Tower Records ShinjukuCurrently Closed
- Address: Japan, 〒 160-0022 Tokyo, Shinjuku, 3-37-1 Flags
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-353607811
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids
Tower Records Shinjuku is a popular record store that right since the time of its establishment has been attracting music lovers from far and wide. They have an extensive selection of records and are spread across three floors. At times live events are also organised and you might be able to catch your favourite band performing. If you are looking for a music record that you can’t find anywhere else, you are sure to find it here at Tower Records Shinjuku.
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Amazing selection, good staff. Largest collection of classical CD'S in the world, huge collection of rock, jazz, and all genres. A must stop location if you like CD's.
Great place to shop if you are into Japanese music. Browsing the shop was easy and I was able to find the CD I was looking for.
Best record store in Tokyo for contemporary artists from 90s_00s_10s. Both the shibuya +Shinjuku branches are worth a visit
Tower Records is popular to people of all ages who enjoy recorded music, who patronize their favorite artists through buying their albums and singles. It is a good place to shop for records may it be new releases or back stocks.
It was great! Not quite as big as the Shibuya branch, but that's a harsh comparison since Shinjuku branch does have four floors, comprising all the Western and Eastern popular music you could want. I went there looking for Japan exclusive David Bowie releases and found a whole display with special offers and rare. Yass. The Kpop selection is fine but if that's your goal, I suggest starting at Shibuya. Super friendly staff and my teller spike fluent English and explained the store value card.