Nitori is frequently described as “the Ikea of Japan,” which is a fair description although Nitori has a slighter smaller range of furniture but offers a wider choice of tasteful designs when it comes to soft furnishings and so on. It also includes Japanese necessities such as futons, futon covers, kotatsu, electric carpets and a plethora of fuzzy toilet seat covers. The low-cost retailer excels in seasonal home accessories, regularly updating its designs. This Shibuya branch opened in 2017 and offers nine floors of everything you need to kit out your home.
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