinner, lighter hair will be handled with care—far away from the hair-thinning shears.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Tue to Sun 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. | closed Mondays
Address: Green Hill Daikanyama, 1-30-13 Ebisunishi, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6455-0614

19. Le Rond


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Ebisu’s Le Rond salon is a spacious, double-story hair salon that runs a little differently to most. A beauty salon version of a co-working space, all of the stylists at Le Rond are independent freelancers, each with their unique specialty. For a friendly, bilingual stylist, contact Yuri Nabata. Yuri has over a decade of experience under her belt and has worked both in Tokyo and New York (including at New York Fashion Week), so you can be sure that she knows her stuff. Her specialty is “dry cutting,” a meticulous technique she learned while training in NYC, which allows a stylist to shape exactly how the hair sits so that it can be sculpted to perfection. If you have unruly hair or have trouble getting it to sit just right, Yuri is the stylist for you.

English speaking? Yuri speaks fluent English
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: Daikanyama Building 201, 2-17-19 Ebisu-nishi, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 050-5438-2297

20. Pells Hair


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Sitting just behind the tracks of the JR Yamanote line between Shibuya and Ebisu, Pells in Shibuya is one of the city’s coolest beauty and relaxation destinations. With a salon on one side, coffee shop and bar on the other, the atmosphere of Pells is more of a hipster hangout space than a hair salon, but that’s a big part of its cool charm. Pop by on the weekend for a trim and perfectly brewed espresso, or treat yourself after work with a drink and a treatment. Go on, you deserve it.

English speaking? English is ok. Style cards are available too.
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Closed Sundays
Address: Pinky House 1-A, 3-4 Uguisudanicho, Shibuya Ward-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3499-3131

21. Gala


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Shibuya salon Gala is known in beauty circles for being the go-to salon for those who want one of the best hair-dye jobs in the city. Whether it’s lowlights, highlights, or extreme color palettes, the experienced Gala Director Takahiro and his team of fresh-faced staff are more than happy to give you a whole new look, or simply tidy up your current do. Stylist Aoi is also an expert in Korean hair trends so if that’s more your style be sure to drop her a line.

English speaking? Limited, but can communicate in English
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. | Weekends 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: Shibuya Business Center 2F, 1-9-1 Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6452-6504

22. Manhood

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Located in Minami-Aoyama, the curiously named Manhood salon is an excellent place to visit if you’re on the hunt for eyelash extensions. The effortlessly stylish salon specializes in more natural and “close to realistic” style lashes that still don’t lack any dramatic appeal. Manhood also runs an on-site small gallery space too called PAST&FORWARD, which is worth exploring while you wait. Some of the staff speak English, so if you’re nervous about communication, don’t be.

English speaking? Limited but can communicate
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 12 p.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Closed Mondays
Address: 3-10-12, Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6432-9775

23. Staircase


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Staircase is a coming together of two of the city’s most respected names in the hair world, colorist Nakamura Daisuke and stylist Tokieda Hiroaki—an upmarket salon perfectly suited to its surrounds. It’s internationally influenced—most of the staff speak English—but very Japanese in its dedication to offering the very best in customer service and care. If you’re looking for an all-rounder and top-notch salon in the Ginza area, then Staircase has your needs covered.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.| Saturday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Sunday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: JPR Ginza Namiki Street Building 10F, 5-5-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6228-5569

24. Jet Set


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With branches in Azabu Juban and Ginza, Jet Set is Tokyo’s premier blow dry bar, the first of its kind in the city. Founder Julia Spotswood saw similar salons gaining popularity in the US and decided to open up something similar in Tokyo back in 2014. You can pop in for a wash and blow-dry hair pampering treatment as a way to wind down after work or in preparation for a big event. All the stylists speak English, and the salon also has style cards so you can point out to the staff exactly what you’d like to get. Jet Set offers membership packages too for those who want to make it part of their regular beauty routine.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Sunday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Address: Vent Vert 1F, 3-10-2 Moto-Azabu, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6804-2107

