15 Best Japanese Clothing Brands to Know in 2022: Japanese Fashion (2023)


A fusion of high fashion, minimalism, and streetwear.

15 Best Japanese Clothing Brands to Know in 2022: Japanese Fashion (1)

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BY Nav Gill

Last Updated
May 6, 2022

When it comes to Japanese clothing brands, the first things that come to mind are often fashion retailers like Uniqlo, the avant-garde stylings of Comme des Garçons, or hypebeast-approved menswear labels such as BAPE, Cav Empt, and Mastermind Japan. While Japanese street style is often noted for its over-the-top approach compared to the minimal aesthetic seen in Europe, the most popular Japanese clothing brands are an amalgamation of all of the above: a fusion of high fashion, minimalism, and streetwear.

Rei Kawakubo, Issey Miyake, and Yohji Yamamoto have been stalwarts of the Japanese fashion scene for decades, and now a new wave of innovative upstarts are reinvigorating the East Asian design landscape. For example, take Tomo Koizumi, who was catapulted to fame after being discovered by LOVE’s Katie Grand and subsequently showed his debut collection of colorful, exaggerated tulle pieces during NYFW’s fall/winter 2019 season. It was recently announced that Koizumi had been tapped by Pucci to produce an exclusive capsule collection for the Italian luxury brand, to be released for spring/summer 2021.

One thing’s for sure: Japanese fashion is, and has always been, ahead of the curve when it comes to trends. With that in mind, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of Japanese clothing brands every woman should know—and add to her closet, ASAP. From AMBUSH to Undercover and everything in between, keep scrolling for our guide to the top Japanese designers of the moment and the key pieces to shop this season.


Comme des Garçons

One of the most widely known names when it comes to Japanese clothing brands, Comme des Garçons was established by designer Rei Kawakubo in the 1970s and continues to be one of the most exciting names in both avant-garde and contemporary fashion today. Though the collections are still designed in Aoyama, Tokyo, where the label was founded, CDG is a highlight on the Paris Fashion Week schedule, known for its dramatic runway presentations and expertly draped, sculptural garments. Comme des Garçons pieces are a timeless, trend-defying addition to any woman’s wardrobe, however, thanks to the brand’s focus on staple garments constructed with an offbeat edge.

For 2022, you’ll find us pairing this versatile V-Neck Wool Cardigan in navy with this tailored jacquard blazer in a cool checkerboard pattern; teamed with a pair of heeled boots and tailored trousers, it’s the perfect fall/winter work ensemble. For the spring season ahead, stay toasty in the soft Patchwork Felt Coat, a voluminous A-line shape and Valentine’s Day-esque color-way is the perfect topper for February.

If you’re looking for a more casual yet still luxurious entry-point to CDG, consider the Comme des Garçons Play line, comprising of T-shirts, cardigans, sweatshirts, Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers, and more, emblazoned with CDG’s signature heart-with-eyes logo, available at global stockists such as Dover Street Market.


Junya Watanabe

A Bunka Fashion College graduate, Junya Watanabe is a protégé of Rei Kawakubo, having gotten his start in the industry with a pattern making apprenticeship at Comme des Garçons in the mid-1980s. Known for his experimental approach to design and focus on incorporating innovative, technical fabrics in his work, Watanabe was granted his own eponymous line under the Comme des Garçons umbrella in the early ‘90s.

This season we’re turning to Junya Watanabe’s namesake Japanese clothing brand for our dark and dramatic fall/winter needs. Case in point: these distressed cropped jeans are the ultimate versatile pair of denim. Kick up the vintage rock feel with the brand’s asymmetric T-shirt dress. We know Versace loves a good collaboration moment and this vintage Aerosmith tee gets a makeover with Versace’s signature silk scarfs and a chunky chain necklace. Paired with leather or PVC pants, it makes for a subversive and too-cool-for-school outfit.

