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Maison de Reefur
Maison de Reefur

Maison de Reefur, opened on April 14, 2012 in Daikanyama, is a highly anticipated project that’s been in the works for the past two years by Rinka, a famous fashion model in Japan. The store’s concept is “A home in Paris”. The first floor has everything from clothing, shoes, stationary, bedding, candles, a flower shop, all the way to wedding dresses (by appointment only). The second floor is a cute cafe that was created with a hint of parisian decor and serves cafe-style Japanese food and desserts.

I’ve been really excited to visit this store and I have to admit that it was lovely. It’s very airy, has a wonderful scent, and is designed beautifully. However, there were too many staff to the point where they get in the way plus all the items in the store are notably expensive (though I suppose that is only natural, given the high-end location). Either way, if you are a Rinka fan, I’d say it’s worth checking it out. Also make sure you check out my other post here which covers Rosalie, the cafe on the 2nd floor.

Address // 24-7, Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5459-2910
Website // http://www.maisondereefur.com/#/home/

7 comments on “Maison de Reefur

  1. Always get excited when you have posted something new Maki! Thank you for this great blog – it always makes me happy! Leigh

    Leigh de Broize on
    • Thank you so much! Hope you are having a great Golden Week :)

      maki on
  2. omg. what is this place! sooooo cute! it’s like an ultra shabby chic version of anthopologie. LOVE!

    Jules on
    • I wish this place was even larger with more adorable-ness like anthro :)

      maki on
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  4. I will be visiting Japan in February, and I really want to visit this store, but the google map is quite confusing for someone who has never been there. Is there a good indicator of how to get to the shop from the Metro?

    Robyn on
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