25. One World


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One World is a staple of Azabu Juban’s vibrant hair salon scene. This super international salon opened in 2014 and has a client list that represents 62 different nationalities. All the staff here speak English and are trained to deal with international clients, so if you’ve ever had a dodgy experience, here you’re in guaranteed safe hands. In terms of what they offer, it’s all the standard hair salon services; dyeing, cutting, and straightening. They also have specialty cream head spa treatments for your scalp if you’re looking to get a little extra pampered.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Fri 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Fri to Sun 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: DKNS Azabu 4F, 2-8-3 Azabu Juban, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6459-4354

26. Twiggy

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Twiggy is without question one of the most highly respected salons in Japan. It was selected by Harper’s Bazaar as being one of the Best Salons in the World 2014, and it’s featured as one in the trademarked list of “The Leading Salons of the World”. Twiggy’s founder Miho Matsuura has long been a staple celebrity stylist, so it’s not rare to see some of the country’s A-list stars floating around. The salon also has a spa, cafe, a lush courtyard garden, and a juice bar. Most of the staff here can speak in English, while French colorist Stephane Dupont speaks English, French, and Japanese.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Mon and Thu 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Wed and Fri 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Weekends 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: 3-35-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6413-1590

27. Epo Hair Studio


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Epo is a bilingual salon in Tomigaya, a laid back neighborhood not too far from Shibuya. Whether it’s a cut, color, perm, spa, and treatments, this ridiculously chic salon does it all. What separates Epo from some of their city’s other salons is their socially conscious motivations. The salon’s staff have a passion for providing environmentally friendly services—they have their own essential oil factory and their handmade shampoo is fully organic! Follow their Instagram and you’ll see them out in the wild foraging for natural botanical solutions to hair care. Epo also supports non-profit organization Japan Hair Donation and Charity by donating unwanted hair to be made into wigs for those in need.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mondays 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Wed to Fri 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: 1F, 1−9−15 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6407-9970

28. Wolt


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Since opening in 2012, Wolt is a relaxed and friendly hair salon option for those living over on the Koenji side of the city. This hair salon is laid-back but still offers the best in customer service and care. Inspired by British style, Wolt is international and English-friendly too. Perfect for those looking for a more budget style salon, cuts start from ¥1,700, but you can pop in and get your bangs trimmed for a mere ¥600 yen. It is worth noting though that the salon doesn’t offer shampooing services, cuts only, so it’s best to come with your hair washed and with as little product in it as possible. No bookings are required either, feel free to pop in anytime!

English speaking? Ask for Masuda-San
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 10 am. – 8 p.m.
Address: Nakagin Mansion 102, 4-23-4 Koenji-Minami, Suginami Ward, Tokyo 166-0002
Reserve: Online or email wolt.hair@gmail.com

29. Gigi Hair Salon

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With service available in English and Chinese, Gigi Hair Salon in Omotesando is a great place for those looking for a very natural hair cut and color. The cafe-like interior is warm and inviting, and the staff is very friendly and open. It’s a great place to go if you want to try a shorter style as this is one of their specialties as well. Plus, if you and your partner are in need of a trim, they take both female and male clients.

English Speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: 5-15-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6427-5534

30. Merkmal Hair Salon

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This salon might look like an ordinary residence, but it is anything but. Merkmal is a hidden gem in Omotesando, loved by celebrities and international visitors alike. Their focus is more on the 30s-40s crowd, and they specialize in making adult women feel at home and more beautiful after their visit. They use organic products, including all-natural hair dyes, and if you make a special reservation, they have a special room for mothers of young children to get their hair done while you watch your kids.

