MCMworldwide.com

  • MCMworldwide.com
  • Brand Story
  • Lookbook
  • Collection
  • MCM World

MCM

Highlights
Video Feature
Become a fan
 
Latest Tweets
Most Viewed
Most Commented
Most popular Tags
/
MCM Launches Largest European Boutique at Harrods
It's official: MCM celebrates the opening of its largest European boutique at the internationally-acclaimed luxury..
MCM Autumn/Winter 2014 - Digital Soldier
Introducing MCM AW14 season campaign
MCM Debuts at the Malaysian Pavilion
It’s official: on 28 June, MCM debuted in Malaysia’s premier shopping destination, the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Whe..
First Look: MCM Makes Space for Exo in Seoul
It's official: on 26 June 2014, MCM took one stellar step for style & a quantum leap for ‘luxe, in an exclusive Gr..
Road to Brazil 2014: Mario Gotze Joins #TeamMCM
Our Road to Brazil continues: Introducing our sports-meets-style collaboration where football teams with fashion. ..
Munchen Cute Monsters Launch in Berlin
From Brazil to Berlin, MCM teamed samba-with-soccer debuting our Munchen Cute Monsters Limited Edition. In a boss..
Munchen Cute Monsters Kick-Off in London
In celebration of MCM's latest limited edition and the World Cup season, we kicked off the Munchen Cute Monsters c..
Munchen Cute Monsters Kick Off At The Galeries Lafayette
The Munchen Cute Monsters collection kicks off at the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, celebrating a double-entendre f..
MCM Scarf Project - Introducing Xu Hualing
Introducing Xu Hualing whose bright tangerine coloured scarf makes use of the Nanjing Brocade technique. The inspi..
MCM Opens in LOTTE Shenyang
Our German Ambassador Sarah Jane takes you on a tour of our new store in LOTTE Shenyang. Find out more here:
HRH Collection Styles the MCM Princess Clutch
Our US Ambassador HRH Collection styles our brand new Princess Clutch. Find out more here:
MCM Launches Second Retail Debut at the Galeries Lafayette
From pop up to permanent, MCM paints the City of Lights in cognac, celebrating its official premiere in Paris’ leg..
Scarf Project Premiere in China
5 contemporary artists, 5 distinguished designs: What happens when you combine MCM’s spirit of artisanal innovatio..
MCM Debuts Pop-Up Tour at Yokohama Takashimaya
In celebration of MCM’s commitment to travel & all things cognac, MCM debuted an exclusive series of pop-up stores..
Taipei Breeze Centre Grand Opening
Raise your glasses: In celebration of our first opening at the Taipei Breeze Centre, we rolled out the cognac carp..
Blogger Makeover in Chelsea, London - What's He Wearing
This year’s Blogger Makeover took place in Chelsea, London, home to our Flagship Boutique at 5, Sloane Street, jus..
Trending Now - Must-Gift Mother's Day Bags
This SS14 collection offers a colourful array of must-have pieces, as seen on the international catwalks.
New Store Opening at LOTTE in Seoul
Discover our latest store, recently opened in the Seoul branch of historical department store LOTTE. Find out more..
The Style Distillery ft MCM In Singapore
In collaboration with The Style Distillery 01 Absolut Elyx at Lantern - The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, we painted ..
MCM Debuts in The Land of the Rising Sun
In celebration of MCM's highly-anticipated Grand Opening in Tokyo, we painted the town 'Cognac' celebrating our de..

Prev

Next

Taxi! Take me to the MCM store! (Tokyo)

03-02-2011

Tokyo is located on the Eastern side of Honshu, Japan and is the Japanese capital. It is also one of the most important megalopolis in the world. It is a transport hub to get to the whole of Japan and the public transports inside the city, especially the trains are super efficient.


Our Tokyo store is located in United Arrows in the trendy Harajuku area. The area is known all over the world for its most incredible street fashion. There are a few street fashion publications based solely on Harajuku style, one of them being the famous "Fruits". The fashion in Harajuku has often inspired designers the world over.


Depending on where you are staying, there are various options to get to our store, but today we will just be looking at taxis. The first rule in Tokyo when you want to take a taxi is to have the address you want to go to written in Japanese, unless you are going to a well-known hotel. Tokyo is a real maze, even taxi drivers don't always know their way around, simply because they couldn't memorize all the streets!


If you need to flag a taxi, make sure you check the light in the window: if it is red, then you can hail it, if it is yellow, it means it is busy. Once you've found your taxi, do NOT try to open the door. They are automated and you will just end up with a door in your face if you bend down to grab the handle! 


Remember that taxis aren't the cheapest option in Tokyo. It will cost you ¥710 until you reach 2km and then, for every 274m traveled, add on another ¥80.


Dusk Tokyo Japan


3693615197_8125fa0def_o


il_fullxfull.88012921


img_0005


If you want to show the address of our Tokyo store to the driver, here it is:  

ユナイテッドアロ?ズ 原宿本店 ウィメンズ館

?150-0001 東京都?谷?神宮前2-31-12 B1F?1F


In English it is: 

MCM 

UNITED ARROWS HARAJUKU FOR WOMEN

B1-1F, 2-31-12 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001


Tags
tokyo , japan , taxi
Comment
+0