About UGUiSU the little shoppe
UGUiSU the little shoppe is a quaint little zakka store that opens every Friday and Saturday located in a “well hidden” quiet area of Azabudai in the heart of Tokyo near Roppongi and Azabujuban. We sell selected Japanese paper items, stationery, kitchen linen, tableware, housewares etc, all made with good quality and designs.
The shoppe is in a lovely vintage apartment which is one of the very rare found historical buildings in Tokyo. This building called Warou Flat 4 was built around 1936 and it has been cherished and well kept by its residents and people who manage the building, while it is very common in Japan that buildings are kept knocked down and rebuilt especially those that are timber constructed.
We hope UGUiSU the little shoppe will be added to the list-of-places-to-go by those who come and visit Tokyo, but if you are little too far from us you can shop online from UGUiSU online store – we ship worldwide with reasonable shipping rate. We hope you enjoy shopping with UGUiSU!
UGUISU is pronounced [ oo・goo・ee・sue ].
It’s a name of the Japanese bird that has enchanting singing voice.
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Friday: 12pm ~ 7pm
Saturday: 12pm ~ 7pm
Sunday: 12pm ~ 5pm.
Warou Flat 4, Room 7. 3-3-23 Azabudai Minato-ku Tokyo 106-0041
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HOW TO GET TO UGUiSU the little shoppe
ROPPONGI 1-CHOME sta. Namboku Line, 7mins from Exit 2
AZABU-JUBAN sta. Ooedo Line/Namboku Line, 8mins from Exit 6
ROPPONGI sta. Hibiya Line/Ooedo Line, 8mins from Exit 3
The shoppe is near the “IIGURAKATAMACHI” intersection where the Gaien-Higashi Dori Road and Tokyo Highway Route 2 crosses. There is a restaurant called SUJI’S a few metres from the intersection, turn into a street at the corner restaurant called CHIANTI further up from SUJI’S and walk towards the end of the street that curves to right where you will see a white 2 storey building with blue green window frames! We are in the room 7 (moved from room 5), please find a little sign board that is right outside the shop door.