If you are planning a trip to Japan, be sure to save some time to spend in Shinjuku, home of the country’s largest Disney Store! Shinjuku is one of the 23 wards of Tokyo, making it a possible daytrip while visiting Tokyo Disney Resort. The city is full of bright neon signage for bars, restaurants, and shopping, and areas within the Skyscraper District of the city offer sweeping views of Mount Hakone as well as the city lights.
One of the newest stores in Shinjuku, Disney Flagship Tokyo, is now the largest Disney Store in the company. At three stories tall, Disney fans and collectors will find items based on Disney animated and live action films, as well as merchandise from Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and more. There are even entire sections of the store devoted to theme park merchandise, including some items celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort.
The store is also home to lots of merchandise made in collaboration with Japanese artists and creators, so if you are visiting Disney Flagship Tokyo you will be sure to find items you won’t see at your local Disney Store or at Disney Springs. Among some of these pieces are collaborations with Japanese author Yuko Higuchi, as well as a Pride collection of Disney Flagship Tokyo-exclusive merchandise that shares a portion of proceeds with local LGBTQ+ organizations.
An entire floor of Disney Flagship Tokyo is devoted to a D-Made. While we have similar stores in Walt Disney World in Disney Springs and Tomorrowland where Guests can customize MagicBands, D-Made allows Guests to create their own customized hoodies, t-shirts, and tote bags. Over 50 designs are available here so Guests can create truly unique looks to wear as they head over to Tokyo Disney Resort.
Of course, classic Disney merchandise is also available (and lots of it!) including clothing for babies, children, and adults, plush, accessories, jewelry, and more. We can’t wait to check it out!