Tokyu Hands

nendo Unveils New Logo Design for Tokyu Hands
Design

nendo Unveils New Logo Design for Tokyu Hands

The store now goes by its nickname HANDS.

Jason Markk Creates Custom Sneaker Cleaning Kit for Tokyu Hands
Footwear

Jason Markk Creates Custom Sneaker Cleaning Kit for Tokyu Hands

The Japanese department store’s branding appears on a two-piece kit of Markk sneaker cleaning essentials.

Tokyu Hands x BEAMS "WORK HANDS" Concept Store
Design

Tokyu Hands x BEAMS "WORK HANDS" Concept Store

Longstanding fashion imprint BEAMS is collaborating with handy-craft and lifestyle store Tokyu

Monocle Takes a Look Inside the Tokyu Hands Superstore
Fashion

Monocle Takes a Look Inside the Tokyu Hands Superstore

Japanese department store Tokyu Hands was established in 1976 as an original do-it-yourself store

 
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