English Speaking? Some
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 12 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: 4-17-16 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5412-8881

31. Gold Salon Tokyo


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With two locations in Omotesando and Azabu Juban, Gold Salon Tokyo is a staple of the foreign community, as nearly 95% of their clients are foreign, according to their website. Their hair coloring services are impeccable, and they can custom tailor your color down to the tiniest detail. Plus they use internationally known and loved hair product brands, so you can maintain your style and color at home as well.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Tue to Sat 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: 6F, 4-1-9 Azabu Juban, Minato-ku (Azabu Juban) | BF1, 4-11-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku (Omotesando)
Reserve: Online or call 03-6436-0228 (Azabu Juban) | 03-6438-9722 (Omotesando)

32. The Room 806


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Women of color in Japan might not have the best experience at a Japanese salon, and that’s where Room 806 comes in. This highly skilled salon was opened by a New York native and specializes in cuts, weaves, relaxers fades, highlights, braids, and cornrows, and offers other services such as Brazilian treatments, waxing, and threading as well. It also offers a sense of community that women of color might be struggling with as an expat, which makes it highly recommended to others.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Address: 5-16-52 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-5545-5486

33. Ales Hair Shop

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While not a hair salon, Ales Hair Shop is the place to go if you are looking for real human hair extensions, wigs, and beauty products in a wider than standard range of color. Their shop is bright and exciting, and the place to go for women of color that prefer taking care of their own hair. They also sell a wide range of non-standard hair dyes and Western-hair friendly bleaches as well.

English speaking? Yes (Mon to Fri)
Price: ¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Address: Tominaga Building 2F, 6-9-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 0120-46-5561

34. L’Arte Nakameguro

L’Arte Nakameguro is the right place to go if you are looking for a very tailored haircut and natural colored dyes. Their staff have all trained abroad, and are well known for their styling – especially for weddings or special occasions. If you feel like being indulgent, this is a good place to go to be pampered.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.| Weekends and Holidays 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: 1F, 2-14-5 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6451-0157

35. A Cut Above

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Located in Hiroo, A Cut Above is a hair salon out of the hustle and bustle of major stations that caters to the expat community of Tokyo. They offer a wide range of hair color options, including a course that is custom-created based on their analysis of your hair and scalp condition, so even those that have never tried any dye before need not worry. They also offer barber services for men as well, so this is a good option if you and your partner want to get spruced up.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mon, Wed to Sat 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: 5-5-7 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3441-7218

36. BOY


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With two locations in Harajuku and Daikanyama, and two in Bangkok as well, it’s safe to say that BOY knows what it’s doing when it comes to both Asian and Western hair. They offer a full range of hair salon treatments, plus make-up/styling consultations, head spas, facials, and even reflexology courses.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: 2-18-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Harajuku) | 12-28 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Daikanyama)
Reserve: Online or call 03-5786-0045 (Harajuku) | 03-3476-1256 (Daikanyama)

Nails (and Eyelashes)

37. Fast Nails


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Our hands work really hard every day, so we can show them a little extra love, right? Get beautifully designed and polished gel manicures at any one of the 24 Fast Nail salon locations in the Kanto or Kansai region (but we’ll stick with Tokyo for now). Choose from hundreds of designs from a simple one-colored coat to floral masterpieces to full-on glam complete with sequins and jewels. Keeping true to the name, you can book an appointment fast through a downloadable app (all Japanese). Choose the design or your budget ahead of time when reserving and you’re all set!

English speaking? No
Price: ¥ ~ ¥¥
Opening hours, address, tel: Branches across Tokyo. Check the main website for details.
Reserve: Online

38. Tip Top Tap Azabu


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Hidden in the basement of an apartment building, Tip Top Tap is a cozy, one-room beauty parlor that feels absolute worlds away from the busy streets of the Tokyo Tower district it lies beneath. Owner Mai Onuki is a “Creative Nail Design Shellac Education Ambassador,” bringing 15 years of nail expertise honed in New York—along with flawless English.

The best part about this salon? Mai will act as your personal beauty assistant, serving your drinks and turning on the TV so you can catch up on your fave series while being totally pampered. Tip Top also has another branch in Yoyogi Uehara.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: Rever Hayashi Building B1, 1-18-7 Higashi Azabu, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6754-4220

39. Latte.

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For fresh-looking nails that are nothing less than a work of art, be sure to pay Latte nail salon a visit. They offer both manicures and pedicures so those who get the full set won’t be disappointed. Located just a short walk from the east side of JR Ebisu Station, it’s easily accessible for those who live and work in Tokyo’s central business district. Plus they stay open until late. Check out the salon’s Instagram for more ideas on what they offer.

