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Shinjuku Tokyu Hands is a unique department store started as a
Do-It-Yourself store carrying mainly hobby, home improvement, and lifestyle products and do-it-yourself projects. Tokyu Hands in Shinjuku is the first store established and is now the flagship store selling variety of products including toys, games, novelty items, party goods, arts & crafts materials, costumes, bicycles, travel products, hobby materials, household hardware, bathroom goods, tools, do-it-yourself kits, pet supplies, office supplies and stationary, painting, drawing supplies, furniture, lighting, home appliances and storage solutions. Boasting such a wide range of options and specialties along each branch, it isn't uncommon for the elevators at Tokyu Hands to be crowded with guests navigating the busy DIY store.
With so much merchandise to browse from, it helps that the staff at Tokyu Hands are highly-skilled and very friendly guides there to help you find exactly what you need. Guests may spend more time than they expected at the retail store if they aren't careful, so we highly recommend to get what you need first before browsing along the other floors. Some Tokyu Hands locations even offer free DIY classes or workshops in case you run out of ideas for your next craft project. Whatever it may be, hitting up Tokyu Hands is bound to have what you need for your next project.
If you are a crafts or do it yourself fan, join Japan Deluxe Tours during our best-selling line of Quilt Festival Japan Tours to explore this amazing DIY store in Tokyo!
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