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Near Osanbashi Pier is a small shop with interesting interior décor that sells clothing (with a nautical look) and souvenirs such as mugs, key chains, scarves, bags and jewelry. Quirky clocks and signs adorn the outside of the building. Inside, the small first room has old wooden floors that creak alarmingly. The back room has been decorated like a ship or warehouse with decorative objects such as old diving gear dotted about. Clothing includes T-shirts, sweaters, trousers and jeans. -AH
Mihama is a shoe shopping boutique. Opened in 1923, Mihama offers unique products for their customer. All the products sold at Mihama are original designs, and of excellent quality. Being run by the 3rd generation of owners, the place exudes luxury and class. The staff is well trained, efficient and helps customers with what best fits and suits them. Mihama has about 300 wooden shoe molds for various feet sizes out of which only 150 are in use currently. Mihama has a history in the shoe selling business, and are undoubtedly the best at what they do.
Regal Shoes is a shoe shop specializing in Regal Shoes. Regal Shoes is located on the second floor of Landmark Plaza in Japan's tallest building, the Landmark Tower, in Minato Mirai 21. Regal Shoes is a very popular brand in Japan, and this shop carries the full line of shoes, sandals, and geta, or wooden sandals. However sizes are limited to a "western" size 11. If your feet happen to fall under size 11, then you face a veritable cornucopia of men's and women's dress shoes. There is also a large selection of sandals for the house, the office, or just casual strolling in the warmer months. The selection includes geta, the wooden sandals that are traditional Japanese footwear, and Zori, straw and leather sandals. The staff is friendly, helpful, and can speak a little English.
Mâre Mâre on the fourth floor of Bay Quarter sells boots, sandals, sneakers, pumps and formal shoes in soft, colorful leather for men and women. The vibrant colors and unique styles are alluring. Some jewelry and a few handbags are stocked here too, but the shoes are the real reason to visit. There are branches of Mâre Mâre in Tokyo, and you can also buy their goods from their website. -AH