Pavilion Bukit Jalil introduces Tokyo Town, the latest one stop for Japanese food, retail, arts and culture in KL

Pavilion Bukit Jalil has recently done a soft launch for Tokyo Town at the mall’s Level 2 – offering the latest one stop for Japanese food, retail, arts and culture in Kuala Lumpur. The new precinct welcomes shoppers with its grand and authentic Japanese architecture and interior design and an exciting tenant mix that blends traditional and contemporary Japanese experiences.  

The Tokyo Town entrance will be greeted by two (2) larger-than-life artistic Sumo Sculptures with a grand floating temple roof inspired and designed with ‘kirizuma-zukuri’ or gable roof style – the basic architectural style in ancient Japan, enhanced by giant Japanese umbrellas or ‘Wagasa’ designed by renowned Japanese artist Kotaro Nishibori, fifth generation successor of Hiyoshiya, a maker of ‘Kyo-wagasa’ (Kyoto-style traditional umbrella).  

Shoppers are further greeted into a shopping street in Tokyo Town precinct, also known as “Nakamise” in Japanese with a symbolic and grand Torii Gate – featuring unique and cultural decorations ahead such as cochin or Japanese traditional lanterns, beautiful Sakura trees adorned with tanabata wishes and carp streamers as well as a grand and gorgeous Kimono Art Tapestry on exhibit which transports visitors directly to the heart of Japan.  

Tokyo Town at Pavilion Bukit Jalil has over 77,000 sqft which offers a cutting edge yet tranquil setting for the best and most popular in Japan’s retail offerings. From Nakamise lots to specialty stores, shoppers can find a rich selection of Japanese food, retail, arts and culture.  

Visitors can satisfy their Japanese cuisine cravings with a wide variety of F&B from popular sushi dishes at Fuji Sushi, delicious deep-fried succulent meats at Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen, mouth-watering teppanyaki at Tokyo Teppan, best of bite-sized Maki sushi to Japanese street food at Yatai Mura. There are also plenty of choices to satisfy sweet tooth cravings at MW Ice Cream, The CANS Pastry and more.  

Delight in shopping right after with an amazing selection of Japanese retail whether its getting your loved ones gifts from specialty store Gifuto, Ikigai by J and Aime or even yourself some kawaii street or traditional wear at Harajuku Shop, PixTee or Wabi-Sabi.  

That’s not all – visitors can immerse in the rich arts and culture of Japan with specialty exhibitions such as the ‘Japan Moment by Japanese Creators’ exhibition by Nippon Design School, exquisite origami exhibition pieces by Origami Academy, and beautifully bespoke floral arrangements curated by Hana Saku (by Botier). Shoppers can also bring home Japanese inspired interior décor and novelties from Jippuri and Kikuya – which specialises in fine Japanese home & living. 

From now until 31 October 2022, drop by Tokyo Town for an exciting line-up of festivities, giveaways, opening specials and more including traditional Japanese dance performances, origami workshops, gaming and board game sessions, Cosplayer meet & greet, Japanese shrine blessing culture introduction, Omamori Origami (Lucky Charms) Giveaways and more!  

Also from now until 31 October 2022, spend a minimum of RM100 in a maximum of two (2) combined receipts at any store in Tokyo Town, Level 2 to redeem a Tokyo Town Happy Bag filled with a variety of tasty Japanese drink and snacks. Redemption at Gift Redemption Counter at Tokyo Town. Valid while stocks last on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Be rewarded with more when you shop at Tokyo Town with great opening specials such as: 

  • RM1* Instant Noodle from the Insta-worthy Instant Noodle Wall 
  • RM1* MW Ice Cream in 3 delicious flavours: Mango, Coconut or Avocado  
  • PWP (Purchase-With-Purchase) Opening Specials at selected Nakamise stores including Gifuto, Harajuku, Aime, Kikuya, Yaniku and more. 

For more information on the various Tokyo Town festivities, visit www.pavilion-bukitjalil.com or check for real-time updates via Facebook, Instagram, or contact Customer Service at 03 8092 8833. 

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