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Chitose Abe’s Japanese clothing brand sacai has been one of the most buzzworthy names on the Paris Fashion Week schedule for several seasons now, and for good reason. Having cut her teeth under Comme des Garçons and Junya Watanabe, Abe launched sacai as a knitwear label in 1999. Fast-forward 20 years later and sacai is a notable womenswear-first luxury brand combining streetwear sensibilities with high-end design notes. It’s this unique perspective that’s led the brand to collaborate with the likes of The North Face, Pendleton, and perhaps most notably, Nike, whose highly coveted LD Waffle sneaker is still selling way above retail prices on platforms like StockX.

This season we’re incorporating some of sacai’s more utilitarian-led pieces into our closet. The crisp, white cotton poplin shirt dress with a built-in layered top is a stylish addition to any workwear wardrobe and can be worn under the label’s two-tone trench coat on colder days. Complete your FW22 look with the ultimate trench made of contrasting wool felt and gabardine—its mixed-media design embodies the brand’s deconstructed ethos. It’s the best of both winter jacket worlds as a trench-meets-peacoat jacket hybrid.


Yohji Yamamoto

Considered a “master tailor” and rightfully so, Yohji Yamamoto’s eponymous Japanese clothing brand reinvigorates any wardrobe with the most stunning yet wearable garments that retain their appeal even after decades. As an outspoken fan of the color black, it’s no surprise the majority of this avant-garde artist’s designs are executed in black, gray, and white. We love this edgy take on an elongated cardigan, arriving in a dramatic knit silhouette with subtle distressed details. As for Yamamoto’s Two-Tone Cropped Trousers, laid-back navy pants provide the party in the front while tailored work slacks keep the business in the back. Whether you wear a formal shirt or opt for a casual tee tucked into the waistband, these trousers are innately versatile.

For a statement piece that’s suitable for maximalists and minimalists alike, the High-Low Shirt is a no-brainer. This streamlined top looks simple upon a first impression with its archetypal collar, long sleeves, and a front button fastening, but is finished with a panel draped over the back and belt tabs at the sides, elevating it to anything but a simple work shirt.


Noir Kei Ninomiya

Yet another Comme des Garçons alumnus, Kei Ninomiya started his career working as a CDG patternmaker for just four years before his mentor, Rei Kawakubo, entrusted the designer with his own label under CDG: Noir Kei Ninomiya. A hyper-creative pattern cutter by trade, Ninomiya’s dexterity in creating unconventional silhouettes is evident throughout his work, from his voluminous and often theatrical garments seen on the runway, to the intricate details found in his commercial accessories.

For the colder months, when basics like plain long-sleeve shirts are required, there’s no better item than Ninomiya’s Tulle-Trimmed Sweater knit from silk, which is cozy and stylish at once. We’ll be accessorizing ours with a mid-length black skirt or cropped, tailored pants and finishing with Ninomiya’s inflated bomber jacket. Arriving in an oversized shape and constructed of lustrous taffeta, the oversized jacket is gathered at the hems for a unique shape. Likewise, fans of bold outerwear will likely be keen on the Tailored Blazer Coat beneath a tulle mini dress. With its layered appearance, this pre-styled piece of outerwear will definitely set any outfit apart from the pack.



Noted for their fusion of Americana style with high-quality design and fabrics, Japanese clothing brand visvim products are crafted with a focus on longevity rather than trend cycles. With that in mind, the brand has built a cult following of fanatics who crave cool and considered design, with quality manufacturing that ensures garments will stand the test of time.

We love visvim’s 100% cotton jean jacket made from hand-spun denim in Japan. Their cropped fit and straight cut are a perfect companion for casual wear over everyday T-shirts as well as a tailored shirt or blouse. For example, the Asymmetrical Polo Top is a dreamy rework on a classic tee; the pure cotton shirt maintains comfort and versatility while the high-low hem adds a high-fashion feel. Keep the casual-yet-polish feel going with visvim’s ironed High-Rise Chinos. When it comes to footwear for the winter-to-spring transition, we’re wearing visvim’s Chamberlain sneakers in creamy shades of leather and suede. The lace-up high-rise silhouette gives a cool street style look and thick Vibram® soles are perfect for walking the whole city.

