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Takashimaya

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693 5th Ave
New York, NY 10022
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(212) 350-0100
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Takashimaya closed its doors. What a heartbreak. The store was exquisite, sophisticated and quiet. No bling, no woman in dirty sneakers (or clean sneakers). Just high end clot...

Worst

I feel like Takashimaya has way too much real estate for the small amount of merchandise that they offer. The items are almost all high-end/high price tag. I have not been able ...

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Takashimaya 3/30/2006

Takashimaya gives new meaning to the term Zen space. It's a breathtaking simple and lovely store with unique items. The store is small, so it is very easy to navigate, plus the Teabox Cafe on the bottom floor has delicious lunches. They have a floral arrangement with orchids and gardenias. There's even a day spa on site. Very friendly staff. more

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A Whole Lotta 3/19/2006

I feel like Takashimaya has way too much real estate for the small amount of merchandise that they offer. The items are almost all high-end/high price tag. I have not been able to bring myself to buy anything for my own home but have on rare occasion bought a gift for someone here (usually a small one that still broke the bank). The biggest reason I come in here is because I love the florist on the ground floor. Skip tea at the tea room (skimpy portions) and instead buy tea at the counter next to the restaurant and make it at home (they have wonderful varieties and beautiful tea sets for sale). more

Takashimaya Florist 8/19/2005

The store has a lot of beauty to offer a shopper period, but my favorite part of the store is their flower department. Conveniently located on the first floor, you'll be instantly enchanted by the fairy like array of beautiful and sometimes strange display of arrangements to be found. Not sure of what you want? No worries, the expert horticulturist(?) will be on hand to make sure you have a perfect arrangement for your floral needs. more

Great Japanese imports 8/17/2005

This Osaka-based retailer's store is compact, assertively stylish and loaded with neat stuff. Six floors of everything from green seaweed flakes to chic clothing to fresh flowers keep browsers rapt for hours, while prices range from affordable to "oh my god." First-floor art installations reinforce the idea of store as cultural experience. Gadget freaks gravitate toward the second-floor array of shiny cameras and trendy sunglasses, while beauty aficionados swoon over prestige brands like Czech & Speake nestled up against off-beat products like Eau de Botot (billed as the world's first mouthwash, invented in 1755). Survey the lifestyle you so richly deserve on the home furnishings floor. Then pop down to the basement to buy tea accessories and take refreshment at the Tea Box cafe. Diners bend over bento boxes filled with Eastern-Western delicacies in a setting as tranquil as a Zen garden. more
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    This Osaka-based retailer's store is compact, assertively stylish and loaded with neat stuff. Six floors, stocked with everything from green seaweed flakes to chic clothing to...

  • 4/5/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Diner's Club, Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Midtown Center

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