Tokyo Here I Come!

I would really love to but it’s good enough that I’m at a replicated street that kept my eyes so busy! Tokyo Street is located at the 6th Floor at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Previously, it was pretty quiet section where there is home decor and furnishing like Ode To Art and some artsy gallery. Tokyo Street was launched on 29th July and I only have the chance to visit on the next day.

There are a variety of food and beverage outlet from dining-in to dessert house. I drool over the foodies! Let me list them for you.

  • Nishio Japanese Green Tea
  • En Ginza Café
  • Kindori Japanese Ice Cream
  • Café Takahashi
  • Mochi Sweets
  • Shimino Japanese Crepes
  • Tokyo Don
  • Suka Bento . Sushi
  • The Chef’s Table
  • Tokyo Teppan
  • Mayflower
  • Hokkaido Ramen Santouka
  • Suki-Ya

Lucky me, I was at the right time to watch the Japanese drum performance. The last time I saw was at Melbourne and I remember it was tremendous! Watching this performance reminds me so much of it and I like the energy of such performance. It ain’t easy to hit that drum with hefty strength to keep the rhythm going.

There are also other shops like beauty, mini marts, greens, hair salon, watches and etc. I’m so excited to see Daiso!!! Shops available are:

  • HABA
  • Matsuri Mart
  • Luzern
  • Ochado
  • The Click Shop
  • Oh Japan
  • Yumiku
  • Zen Bonsai
  • Action City
  • The Loaf
  • Groom EXP
  • Orient/Rhythm Japan

Currently they are running a photography contest until 31st August.  Winner will bring back a limited edition lomo cameras from Japan by capturing the ‘Charm of Tokyo Street’.

  • Photographer passes and submission at Tokyo Street Concierge.
  • Latest submission by 5th September 2011.
  • Maximum three entries per participant.

Before entering Tokyo Street, don’t forget to visit the concierge to pick up the brochure of Tokyo Street Opening Privileges. There is a Privilege Card for you to enjoy special discounts, offers or free upon purchase. The offers are valid till 31st August. I’ll be visiting Tokyo Street again on this weekend!

Have you been there? Or have you been to Tokyo street in Japan? What do they have there?

Traclyn Yeoh
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  1. can’t say there’s a street called Tokyo St. in Japan … lol but I guess the closest one might get is Ginza. It’s the most expensive section of land in Tokyo, and the shops are designed to match – designer brands galore!

    • What Pavilion try to imply is the streets in Tokyo, not by the name Tokyo St. Well it’s good to know what they have in Ginza!

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