English speaking? No
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays and Saturdays 12 p.m. – 11 p.m. (last booking 8:30 p.m.) | Sundays 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: Kogetsu Building 305, 1-5-2 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online

40. Annabel Lee


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Annabel Lee is a cozy nail salon located in Yoyogi, not far from central Shinjuku. The salon staff here are happy to cater to all sorts, offering more budget-friendly basic packages as well as special order treatments and combination manicures and pedicures deals. For those preparing for their special day, the salon specializes in bridal manicures and pedicures too. If you’re interested in seeing just what they can do, be sure to follow their Instagram page for regular updates on new styles and monthly promotional deals.

English speaking? No
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. | Weekends 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Address: Shinjuku Ex Building 6F, 2-6-8 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3378-6200

41. Luxita (Chi, The Spa)

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If you’re going to go all out with getting your nails done then this luxury nail parlor inside the Shangri-La Hotel’s own award-winning spa, The Chi, is the exclusive spot for you. Expect to be treated in your own private room, and sat in the same plush chair as a slew of famous models and influencers who come to Luxita to have their fingertips hand-painted using a specialized Japanese technique known as “Ita.” Sessions can take several hours depending on the intricacy of the design, during which they’ll ply you with free drinks if you didn’t feel spoilt enough already.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Daily 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Address: Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo, Chi Spa, level 29, Marunouchi Trust Tower, Main, 1-8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
Reserve: Online or call 813-6739-7880

42. Joli Beauty

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Joli Beauty is a cash-only nail salon and beauty parlor that has been frequently featured on Japanese daytime TV. Their nail art has taken first, second and third place at USA NailPro Cup, and they pride themselves on providing nail art that is sure to please. They also offer waxing and traditional Indian threading, facials, massages, and henna body art as well. You can even have body paint done here too – perfect for Halloween, maternity photoshoots, and parties.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. | Saturdays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Address: 3-4-1 Shirokane, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 080-3599-9669

43. Nail Cottage


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Nail Cottage prides itself on being one of the leading members of Japan’s Nailist Association’s leading members—all of the staff are fully trained in not only the latest designs and trends, but also nail, hand, and foot health as well. Their designs take time but last for up to a full month, their pedicures even longer. If you are having a pedicure, please bring your own flip flops or sandals, as they are eco-friendly and don’t use the disposable type #teamearth.

English speaking? Ask when making an appointment
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. | Saturdays 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Address: 1-47-4 Uehara, Shibuya-ku (Yoyogi-Hachiman) | 2-26-2 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku (Shinjuku)
Reserve: Online or call 03-3485-4222 (Yoyogi-Hachiman) | 03-6300-0483 (Shinjuku)

44. Tricia Nail Salon

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Tricia Nail Salon has two locations, in Omotesando and Ginza, which make them a convenient choice no matter where you are in Tokyo. Their staff are incredibly talented – they make the complicated manicures they do look so easy. Plus, Tricia’s nailists have won national awards for their work. If you really want to be pampered, try one of their hand treatments plus a manicure. You’ll feel relaxed and pampered in no time.

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 12:00 p.m. – 9 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.; 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. starting August (Omotesando) | Weekdays 12:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Ginza)
Address: Room 104, 3-8-4 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku (Omotesando) | 3F, 6-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku (Ginza)
Reserve: Online or call 03-3797-6120 (Omotesando) | 03-6228-5710 (Ginza)

45. Sugar Nails

This Parisian-style, multilingual nail salon in Minami-Azabu offers a fun and playful range of nail designs created by English and French-speaking owner Laura Suga, who opened Sugar Nails after a stint in the French capital as an esthetician. An intimate and friendly salon, prices here are slightly cheaper than average (gel starts around ¥5,000) at no detriment to the lovely service and atmosphere.