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AMBUSH, the Tokyo-based label led by Verbal and Yoon Ahn, began life as a jewelry brand so it’s no wonder that Ahn has now come full circle, designing jewelry for Dior Homme under Kim Jones. Over the years, the duo turned their hand toward apparel and accessories while continuing their pop culture-inspired jewelry line, with celebrity friends like Kanye West, Lady Gaga, and Rihanna all spotted wearing Ambush designs. Collaborations with Nike, Converse, Rimowa, and Bvlgari have only further solidified Ambush’s status as one of the Japanese clothing brands to watch.

Our eyes are forever on AMBUSH’s footwear offerings – in particular, these new Rubber Ankle Boots are a perfect fit for the chunky rain boots trend and are a surefire conversation-starter (Hello, Bottega green). When it comes to fall/winter wardrobe essentials, we all need to invest in a sweater-blazer combo. We recommend AMBUSH’s oversized hoodie dress with a drawstring and hooded neckline and boxy, elongated fit layered under the brand’s Wrapped Belted Blazer, which is made from a virgin wool blend, boasting modern, angular slits at the neckline.



Jun Takahashi’s Undercover is that rare kind of Japanese clothing brand that straddles the worlds of streetwear and luxury with equal acclaim in each. Takahashi’s early work was heavily inspired by the punk and grunge subcultures, and while they are strongly referenced in his collections today, his contemporary work has taken on more of a technical slant, which has led to diverse collaborations with Nike, Supreme, and Valentino.

During winter time (or as we like to call it, cocooning season), layers are key. We’re filling our closets with cozy Undercover knitwear like the grungy satin bomber jacket with a built-in knitted cardigan. Alternatively, style this graphic puffer jacket with voluminous sleeves and a belted wrap design with Undercover’s deconstructed wide-leg pants for a look that’s as edgy as it is chic.


Issey Miyake

One of the best known Japanese clothing brands of all time is Issey Miyake, so much so that its eponymous designer is essentially a household name, with a career that’s spanned half a century — and counting. Famous for his innovative pleat technology, which gave him the ability to produce garments that retain their flexibility and ease of wear, but also have pleats (that hold their shape over time) incorporated into the design itself, Miyake is a true design pioneer.

When it comes to effortless elegance, look no further than the PLEATS PLEASE line, which somehow manages to be simultaneously casual and sophisticated. In particular, we’re big fans of the slouchy Plissé Pleated T-Shirt in iridescent green, which has a relaxed fit, cap sleeves, and asymmetric hem. Wear it with tie-dye Plissé Shibori Trousers, which have an elasticated waistband and curled hems. They’re perfect for tucking into Miyake’s Grey Bounce Knee-High Boots in the colder months.

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Founded under Keizo Shimizu’s Nepenthes label, Japanese clothing brand Needles’ aesthetic merges Americana influences (particularly military, Western, and collegiate style) with Japanese textiles and craftsmanship. All Needles products are manufactured in Japan and stocked in prestigious retailers including Goodhood, Slam Jam, and Couverture & The Garbstore.

The beauty of Needles’ 7 Cuts garments is that no two are ever exactly the same; each modge-podged piece is constructed from several vintage shirts, rebuilt into one new piece with visible tonal stitching throughout. Try the 7 Cuts Football-Print Long Sleeve T-Shirt for an elevated take on the athleisure collegiate trend loved by celebrities like Hailey Bieber. We love the Oxford vibe of the Glen-plaid twill trousers as an upscale alternative to casual denim.

