Shopping Harajuku

Time Out says

If there is one gure, and one company, behind the emergence of Sendagaya as a hip destination to rival larger neighbour Harajuku, it is Shin Nakahara and his Landscape Products interior design firm. As well as designing popular venues across Tokyo, Landscape Products conceived hip Sendagaya eateries Pho 321 Noodle Bar and Tas Yard. Thanks to this Landscape Products-run furniture and interiors store, you can now bring a touch of Nakahara’s contemporary yet natural world-informed aesthetic to your own home.

Playmountain was originally opened to showcase the work of Japanese artisans, and has since grown to also offer its own collection which ranges from ceramic jam pots (¥2,592) to leather sofas, and includes lighting, tableware and home office items. Recommended are the elegantly simple ceramic bowls, as used over at the Pho 321 noodle bar (¥4,860).




Address: 3-52-5-105 Sendagaya, Shibuya

Transport: Kita-sando station (Fukutoshin line), Harajuku station (Yamanote line)
Opening hours: 12noon-7pm daily

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