English speaking? Yes, and French
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Closed Sundays
Address: Sakura Building 2F, 5-2-38 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku
Reserve: Online or call 080-4433-5238

46. Espoir Nail and Eyelash Extensions


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If you are in the market for new nails and eyelash extensions but don’t have a lot of time to spare in your busy schedule, Espoir should be your top choice. After having a brief consultation on your nail designs and eyelash preferences, you can have both services done at the same time. Please note, you must make a reservation in advance for any treatments here.

English speaking? Basic English
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. | Weekends and Holidays 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Address: 1-15-10 Dougenzaka, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-6452-5030

Hair Removal

47. Sugarista


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Sugarista, as the name suggests, is a salon which specializes in the beauty technique known as “sugaring.” For those uninitiated, sugaring is a type of hair removal practiced in Persia centuries ago. These days it’s blown up internationally thanks to the fact that it’s organic, biodegradable, and hypoallergenic, in addition to being a less painful form of hair removal than waxing.

Using only organic sugaring products from London-based brand Tamara, this cute salon is one of the newest on the scene and has an incredibly friendly team of staff led by the lovely Hikari, a bilingual beauty therapist with over 16 years of experience. Located in the quiet neighborhood of Yutenji near Nakameguro, Sugarista also offers lessons in sugaring for keen beauty students. Get in now before they get too popular!

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥
Opening hours: By appointment
Address: The Peak Building room 3C, 2-50-13 Nakameguro
Reserve: Call 07019413355 or email komugiko.h@gmail.com

48. Hiroo Prime Dermatology

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This dermatological clinic is unique in that the entire staff is made up of women! With a free consultation in addition to a pre- and post-examination, this is a perfect place for any newbies interested in laser hair removal. Though you have the option to select specific areas of the body for hair removal, the most popular are the set plans. These range from removing hair only in your bikini area to removing hair from practically every inch of your body (minus your head, face, and neck). Say hello to the smoothest skin of your life!

English speaking? Some staff can speak English so let them know you need an English-speaker when making a reservation.
Price: ¥¥ ~ ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Daily 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Address: Ebisu Prime Square Tower 2F, 1-1-39 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku
Reserve: Online or call 0120-255-302

49. Musee Platinum

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If you take the train anywhere in Tokyo you’ll have spotted an ad for this popular light hair removal salon brand which has almost 200 outlets across the country. What they lack in bilingual services they make up for in budget-friendly packages that will have you smooth and fuzz-free in just a few sessions. Musee Platinum uses a special gel and light combination known as S.S.C. (Smooth Skin Control Hair Removal) that’s kinder on the skin and less painful than IPL laser treatment. Your first session at any branch consists of a counseling session where you’ll go over your skin and hair type in order to recommend the best course.

English speaking? No. Customer must be able to understand and fill out the contract in Japanese. Treatment availability also depends on your hair and skin type.
Price: ¥¥¥ Check the website for campaigns.
Opening hours, address, tel: Branches across Tokyo. Check the salon finder for details.
Reserve: Online


50. Yamanaka Dental Clinic

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Want to be confident in your smile? Yamanaka Dental Clinic offers top-quality dental aesthetic treatments so you can show off your pearly whites. US certified dentist, Dr. Yamanaka, has spent years doing extensive research and training with top oral surgeons at the University of California, Los Angeles, before returning to Japan and working as a dental surgeon throughout clinics all across the country. He and his entire staff are not only proficient in English but have a mission to provide “world-class dental care”. Services offered range from simple teeth cleanings to the all-coveted teeth-whitening to full-on dental implants. Certified Whitening Coordinators use ZOOM Whitening, a popular teeth-whitening system in the US, to transform stained yellow teeth to a bright white. Say cheeeeese!

English speaking? Yes
Price: ¥¥¥
Opening Hours: Mon to Tue, Thur to Sat 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | Closed Sun, Wed, and Holidays
Address: Excellent Hamadayama 1F, 3-33-18 Hamadayama, Suginami-ku
Reserve: Online or call 03-3304-8217

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