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Arguably the coolest konbini (convenience store) in Tokyo, Trunk Hotel’s eponymous store is dedicated to stocking locally made items from fashion and food to bath and beauty products. For ideas on what to get, just refer to the posters, which highlight selected goods along with explanations of their provenance.
Unlikely though it seems, the concrete jungle of Shibuya actually produces its own honey – you can purchase a jar here and sample it in the store’s soft-serve. Fashion hounds looking for local threads should pick up the t-shirts (or baby clothes) made from recycled cotton and the waterproof shoes made in collaboration with Japanese label Moonstar. True to Trunk Hotel’s eco-friendly ethos, the terrace in front of the store hosts a flower market every Monday, at which the leftover blooms from the in-house florists sell for just ¥500 per bouquet.