If you’re still working from home but don’t want to compromise on style over comfort, may we suggest the Butterfly-Embroidered Tracksuit? Needles’ track jackets and pants have a cult following and regularly sell out. Our current favorites arrive in wine-red and have a slouchy, straight-leg fit, an elasticated waistband, and zipped side pockets. Added design details include lime-green stripes running down the lateral side seams and Needles’ signature butterfly emblem embroidered in the same shade.



Having started life as a small accessories brand, SUICOKE soon found its footing in functional footwear, sandals in particular. The brand, which is led by an anonymous creative collective in Japan, is known for its überpractical sandals with Vibram soles (the first original sandals to use them). Such is SUICOKE’s appeal in both streetwear and high fashion that it’s had several successful collaborations with designers like Copenhagen Fashion Week’s sweetheart Cecilie Bahnsen and labels like Stüssy, maharishi, A.P.C., Nepenthes, and even Danish homeware brand HAY.

For 2022, we’re still fawning over The Elder Statesman collab on the coziest house shoe you can wear outdoors, made of cashmere and an embroidered Velcro strap. We also adore the Tom Wood-exclusive slip-on MOTO Leather Sandals, which have two adjustable leather Velcro straps to secure your feet–ideal for wearing with casual dresses and slouchy, tailored pants alike.

For a more classic look, turn toward the SSD-CoMab slippers made of taupe corduroy and lined with soft shearling. This pair is sure to be a wardrobe staple for countless chilly and transitional seasons to come.



Japanese label Auralee focuses on researching and developing raw materials and textiles with attention to detail. The products may appear simple, but you can understand the brand’s dedication to modern refinement if you closely observe them.

Auralee is one of the few brands that can be seamlessly integrated into one’s wardrobe. That’s because founder and designer Ryota Iwai purposely create his collections to be an authentic extension of the wearer's style. Opt for the crochet button-up T-shirt with lightweight Organic Cotton-Terry shorts in the summer. The Front-Seam Cotton-Velour Trousers and bouclé sweater have you covered when the temperatures drop.

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SASQUATCHFABRIX is an under-the-radar, cutting-edge brand that melds fashion with lifestyle. From wester-inspired jackets to Chinese-inspired jackets and everything in between, the brand incorporates traditional and non-traditional designs into each of its pieces. This is a great name to keep in mind when seeking a unique street-style look for formalwear or summer outfits.



Y-3 is the Japanese brand between Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto, a Japanese designer. Yamamoto’s brand stems from his avant-garde designs and striking silhouettes. His partnership with Adidas aims to bring Yamamoto's sartorial aesthetics to the brand by fusing high fashion with advanced performancewear.

Given the brand’s focus on tactical silhouettes, it’s no surprise that Y-3 goes beyond youractivewear and loungewear favorites. Style the green Long-Sleeve Tech Shirt and matching Palazzo Trousers with a bralette and platform heels or the cream-hued ​​Oversized-Belted Blazer to complete a monochromatic look.



Japanese running brand Asics has kept men and women on their feet since 1977—its supportive and agile designs offer superior performance for any adventure. There’s always a time to rock these shoes from the streets to the treadmills. Try the retro-inspired Gel-Kayano 14 sneakers, which provide technicality, functionality, and comfortability thanks to their GE technology, allowing you to reach your full potential with every step. If you’re looking for a fashion sneaker, the GEL-LYTE III OG sneaker is your best bet.

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What is the most popular clothing in Japan? ›

The kimono (着物), labelled the "national costume of Japan", is the most well-known form of traditional Japanese clothing. The kimono is worn wrapped around the body, left side over right, and is sometimes worn layered.

Why is Japan famous for fashion? ›

Japan has the reputation of being one of the world's fashion epicentres, for so many reasons. Japanese fashion became very popular thanks to its unique heritage and amazing culture.

