Taking over Books Kinokuniya, the new retail space on Level 3 now offers a line-up of distinctive international brands
Good news, shoppers! The third level of Takashimaya Shopping Centre has reopened in an updated retail space, featuring specially-curated artisan labels from all over the world.
The new 30,000 square-foot wing offers more than 18 fashion, dining and lifestyle brands, some of which are new to the market – so this is the only place to get exclusive designs from these rising ateliers.
Fans of European fashion can enjoy the variety of eclectic European brands, including French labels Rue Madame and American Vintage, Austrian luxury jeweller FREYWILLE and Italian cosmopolitan designer label REDValentino.
There are several familiar favourites here too. Homegrown Colonial-tropical brand BritishIndia has opened another branch here, featuring the brand’s latest limited edition hand-sewn pieces. Anne Fontaine designs are also available at her new boutique here.
QUALITY FOOD & COOKING STUDIO
Quality dining options are also available at Level 3, such as Ginza Kuroson – which serves officially-certified Kobe beef and rare Japanese Wagyu sashimi – and epicurean French sweet shop La Cure Gourmand. There’s even the popular Japanese ABC Cooking Studio here, where you can learn to whip up premium Japanese dishes in no time.
The new Level 3 shops replace Books Kinokuniya, which had previously occupied this section for more than 15 years. Books Kinokuniya is now situated on the fourth floor of Takashimaya Shopping Centre.
By Pamela Chow