The flagship of Books Kinokuniya
Shinjuku Main Store and Annex

The first Kinokuniya store was built originally in 1927 in Tokyo, with books on the first floor and a second-floor gallery. Today, with eleven floors brimming with a massive selection of Japanese books and magazines, the Main Store stocks over one million copies and is one of the largest bookstores in Tokyo.

*Stationery, and fossils are also available in addition to Japanese books, magazines, comics, and English books. Events are held nearly daily, and the store even runs a theater!

*Drop by the annexbuildingfor Japanese manga, DVDs,and CDs.

* Explore unique specialty shops for leather goods and tobacco pipes and the basement floor for several authentic Japanese restaurants to satisfy your cravings.

* Domestic delivery service is available, including delivery to your hotels.

* Access: a five-minute walk from Shinjuku station with direct access through metro underground passage.

kinochaya201612.jpg* Visit the tea stand "Kino-Chaya", located at the main entrance. Relax with traditional Japanese teas such as matcha and hoji-cha the moment you step into the store.

Our two stores in Shinjuku are tax free shops. Purchases more than 5,400 yen (including tax) in a single day are eligible for 8% tax refund.

tax-free_logo.pngAt Shinjuku Main Store:
Refund counter are in the Foreign Books & Magazines section in the main building and M2F in the annex building.

Books Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store (and annex)

  Phone: +81-3-3354-0131

Foreign Books & Magazines section

  Phone: +81- 3-3354-0624
Address3-17-7 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Business hoursØ Click here
AccessJR Shinjuku station East Exit /
Metro Shonjuku 3-chome Station (S02, F13, M09)
Direct access through metro underground passage
B7 exit