What is the 2022 clothes trend? ›

2022 Fashion Trend: Regencycore, Continued

Corsets, pearls, lady cardigans, and prim florals show no signs of a slow-down. Embrace this form of head-to-toe elegance for polished occasions like work or a party. Or, flirt with the trend with a single frilled piece combined with leggings and sneakers.

What brands are Gen Z wearing? ›

  • Streetwear brands have a hold on their top five.
  • Nike is number one, always.
  • SHEIN is in for Gen Z, PINK and Target are out.
  • The North Face and Patagonia are the eco-friendly, socially-aware kind of cool.
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What is trending in Japan 2022? ›

The 2022 Japanese fashion trends are, as always, inspired by Tokyo's everyday life and styles. Particularly, Harajuku streets, hence the bold colors, oversized proportions, experimental layers, clashing prints, and tactile materials.

What style is popular in Japan? ›

Of course, the looser fitting, baggy pieces of clothing is very popular in street fashion all over the world; and Japan is no different. You'll see sagging jeans, big oversized hoodies, bright colors, and big, graphic designs. But you'll also see more structured oversized pieces as well, like button downs and blazers.

What to wear in Japan 2022? ›

Smart-casual attire like tank tops and light blouses will keep you cool and comfortable while sightseeing. When the temperatures drop, layer up with a lightweight cardigan, sweater or denim jacket. Rain Jacket. Don't let spring showers get in between you and Japan's treasure trove of natural wonders.

What is Japanese style called? ›

Kimono were so accepted as the main form of fashion that the name, kimono, literally means “thing to wear.” With its elegance and versatility, it's no wonder the kimono has survived so long. Today, the kimono is still known as the national dress of Japan.

What is the cute Japanese style called? ›

Kawaii (Japanese: かわいい or 可愛い, IPA: [kawaiꜜi]; 'lovely', 'loveable', 'cute', or 'adorable') is the culture of cuteness in Japan.

Which brand is best for outfits? ›

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  • Fabindia. John Bissell founded Fabindia, a healthy Indian brand, in the year 1960.
24 Jun 2022

What is the luxury brand of clothes? ›

What are Luxury Fashion Brands? Luxury fashion brands sell upscale, sought-after and expensive clothing, shoes and accessories. Examples of popular luxury fashion brands include Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci and Prada.

What is the top 10 luxury brand? ›

See our methodology, definitions, and sources at the end of this article.
  1. Gucci. Gucci is the most popular luxury brand online in 2022. ...
  2. Dior. Dior is the second most popular luxury brand online this year. ...
  3. Chanel. Chanel is the third most popular luxury brand online in 2022. ...
  4. Louis Vuitton. ...
  5. Hermès. ...
  6. Rolex. ...
  7. Tiffany. ...
  8. Prada.
15 Nov 2022

What should I wear in Tokyo now? ›

Try to wear neat and well-maintained clothing, and keep yourself well-groomed. For example, holes in socks are a big no-no, because you spend lots of time without shoes on – visiting temples, shrines and traditional restaurants etc. Shorts, jeans, and even camisoles are perfectly fine to wear.

What is cute culture in Japan? ›

The cuteness culture, or kawaii aesthetic, has become a prominent aspect of Japanese popular culture. Kawaii is a culture of cute that refers to anything charming, sweet, childish, or naive. The aesthetic includes toys, movies, entertainment, food, clothes, and looks, among other things.

Are Japanese people Stylish? ›

The Japanese are known as some of the most fashionable populations in the world. Fashion, appearance and personal grooming are very important to a lot of men and women in Japan. With Japanese street fashion in the major urban areas being copied throughout Asia.

What's the color of 2022 for clothes? ›

According to fashion's top designers, we're in for a very regal 2022. Just look at the color palette! Royal purple, jewel-tone teal, and burning red are all trending hues incorporated on the Fall/Winter 2022 runways, each with its glamorous style.

What Colour is in fashion now 2022? ›

Periwinkle is Pantone's Colour of the Year for 2022, and this coat captures it perfectly.

