Follow Me on Pinterest
 

TOKYU _ NYT GO: GIRLS!

 
NYT GO is NYT’s new project to promote a global lifestyle following the “Design your trip” approach.

NYT GO: GIRLS! is the 3rd installment of the NYT GO series. It’s Tokyo Fashion Adventure for girls, allowing them to *see* trends and *shop* fashion there. With a smart itinerary, NYT GO: GIRLS! is an affordable and almighty trip for busy urban young females.

 

ATTRACTIONS

FASHION SHOW
Attend the world’s largest girls fashion show – the Tokyo Girls Collection (TGC).
(Tour covers TGC admission, advance ticket purchase)

SHOPPING
Check out exciting brands at popular department stores and other retail stores. Explore various shopping hubs: Shibuya, Harajuku, Roppongi, Shinjuku, etc.

TOKYO LIFE
Experience Tokyo city life, food, drinks, and nightlife. Tour stays at a hotel in Shibuya, the mecca of Tokyo youth culture .

PRIVILEGES
Enjoy special participant privileges from our supporters, such as Shibuya 109 shopping coupons.

TIME SAVING FLIGHTS
AA’s JFK<-> Haneda service gives us less vacation time from work/school in NY and land transportation in Tokyo. (Flying NY’s night time both ways. Haneda Airport is closer (than Narita Airport) to Tokyo metropolitan area). It simply works perfect with urban youth lifestyle.

 

BUY TICKETS

7 DAY TOUR $1,800
 

Name on Passport

 

  • By purchasing the package, you are agreeing with the Terms and Conditions.
  • Tour prices include air travel, hotel, and TGC admission.
  • Basic package includes a room with 2 twin beds. (= You’ll share a room with other person). If you prefer staying in a room by yourself, please inquire regarding availability and necessary fee adjustment.
  • Tour is open to extension beyond set dates. If you wish to extend your stay, please inquire regarding availability and necessary fee adjustment.
  • Tour is open to anyone from any location. If you are not departing from NYC, please inquire regarding availability and necessary fee adjustment.
  • Inquiry: [email protected]

     

    SCHEDULE

     
    DAY1
    Aug. 30 (Tue)
    7:10PM: Depart from NY
     
    DAY2
    Aug. 31 (Wed)
    10:15PM: Arrive in Tokyo
    Transport from the Airport to Hotel
    Stay at hotel in Shibuya
     
    DAY3
    Sep. 01 (Thu)
    Shibuya 109
    Stay at hotel in Shibuya
     
    DAY4
    Sep. 02 (Fri)
    Individual Activities
    Stay at hotel in Shibuya
     
    DAY 5
    Sep. 03 (Sat)
    Tokyo Girls Collection
    Stay at hotel in Shibuya
     
    DAY 6
    Sep. 04 (Sun)
    Individual Activities
    All stay up at club
     
    DAY 7
    Sep. 05 (Mon) (Labor day holiday)
    6:40AM:  Leave Tokyo
    6:20AM:  Arriving NY

     

    GROUP ACTIVITIES


    ©TOKYO GIRLS COLLECTION by girlswalker.com 2011 SPRING/SUMMER
    TOKYO GIRLS COLLECTION (TGC)
    TGC is a semiannual fashion festival that started in 2005 that draws in a crowd of 20,000. It presents the season’s most fashionable street wear by domestic brands, and are usually modeled by popular celebrities from various entertainment scenes. The collection is not only open to buyers and journalists, but also to the general public who can directly make purchases on the spot via their mobile phones.  It also features live concerts, charity auctions, and the Miss TGC Contest.

     

    © 2011 SHIBUYA109, TMD Corporation All Rights Reserved.
    SHIBUYA 109
    Located close to Shibuya station, Shibuya 109 (department store) is the symbol of Shibuya, and byword for youth fashion. Including all of who’s who of girls fashion brands, the fashion trends that begin here instantly spread across the country, making 109 a fashion hub for young women. Models, stylists, celebrities, office ladies, and school girls are mixed here for their favorite brands.

     

    INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIES BY AREA (IDEAS):


    SHIBUYA
    Shibuya is a center for youth fashion and culture, and its streets are the birthplace to many of Japan’s fashion and entertainment trends. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area, which caters to all types of shoppers.

  • 109
  • Marui
  • Parco
  • Loft
  • Center-gai
  • Spain Slope
  •  

    HARAJUKU
    Harajuku is the center of Japan’s most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles, but also offers shopping for adults and historic sights. While Takeshita Dori (Takeshita Street) is the focal point of Harajuku’s teenage culture, Omotesando referred to as Tokyo’s Champs-Elysees generally caters to an older and wealthier clientele.

  •  La Foret
  •  Takeshita Doori
  • Omotesando Hills
  •  

    DAIKANYAMA
    Local Tokyo shoppers are often found in the slightly less crowded streets of Daikanyama where most mature fashion trends are often started. Here there is a wide variety of chic boutique shops, as well as many sidewalk restaurants and cafes. This area has a more relaxed and classical atmosphere compared to the rest of Tokyo.

  •  Loveria
  •  La Fuente
  •  

    ROPPONGI
    Roppongi is Tokyo’s most popular nightlife district offering a large number of foreigner-friendly hot spots and has expanded its appeal as a result of Tokyo’s two largest recent redevelopment projects: Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. There are also three high-acclaimed museums, including Japan’s largest museum The National Art Center.

  • Roppongi Hills
  • Tokyo Midtown
  •  

    SHINJUKU
    Aside from its Shinjuku Station, the world’s busiest railway station, Shinjuku features a number of large and famous department stores where a wide collection of small boutiques from the biggest names in imported fashion and the most recent names of Tokyo fashion have made it a shopper’s paradise.

  •  Isetan
  •  Lumine
  •  Takashimaya
  •  

    TAKADANOBABA
    Filled with college students and young adults, the Takadanobaba neighborhood is dominated by the massive 9 story commercial building called, Big Box building, which contains inexpensive clothing stores, 100-yen shop and others.

  • Big Box
  • Shimamura Fashion Center
  • Image credits: © JNTO, Jun Inakagata, ©Yasufumi Nishi/© JNTO

     

    HOTEL


    SHIBUYA TOKYU INN
    Positioned in a heart of energetic Shibuya, Shibuya Tokyu Inn is also close to all fashion districts and nightlife districts.

     

    PARTNERS





     

    MAP