Shinjuku Isetan Department Store4.1
This department store in Shinjuku is the headquarters of Isetan Group with a long history dating from 1933. This store's symbolic pattern is a plaid with red and yellow lines, a well-known to Japanese customers for ages. Those interested in fashion will find an intriguing way of presentation and item selection in many of the boutiques here. The annex was opened in 2003 to cater to gentlemen seeking good quality and variety of metropolitan fashion.
Purposenow this is Japanese cuisine,couple,Gourmet,fashion,women,family,shopping
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 17.4km) Google Transit
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3.0a year ago
This is a fairly standard cafe restaurant that has a European feeling about it. Menus are available in English and the staff member who served me was kind enough to do so in that language (although I don't know whether English language ability is widespread among the staff.)There is a decent selection of cocktails and wine available, and food ranging from entrees and snacks to pizza, pasta etc. Tables are also set outside, although there is no view to speak of. Service was fast and efficient and my god and drinks were served promptly. Both smoking and non smoking areas are available. I can recommend this as an OK, convenient place to grab a drink and a light meal in this area.
4.0a year ago
Got a chicken sandwich. Food tasted very good but didn't have much chicken.
3.0a year ago
Good espresso. No separation for smokers.
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3.04 months ago