Alife Tokyo Flagship Store

Without much prior news nor noise, Alife’s Tokyo Flagship store has opened in the heart of Harajuku, Japan. With wooden floors and slick black trims, the store looks very classy and spacious. The store will carry mostly Alife products including their Alife’s own apparel and shoes. If you’re in Tokyo, be sure to drop by. Alife Tokyo 3-15-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo JP 150-0001 – TEL: (03) 5775 0200 Monday – Saturday: 11AM – 7PM Sunday: 12 NOON – 5PM

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Without much prior news nor noise, Alife’s Tokyo Flagship store has opened in the heart of Harajuku, Japan. With wooden floors and slick black trims, the store looks very classy and spacious. The store will carry mostly Alife products including their Alife’s own apparel and shoes. If you’re in Tokyo, be sure to drop by.

Alife Tokyo
3-15-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo
JP 150-0001 – TEL: (03) 5775 0200
Monday – Saturday: 11AM – 7PM
Sunday: 12 NOON – 5PM

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