What Colours are trending for 2022 clothes? ›

For 2022, it's all about vibrant cerulean, a tone commonly associated with the warmer months but that designers have reimagined by way of tailoring and satin party dresses for autumn/winter. Pair this with jeans and a white tee for a casual spin.

What are the 7 types of fashion? ›

There are seven (7) dressing styles:
  • Classic.
  • Relaxed.
  • Dramatic.
  • Creative.
  • Rebellious.
  • Feminine.
  • Elegant Chic.

What is the most popular trend in 2022? ›

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What is the top fashion for spring 2022? ›

2022 Spring Trend: Y2K Yay

Halters tops and dresses are big this season, as are cutouts — a continuing trend from 2021 that proves skin is still in, whether you go the spliced, cropped, or bra-top route. To top it all off, go with playful jewelry like multicolored beads layered with pearls. Go on, do the most.

What age is Gen Z? ›

Researchers and popular media use the mid-to-late 1990s as starting birth years and the early 2010s as ending birth years. Most members of Generation Z are children of Generation X.

What is Japan's age in 2022? ›

The age of adulthood was long defined as starting from 20 in Japan, as first stipulated in an 1876 proclamation. From April 1, 2022, however, through a revision in the Civil Code, it has been lowered to 18.

What month is fall 2022 Japan? ›

Autumn is the season of gorgeous fall foliage, traditional festivals, and delicious food.

What do girls in Japan wear? ›

The kimono is the traditional dress of Japan. It's got long sleeves and reaches from the shoulders all the way down to one's heels. Different types of kimono are worn depending on the occasion; kimonos for everyday wear are a lot simpler than those for formal occasions.

How to dress up like a Japanese girl? ›

Japanese clothing
  1. Go for a baggy and oversized silhouette.
  2. Opt for wide-leg trousers.
  3. Neutral & muted colours.
  4. Plaids & stripes.
  5. Look out for MUJI-esque fabric.
  6. Layer up to add texture.
  7. Stick to comfortable and versatile shoes with simple designs.
  8. Socks, socks, and socks.
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How do girls dress in Tokyo? ›

You'll find women most often turned out in a sharp skirt, blouse, and heels. Since you'll be walking all day, dress comfortably, but in clothing that's neat and fitted. A tucked-in shirt or trim sweater, trousers, or dark jeans, and a comfortable but stylish shoe will help you avoid standing out.

Can you wear black in Japan? ›

While it is true that people wear black during funerals, it does not mean black is for funerals only. You can wear all black whenever and where ever you like. Tank tops and shorts are perfectly fine. Working Japanese usually do not wear shorts, so you don't see them in shorts except on weekends.

What is modern Japanese style? ›

Modern Japanese interior design is rooted in minimalist principles, clean lines, and natural materials. With modern Japanese-style rooms, you'll see simple, oftentimes low, furniture, blank walls, as well as a neutral color palette. In modern Japanese-style homes, less is more.

What is Japanese hair called? ›

Nihongami (日本髪, lit. 'Japanese hair') is the term used for a number of traditional Japanese hairstyles considered to be distinctive in their construction and societal role.

How do you show respect in Japan? ›

In Japan, people greet each other by bowing. A bow can ranges from a small nod of the head to a deep bend at the waist. A deeper, longer bow indicates respect and conversely a small nod with the head is casual and informal. If the greeting takes place on tatami floor, people get on their knees to bow.

What is Japan famous for? ›

Japan is famous for natural sights like cherry blossoms and Mount Fuji, cutting-edge technology like Japanese cars and bullet trains, wacky inventions like karaoke and vending machines, cultural values like politeness and punctuality, popular anime and manga, and mouth-watering food like ramen and sushi.

