Beams is a fashion label that stands out for men’s, women’s, and children’s fashion both in Japan and in the fashion blog universe. They have locations all over Japan, but have absolutely dominated one area of Harajuku with several stores for different demographics spanning the entirety of one street block.
Along this stretch of Harajuku’s Meiji-dori you can visit a variety of Beams branches and have a unique shopping experience at each store. You can stop by the branch that specializes in shoes and get yourself some new kicks, or go to the kid’s store to pick up some new duds for the little ones. But if you have never been to any of their locations, you should start at the main store in the center of all the other branches. At the central Beams store, you can get some great items for your wardrobe and daily life and discover what the label is all about. The central Beams location targets the fashion-conscious male, but the ladies can find some fun and flirty fashions at the other Beams stores along Harajuku’s Meiji-dori.
The Beams style and sensibility is designed for all fashion tastes and seasons. In addition to a variety of quirky T-shirts featuring the “Beams Bear,” be sure to seek out their casual-yet-streamlined button-down shirts and leather loafers. Beams also offers a selection of stylish jewelry and accessories, where you can get anything from solid silver key rings to single-strand turquoise necklaces and rope bracelets.
While Beams does offer plenty of fresh additions to your wardrobe, they can also help you stay stylish while you are out and about having adventures! They have a large offering of day packs for short hikes as well as pocket knives and other handy wilderness necessities.
So the next time you are on Harajuku’s Meiji-dori, be sure to stop by Beams and style yourself!
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