Tokyo’s Best Winter Sales Are Happening Right Now

The holidays are over, but the festive spirit doesn’t have to end quite yet. With most department stores in Japan launching major new year’s sales until about mid-January, combined with our subconscious desire to start fresh and clean, the beginning of the new year is THE best time to splurge on new outfits for yourself and the family. So take the chance and go hunt for that bargain deal at our seven recommended sales happening in and around Tokyo as we speak.

1. ‘OdaiBargain’ at Venus Fort, Odaiba 


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With up to 80% off (including outlet shops) this is the real deal this season. Here you can find pretty much everything for the entire family regardless of what your fashion tastes or practical needs are — plus it’s a very pretty place to just walk around. A total of 80 shops are participating in the winter sale, including Jeans Mate, Beams Outlet, Puma Outlet, FrancFranc Bazaar for houseware and home decor goods, Diesel, United Colors of Benetton, Laox for everything electronic and even Pet Paradise for your furry friends at home.

Where: 1-3-15 Aomi, Koto-ku, Odaiba
Sale: Until Mon, Jan. 14, 2019

2. Roppongi Hills Winter 2019 Sale


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Home to exclusive high-end brands from all over the world and all things trendy, Roppongi Hills is a place we wish we could afford to go shopping at more often than we actually can. But this time around, most of its stores — around 65 to be more precise — are offering discounts of up to 70% and that includes women’s and men’s wear, lifestyle and homeware, kids’ wear and toys and more. From Adidas, Burberry, Diesel, to Kate Spade—the temptation is real and the discounts are great.

Where: 6-11-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Sale: Until Mon, Jan. 14, 2019

3. Takashimaya Nihonbashi Clearance Sale


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