What are the 3 styles of Japanese? ›

These three systems are called hiragana, katakana and kanji. If that sounds overwhelming, don't worry! Hiragana and katakana are easy enough to learn – and will be a big help if you're thinking about travelling to Japan, or learning basic Japanese. Learning kanji is a little trickier, but we'll come to that later.

How do you say I love you in Japanese language? ›

The word ai shiteru 愛してる is essentially the default phrase for "I love you" in Japanese. It is also the one that arguably comes closest in meaning to the English expression "I love you." The character 愛 ai literally translates to "love," typically with the connotation of romantic love.

How do I look like kawaii? ›

Dress brightly and colorfully.

Accessorize well and make sure your outfits look good together. Try finding old or used clothes and add lace, bows or other cute attributes. Many things that don't seem kawaii can look great with some changes. For example, you could add cute animal stickers to white sneakers.

How do you find your style? ›

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What colors are trending in clothing? ›

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What style jeans are in for fall 2022? ›

Fall's most popular denim style is oversize wide-legs. Cut like a palazzo pant, with a relaxed shape that flares gently from the waist to floor-grazing hems, they work with everything from a jean jacket to a blazer or boatneck top.

What American brands are popular in Japan? ›

Some well-known American-based companies in Japan: GE, Apple, Dell, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Google, Coca-Cola, Adidas,Nike, Harley-Davidson, Citibank, Bank of America (Merrill Lynch), Aflac, American Express, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Prudential, Goldman Sachs, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Hard Rock Café, Tony ...

What are famous brands in Japan? ›

10 Of The Largest and Most Popular Japanese Companies
  • Nintendo.
  • Toyota.
  • Canon.
  • Sony.
  • Asics.
  • Shiseido.
  • Asahi Breweries.
  • Studio Ghibli.
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Is Zara a Japanese brand? ›

ZARA (Spanish: [ˈθaɾa]) is a Spanish multi-national retail clothing chain. It specialises in fast fashion, and sells clothing, accessories, shoes, beauty products and perfumes. The head office is in Arteixo, in A Coruña in Galicia. It is the largest constituent company of the Inditex group.

What is an American called in Japan? ›

Westerner ("seiyohjin" or "western ocean person") is used by Japanese in formal speech or writing to refer to Euramericans in general. But often they'll just use the term "gaijin" or, more politely "gaikokujin", (gai means "outside", and koku means "country"), meaning "foreigners" .

What is the most popular shop in Japan? ›

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  • Don Quijote.
  • 100 yen stores.
  • Konbini.
  • Loft.
  • Tokyu Hands.
  • Muji.
  • Isetan Mitsukoshi.
  • Tsutaya Book.
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What to give Japanese as a gift? ›

Food and drink serves as one of the most popular gifts in Japan, especially for small-scale gift-giving occasions such as Oseibo and Okaeshi. Popular food and drink gifts include confectionery, cakes, teas, spirits and teas.

What are top 10 brands? ›

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What are 3 products of Japan? ›

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  • Blue and White Tableware.

What is famous in Japan to buy? ›

#1: Sake. No trip to Japan is complete without a few sips (or bottles) of sake, a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. Buying a bottle of sake—whether a fancy one in a sake brewery or at the airport on your way home—is totally worth your yen.

Is Zara more expensive than H&M? ›

Zara was slightly more expensive, and it didn't offer everything H&M did in terms of basics, beauty products, and accessories. Even though Zara was less cluttered and is performing well sales-wise, I found that H&M had more to offer overall.

Does Zara own H&M? ›

H&M is the second largest international clothing retailer, behind Inditex, the parent company of Zara. H&M was founded by Erling Persson, and its current CEO is Helena Helmersson.
H&M store on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan
ProductsClothing, accessories
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Operating incomeUS$1.8 billion (2019)
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What is the luxury brand of Zara? ›

Massimo Dutti

This is Inditex's higher-end label, and it's targeted at an older customer. Prices are higher than at Zara, and the focus here is less on staying on trend but rather on creating more classic, timeless styles.


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