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Capcom Store Tokyo

The Devil May Cry when he sees this awesome store dedicated to all things Capcom.

With a life-sized Ryu from Street Fighter preparing to spam Hadouken standing outside, Japan’s first Capcom Store is very easy to spot. Located on the sixth floor of the Shibuya Parco shopping complex, the store is filled to the brim with all manner of Capcom related goods.

Ryu from Street Fighter at the Capcom Store Shibuya Parco in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin Hadouken!

Street Fighter, Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Ace Attorney—all the popular franchises are here, plus more! Whether you prefer to use your fists, a mega buster, or your keen deductive reasoning to fight baddies, you’ll definitely find something that catches your eye.

Inside Tokyo’s Capcom Store

Capcom Store Shibuya Parco in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin Japan’s first Capcom Store.

The store is quite small but the walls are stacked with enough exclusive merchandise to satisfy even the most extreme fan. Socks, mugs, figurines, t-shirts, character cookies—the variety of choices is almost overwhelming.

One wall is completely lined with plushies of all Capcom’s characters. These ridiculously cute soft toys range from palm size to pillow size.

Capcom Store Shibuya Parco in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin Plushies galore.

Not tempted by an adorable Ryu or Ken? Check out the range of stationery goods for something more practical. Set your desk apart from your stale office coworkers with a Mega Man notebook or feather pen.

Capcom… perfume??

The pièce de résistance of the store has to be the perfume. Yes, perfume. If you’ve been wondering what Dante from Devil May Cry or Phoenix Wright smell like, here’s your answer. The character-based perfume sets even come in Monster Hunter versions, if you prefer a wilder aroma.

Take a peek at more of the exclusive goods at the Capcom Store’s official website.

Capcom Store Shibuya Parco in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin A killer photo op.

After shopping you can snap selfies with Ryu, or head over to other dedicated photo spots. In the Monster Hunter section of the store there’s a large Rathalos mural, with a 3D claw for added drama. Armed with the scent of a true monster hunter, wield the over-sized sword and strike a heroic pose to commemorate your visit.

Find more spots for your Japanese pop-culture pilgrimage in our anime and manga section.

Things To Know

Opening Hours

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

How To Get There


15-1 Udagawachō, Shibuya City, Tōkyō-to 150-0042, Japan

By train

The Shibuya Parco shopping complex is a five-minute walk from Shibuya Station. The Capcom Store is up on the sixth floor in the Cyberspace Shibuya area.

Where To Stay

The Millennials Shibuya
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The OneFive Tokyo Shibuya
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Sequence Miyashita Park
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Shibuya Creston Hotel
  • 10-8 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0047 Japan
  • ¥14,600 - ¥112,500
  • 0.4 km
All Day Place Shibuya
  • 1-17-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0002 Japan
  • ¥35,856 - ¥118,800
  • 4.17/5 (50 reviews)
  • 0.4 km

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