Experience Japan in Tokyo City from the Bukit Jalil Pavilion

TOKYO Town at Pavilion Bukit Jalil celebrates all things Japanese, including food, retail and culture.

Located on the mall’s second level, the new district features grand and authentic Japanese architecture and interior design to welcome shoppers, as well as an exciting tenant mix that blends traditional and contemporary Japanese experiences.

City of Tokyo

Be instantly transported to the land of the rising sun with two larger-than-life sumo artists

sculptures welcoming shoppers at the entrance to the city of Tokyo.

The sense of Tokyo is also embodied in the design and layout of the compound where a large floating temple roof inspired and designed with the “kirizuma-zukuri” style or gable roof – the basic architectural style of ancient Japan, enhanced by giant Japanese umbrellas or “Wagasa” designed by famous Japanese artist Kotaro Nishibori, fifth generation successor of Hiyoshiya, maker of “Kyo-wagasa” (traditional Kyoto-style umbrella).

Shoppers will further be welcomed to a shopping street in Tokyo’s city district, also known as “Nakamise” in Japanese with a symbolic and grand Torii gate – complete with unique and cultural decorations such as cochin or lanterns traditional Japanese sakura trees adorned with tanabata wishes and carp streamers as well as a large and beautiful kimono art tapestry on display.

Retail offer

Spanning over 77,000 square feet, Tokyo City presents an avant-garde yet tranquil setting for the best and most popular retail offerings in Japan. From Nakamise lots to specialty stores, shoppers can find a rich selection of Japanese food, retail, arts and culture.

Visitors can satisfy their cravings for Japanese cuisine with a wide variety of F&Bs ranging from popular sushi dishes at Fuji Sushi, delicious succulent fried meats at Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen, mouth-watering teppanyaki at Tokyo Teppan, the best of Maki sushi in bite-size to Japanese. street food in Yatai Mura.

There are also plenty of choices to satisfy sweet tooth cravings at MW Ice Cream, The CANS Pastry and more.

Shop right after with an incredible selection of Japanese stores, whether it’s gifts for loved ones at specialty store Gifuto, Ikigai by J and Aime or even kawaii street or traditional clothing for yourself at Harajuku Shop , PixTee or Wabi-Sabi.

That’s not all, visitors can immerse themselves in Japan’s rich arts and culture with specialized exhibits such as the Nippon Design School’s “Japan Moment by Japanese Creators” exhibition, pieces of exquisite origami from The Origami Academy and beautiful bespoke flower arrangements curated by Hana. Saku (by Botier).

Shoppers can also take home Japanese-inspired home decor and novelties from Jippuri and Kikuya – which specializes in fine Japanese home and living.

Opening festivities

Between now and October 31, shoppers in the city of Tokyo can expect an exciting lineup of opening festivities, giveaways and specials, including traditional Japanese dance performances, origami workshops, gaming and board game sessions, encounters with cosplayers, and an introduction to the culture of Japanese shrine blessing. .

With any purchase of a minimum of RM100 out of a maximum of two receipts combined at any store in Tokyo City, shoppers are entitled to redeem a Tokyo City Happy Bag filled with a variety of

tasty Japanese drink and snacks. The exchange is done at the gift exchange counter in Tokyo Town. Valid while supplies last on a first come, first served basis.

For more information on the various Tokyo city festivities, visit www.pavilion-bukitjalil.com or check real-time updates via Facebook, Instagram or contact customer service on 03 8092 8833.

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