H&M

Shibuya H&M
H&M is a store in Shibuya that just screams out latest fashion. Many people travel to shop at H&M as they are the global leader in the fashion world. They have also been working with other world renown fashion designers such as Designer: Consuelo Castiglioni, who created MARNI a fashion label from Italy. The brand now exceeds $100 million sales per year and is worn by celebrities such as Cindy Sherman, Kyra Sedgwick and Gwyneth Paltrow.
This is the Swedish fashion chain’s fifth store in Japan after Ginza, Harajuku, Yokohama, and Saitama.
 
 
 
The H&M Shibuya store is about 3000 square meters and four floors. Floors 1, 2, and 3 are for womens clothing, and the 4th floor is for mens. 
 
 
 
The Shibuya store is the first H&M in Japan to carry the H&M underwear line.







Below are some images of clothing stocked at H&M for you all to take a little look at.


H&M Shibuya info:

 Address: 33-6 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0042 Japan
  • Phone: 03-5456-7778
  • Hours: 10am – 10pm
  • Map: H&M Shibuya Map
  • Website: Official Site (Japanese)
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26 thoughts on “H&M

  1. Hello Joshh! I’m fineee ^^ how about you? Indeed long time no see haha, wtf i thought i followed you on here heh but i didnt -__- omg.

    Whiehie i love H&M, almost all my clothes & shoes are from that store haha :p. Where are you now in the world btw? Or still in Japan?

    • Im doing great too! It’s been a great year for me!
      I go to H&M for one thing actually, and it’s their bathrobes!
      They’re really comfy n soft! Not to mention, look good too! Hahahahaha!!

      Btw, Yep! i’m back in Japan now!!

  2. *stares* dear God I always want to visit Tokyo TT
    Must be very nice living there isn’t it xD

  3. What a lovely place for shopping and tours.

  4. I was very elegant to see ,i love shopping ,i like the places you are showing thanks for sharing

  5. kat

    Oh, my! Three floors for women! Must allot at least a day for H&M when visitng Japan! hehehe

  6. A jam-packed for shopping!! Love it!

  7. This is a cool place for shopping especially those who are into a fashion blog. Hope H&M will plan to put a branch here in the Philippines.

  8. H&M has really a wide range of fashionable lines that people of different ages would love.

  9. this looks like a must visit place for shopping. Would definitely visit it.

    • Sure, thank for your comment.

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  10. H&M goes world wide! They are more expensive in certain countries though 🙁

    • Sure, thank for your comment.

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  11. H&M has really conquered the world. It is quite popular here in California too. The retail space is not quite as big as the one in Shibuya though.

  12. Ive seen some of H&M before but never bought from it yet

    • Sure, thank for your comment.

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  13. Beautiful store you featured here. H&M items are really of high quality and having a store like this suits them.

    • Sure, thank for your comment.

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