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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Loosen your purse strings and go shopping at the massive 12-story Seibu Ikebukuro Flagship Store, with plenty of food, fashion, and houseware choices.
Also known as the Seibu Ikebukuro Honten, it is home to Tokyo's largest food hall—spanning two floors, and the perennial lifestyle favorites, Muji and Loft.
This mega-complex, visited by 70 million people a year, is directly connected to the Ikebukuro Station that serves as a hub for northwest Tokyo. Should you get tired, rest your feet at the rooftop garden, the Floating Garden of Food and Greenery, which is inspired by Claude Monet's landscape paintings.
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