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Lumine EST Shinjuku 7F, 3-38-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku 3 Chome
Yes, I will go to the 6th floor from the east gate, and it has your own shop.
LUMINE is not in Osaka, but you can go to Shinsaibashi if you want to go shopping.
It was delicious.
For the time being, it was written on the website that "Monday, June 11 will be closed."
I went to the basement floor to buy a present.
Soo much shopping its soo great here.
8 floors of amazing stores. The food on top level all looks great, it was short visit for me because I was looking for looking for bubble tea (Ground floor) and toilet (top floor was not as busy as Ground floor)
Very confusing to run around in. many smaller stores with young fashion
Very impressive for good value goods and restaurant in Lumine EST.
Price is reasonable and brands are sufficient. It is fit for 20s girls. Also have some eating place.
Very nice station. Easy to navigate even without knowing Japanese.
Great shopping mall pack with shops,Cafes and restaurants, got a few tops with decent quality. Located within train station makes it even better experience
This underground series of shops plus the multi level building of boutiques is hours of non stop shopping! 👍
A shoppers paradise...a non shoppers nightmare.
Subway in Tokyo Could do with better explanation on how to use the ticket machines.Basically you are just buying a ticket with money value.Rather than selecting ur destination.Then travel to that value.pitty on last day we figured it out.plus u can but a travel card to avoid all this hassle and top it up as u go,when required.
This is a really good place for younger crowds.. teens and perhaps early 20s. Mainly clothing and cosmetics
Great place to shop for men fashion!
Lots of fashion shops for ladies. Prices not great.
This place sells almost anything. It's a department store and carry quite a wide range of products.
A nice shopping complex with lots of food outlets and many other products on sale here.
Navigating is made very difficult because of the language barrier. There should be more signs for foreigners in predominately English.
Great collection of middle end stuff, also fair food items including dessert in the basement.... But same old Japanese departmental store issues, no place to sit and take a break, worst coffee shops at premier rate, nothing or no play area for small kids under 3...Japanese are great people, but when it comes to babies, they are one of the worst and majority will care less if you are with kids. As a society, Japan needs to address this if they want to attract talent in a decreasing population society.
Very nice shopping mall 👌
Bustling busy with the local people. Might be a little bit tricky to find it. Need to go out from the station through JR Shinjuku SOUTH GATE and turn left.
Nice place and you can see many young fashion designers shop there
Very hard to resist not to shop here!! Be careful ladies
Nice place for shopping but ladies only
So many different places to shop this place was a lot of fun
This is the famous place as meeting location for japanese people.
I stop by this mall every time I visit Tokyo. Best fashion shopping for me. The tax free counter is very efficient too.
My favorite mall in the world. Pure bliss. Favorite stores: ENVYM and Urban Research. It is completely geared towards teenagers and 20-somethings, so if you're older I wouldn't go. The clothes are all before the trends hit the west, and the prices are quite good. Japanese clothing quality cannot be beat. My sister and I practically run here every time we land in Tokyo. I don't mind the crowds, and when I've gone it wasn't too bad. But I would easily shuffle through a crowd any day if I lived near here. I would recommend checking out NEWoMan close by, it is quite different, but also really interesting and fun.
I’m here to meet up with friends, because I’ve been lost for the first time here, and the caring staff helped me find my friend, thank you for your helpful service, and look forward to coming back next time.
Awesome place to shop.
Lots of clothing shops but this place takes the Longest time to Tax refund and their tax refund process is so Not environmental, wasting so many copies of A4 papers, they have to print out additional two pages.
This mall is our terminal wherever we go. This is where we take our train to go around the mtero
Such a well curated mall with really trendy stores. My favourite is BEAMS.
Nice department store.
Great mall very good food restaurants upper floors and great shopping as well
Located just outside the JR station. Very convenient. Lots of things and happenings around this area. You cannot miss it if you are here at Shinjuku
Really good department store, you can find all thing with all price range,
I actively avoid shopping here because the tax refund counter is so extremely inefficient, it's beyond reason. The girls behind the counters are all straight from mainland China and have incredibly bad attitudes. Last time I was here the girls practically ruined my passport by continually grabbing each page and forcefully flipping through it cover to cover for 40 straight minutes. They ignored me when I asked what the issue was and they even igored me when I asked for my passport back because I wanted to give up on the tax refund. All in all pretty sordid business and they've lost me forever.
Good value shopping mall for trendy fashion. Many places for food at top floors.
Nice, clean and many varieties for shopping and food
It's good for locals not so much tourists. If you're travelling through Shinjuku, best to leave the station and department store for the more interesting and 'Japan' places in the East and West sides of Shinjuku Station.
A world class shopping experience. They're adjacent to the Shinjuku train station. It's easy to get lost here to be honest. But lots of shops and little cafes. Fun to walk through.
Usually “station mall” offers reasonable items. But this mall has high end. Expect 20k yen or above for a summer jacket.I would say, go to ZARA which is just a few minutes walk from here, and you can find cooler items for much less.
One of the greatest shopping area in Japan
It was amazing to visit there. Various shops but specially for women's cosmetics and confectioneries. I visited there for art shop named tool shop, which is on the top floor (check copic.jp for the address). Only problem is navigating your, other than that everything was pretty great.
Nice shopping at Shinjuku station. If it is raining, you don't have to leave the station! Lots of trendy shops and nice places to eat or take a break, like Tully's Coffee. A nice variety of stores.
Good department store. Good selection. Good sales.
Lots of endless shops with lots of unique stuff
If you're looking for great fashion at affordable prices, look no further than here. A wonderful selection of many different brand types established and up and coming alike, theres something for every trendy teenager here.
Good sort of stores, another good place to spend some money.
The best part is the top foods with all of the restaurants to eat at. This building mainly caters to female customers which has a wide selection of goods clothing accessories etc. and it’s also connected to the Shinjuku Station as well as the east exit of Shinjuku which is immediate access to the restaurants and shops and kabukicho.
Lots of shopping... Don't break the bank
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