Welcome to Fukuoka
Tenjin Shopping Street!

Nicknamed “the Gateway of Asia,” TENJIN is Kyushu’s largest shopping district. Find sightseeing, dining, shopping, and entertainment all in one place, topped off with wonderful weather and great access to public transportation and hotels! Welcome to TENJIN!


Located on Tenjin Boulevard in the heart of Fukuoka, Iwataya Main Store boasts a wide variety of fashionable products including both Japanese and overseas luxury brands, as well as the largest selection of designer cosmetics in Kyushu.

This extremely popular Kyushu shopping mall covers an area of over 50,000 square meters.

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Fukuoka Mitsukoshi is located directly over Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station. It offers customers a new model of luxury shopping experience.

From “Watch Street,” with its collection of Japanese and overseas watch brands all in one place, to works of art, souvenirs and even foods such as seasonal fruits — Mitsukoshi offers a high quality lifestyle.

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International Customer Campaign

Get 5% off purchases

with a Guest Card.

Only available to

international tourists.

Please make sure to get your Guest Card before you shop.

All foreign visitors are eligible to receive a Guest Card.
Show your card to get 5% off purchases.

[Where to Get Guest Cards]

Iwataya Main Store: New Building, 7th Floor, Tax-Free Counter
Fukuoka Mitsukoshi: B2 Floor, Tax-Free Counter

*Passport is required for application.

[Eligible Customers]

Customers visiting Japan from other countries.

*Landing Permission seal must have been issued within 6 months.

*Immigration status must be "Temporary Visitor".

[Payment Methods]

Cash / Personal Credit Card / UnionPay Card / Alipay / Alipay+ / WeChat Pay

*Only cards in the customer’s own name are accepted.

*Guest Cards can only be used by the original applicant.

*Names on the Guest Card, credit card, and UnionPay Card must match the customer’s passport. (Tax-free checkout is only available for customers who can prove their identity, and will be denied if the names do not match.)

[Non-Applicable Items]

・ Items with unit price of less than 3,000 yen

・ Sale items

・ Food products and/or restaurant and cafe dining

・ Service fees including shipping, processing, and repair costs

・ Photo studios, beauty salons, hair salons, barbers, etc.

・ Gift certificates, gold/silver/silver bullion, video game consoles

・ Specific exempted brands (Ask staff for details.)

*Non-applicable brands: Specific products designated at Rolex, Hermès, BVLGARI, Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Leica, Patek Philippe, Van Cleef & Arpels, FOXEY, MIKIMOTO and other stores.

*Caution: Please note that the non-applicable items list may be expanded.

[In order to receive your special gift]

・ Complete tax-free procedures at the tax-free counter located in each store and display the "special contents" screen to our staff.

*Photo for illustration purposes only. Products are subject to change without notice.

Why choose Iwataya Mitsukoshi and Fukuoka Mitsukoshi?

Newest & Largest Selection

Iwataya and Mitsukoshi form Kyushu’s largest shopping complex, which boasts over 3,500 shops. Find the newest trends from across Japan all in one place.

Tax-Free Items Available

Tax-free procedures are available at Iwataya and Mitsukoshi. It’s easy: Once you have completed all of your purchases, go to the tax-free checkout to receive your refund. *Some items are not eligible for tax exemption.

Great Hospitality and
Easy Access

Iwataya Mitsukoshi’s stylists are always ready to help you with your fashion needs. The location is easily accessible from local airports and the Iwataya Main Store is equipped with a foreign currency exchange machine.


(From the Iwataya Mitsukoshi collection)

Iwataya Main Store

Iwataya is a historic department store located in Tenjin, Fukuoka. It was established by Koemon Nakamuta in 1754 during the Edo period as Beniya (meaning "the Red House"), a kimono shop preceding Iwataya. Ten years later in 1764, it changed its name to Iwataya. In 1936, it opened a shop in Tenjin, which became the first and major department store in Kyushu. Iwataya is currently split into the Main Building and New Building (Annex), and boasts one of Kyushu's biggest brand selections, notably its luxury and cosmetic brand lineup. It is frequented by customers not only from Kyushu, but also from around the world.


Luxury Brands

A whole range of luxury foreign brands all in one convenient location.
Discover the unique traits of each brand as you enjoy a relaxed shopping experience.


In "Re-Style", located on the 3rd floor, find a whole array of in vogue, modern brands.
Stores catering for both men and women are available.


Offering carefully selected items that appeal to a high quality lifestyle. At "The Conran Shop", located on B2F of our new building, enjoy a selection of fine goods collected from around the globe which carry the essence of Terence Conran.



Masanobu Okumura's woodblock print, Large Perspective View of the Interior of Echigo-ya in Suruga-cho, showing the Echigoya Kimono Shop
(From the Mitsukoshi Isetan collection)

Fukuoka Mitsukoshi

Fukuoka Mitsukoshi is the Fukuoka branch of the historic Mitsukoshi department store. It was established by Takatoshi Mitsui in 1673 during the Edo period as a kimono shop called "Echigoya". In 1904, the store took the Chinese character for "Mitsu" in Mitsui's last name and combined it with character for "Echi" (alternatively read as "koshi") from "Echigoya", giving the store the new name of Mitsukoshi Kimono Shop. In the same year, it declared itself a department store. This was the first department store in Japan, and remains as the current "Mitsukoshi". In 1997, Fukuoka Mitsukoshi opened, and it continues to offer products enriching people's lives, such as clocks, jewelry, artwork and crafts, fashion items, and high-quality food products.


Watch Street

Floor with a selection of watches from world-famous brands to state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind, fashionable timepieces.

Food (Souvenirs & Fruit)

Delicious high-quality food.
At Kayuan enjoy a whole variety of Japanese confectionery from traditional treats, to popular local sweets, to seasonal wagashi.

Living and Art

In the Iwataya Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, enjoy a selection of works by the masters from Japan's artistic history.
Enjoy a variety of exhibitions and events that cover a whole range of art including Japanese paintings, Western paintings, handicrafts, and sculptures.


白鳳堂, POLA, 雪肌精, and more... 白鳳堂, POLA, 雪肌精, and more...


・Using the Nishitetsu Tenjin Omuta Line
Walk from Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station (5 min)

・ Using Express Bus
Walk from Tenjin Bus Center (5 min)

・ Using the Fukuoka City Subway
Kuko Line: Walk from Tenjin Station (5 min)
Nanakuma Line: Walk from Tenjin-Minami Station (5 min)

・ Visiting from JR Hakata Station
Take the City Subway Kuko Line from Hakata Station → Tenjin Station (5 min) → Walk (5 min)
Take the Nishitetsu Bus from Hakata Station Bus Terminal A → Tenjin Bus Center-Mae (100-yen zone)

・ Visiting from Fukuoka Airport
Take the City Subway Kuko Line from Fukuoka Airport Station → Tenjin Station (11 min) → Walk (5 min)

This video is showing directions from "Tenjin" Station. From Fukuoka Airport, take the Fukuoka City Subway from "Fukuoka Airport" Station and get off at "Tenjin" Station.


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Tax-Free Checkout Procedures

Japanese Tax Exemption System

Learn more about Japan’s consumption tax exemption system to enjoy a better shopping experience. In general, tax-free shopping applies to products such as consumer electronics, accessories and shoes, as well as consumable products such as alcohol, food, cosmetics, tobacco, and medicine. Please check the requirements for utilizing the tax exemption system.