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Find Yamashita-shikki-ten lacquerware shop in Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward

Use our map, directions and photo below to easily find Yamashita-shikki-ten lacquerware shop (Shinjuku ward, Tokyo city) and admire/buy its beautiful Japanese lacquerware! Yamashita-shikki-ten is the lacquerware shop “1” (section B1) on our Get Japan map of Tokyo in spring/summer 2015:
Free map: North of the Imperial Palace (Tokyo, Japan).

From Iidabashi station: Walk north-west for 5 minutes from the subway exit “B3” or 7 minutes from the train exit “West”.

From Zenkoku-ji: Exit the Buddhist temple using the main gate, cross the street, turn left then walk 2 minutes.

From Sapana Kagurazaka-ten: Exit the restaurant, cross the street, turn left then walk 4 minutes.

The entrance of Yamashita-shikki-ten is easy to recognize:
Entrance of Yamashita-shikki-ten lacquerware shop (Shinjuku ward, Tokyo, Japan).

Scared of getting lost in spite of all this information? Ask the Yes in Japan team to organize a personalized private tour including a visit at Yamashita-shikki-ten 🙂

Note: You can cycle to Yamashita-shikki-ten if you rent a bicycle at UDX building

Shopping in Tokyo: Acquire fine shikki lacquerware at Yamashita-shikki-ten!

Family business providing high-grade traditional lacquered products made in Japan since 1947.
Acquire fine shikki lacquerware at Yamashita-shikki-ten (Shinjuku ward, Tokyo, Japan).

Typical prices:

  • Chopstick rest: 500 yens
  • Wooden cup: 5400 yens
  • Vermilion plate: 3800 yens
  • Vermilion bowl: 6300 yens

Open: 11:00-19:00 (Sunday and public holidays: 13:00-19:00)

Phone: (+81) 03-3269-2385
Credit cards: Accepted.
Labels written in: English, Japanese.
Staff speaking: Japanese.

Yamashita-shikki-ten is the traditional shop “1” in the section B1 of our Get Japan map of Tokyo in spring/summer 2015:
Free map: North of the Imperial Palace (Tokyo, Japan).