Discover Wonderland, Japan!


Noren’s boutique products range from classic souvenirs to rare and unusual gifts,
connecting visitors to the endlessly captivating stories of the different regions of Japan.

  • MURO神楽坂店
    TOKYOMURO Kagurazaka
    12-1 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0825 MURO Kagurazaka is a gourmet boutique that introduces the lesser-known elements of Japanese food culture to a new audience.
    Discover products such as koji, or rice malt, artisinal miso, soy sauce and sake in the heart of Tokyo’s historic Kagurazaka – a neighborhood that has been at the center of fermented foods for decades.
    MURO Kagurazaka hopes to promote the culture of Japanese fermented foods to the world. MORE
  • 祇園本店
    582 Gionmachi Minamigawa, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 605-0074 Our flagship store is located in the picturesque pleasure quarter of Gion, close to the famous Yasaka Shrine. Inspired by our surroundings, inside the store you’ll find a warm and hospitable space much like the traditional tea houses in the area. MORE
  • 四条通店
    KYOTOShijo Dori
    13 Otabimiyamotocho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 600-8003 Full of the color, sounds and scents of Japan, at our Shijo Dori store you can experience Japan with all your senses. Let the memories of your journey to Japan come flooding back in this multisensory shopping experience. MORE
  • 京極店
    550 Nakanocho, Shinkyogoku-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 604-8042 Get lost among Kyoto’s winding alleyways lined with wooden terrace houses to stumble upon our beautiful Kyogoku store, designed to reflect the local scenery of old. MORE
  • 嵐山店
    1F Arashiyama Square, 3-25 Sagatenryuji Susukinobaba-cho,
    Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 616-8385
    Known for its stunning scenic landscape, our Arashiyama store stocks artisanal, handmade products crafted with materials borrowed straight from the natural surroundings. MORE
  • 浅草店
    1-33-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032 The district of Asakusa is beloved for its vibrant and colorful festivals held throughout the year. Our Asakusa store is meant to reflect the energy and liveliness of the area, to create a shopping environment that will make your heart (and feet) dance. MORE
  • 神楽坂店
    12-1 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0825 Fusing old and new in Tokyo’s picture-perfect French quarter, our Kagurazaka store is as artistic as the district itself. Located at the bottom of Kagurazaka slope, this is the perfect souvenir pitstop while you stroll around the area. MORE
  • 中部国際空港店
    AICHIChubu Centrair International Airport
    4F, Chubu Centrair International Airport,
    1-1 Centrair, Tokoname, Aichi 479-0881
    Conveniently located at the airport entrance, our Chubu International Airport store is the ideal place to browse last-minute souvenirs to preserve your special memories of Japan. MORE
  • 赤レンガ倉庫店
    YOKOHAMAYokohama Red Brick Warehouse
    1-1 Shinko,Naka-ku,Yokohama 231-0001
    Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse 2 1F
    Surrounded by the ocean and splendid greenery, the port city of Yokohama is the symbol of Japan’s opening to the outside world. Though one of the first areas in Japan to welcome foreign cultures, Yokohama has throughout the years preserved its own unique style, as well. The Noren Red Brick Warehouse store has the city’s retro vibe, while it also serves as a place to spread the beauty of Japan to the world. MORE
  • 目黒店
    2-16-9 Kami-osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0021
    Atre Meguro 1 4F
    The subject of many famous ukiyo-e prints, Meguro is still just as popular with locals and tourists as it appears in Japanese traditional artwork. At Noren’s Nakameguro branch, you can find a ukiyo-e come to life through the beautifully decorated interior, themed after seasonal terms used in haiku poetry. Immerse yourself in the story of the area and its art as you browse.
  • 関西国際空港T2店
    OSAKAKansai International Airport T2
    14 Senshukukonaka, Tajiri, Sennan District, Osaka 549-0011 International Gate Area of the Kansai International Airport Terminal2 Need to pick up last-minute Japanese gifts? Or just want some food for your flight? The only Japanese giftshop in the gate area, Noren’s Kansai International Airport Store, in Terminal 2, is your last chance to buy that special souvenir before you fly home. MORE