More’s Yokohama is a department store beside Yokohama Station. More’s has nine floors on which you can find a mixture of stores selling fashion, accessories, music, cameras and interior goods as well as restaurants. More’s also contains a branch of Hands (formerly known as Tokyu Hands), which sells a range of lifestyle, hobby, and home interior products.
In this article we will introduce some of the highlights of More’s.
There are two men’s fashion stores on the 1st floor. Beams sells mainly formal suits, jackets and accessories, while Ships sells a mixture of formal and casual wear.
On the 2nd floor another branch of Ships sells ladies clothes while Fredy and Gloster sell a range of casual and comfortable clothes for men and women. Jalan Sriwijaya is an Indonesian brand selling casual and formal shoes for men and women. Also on this floor is a branch of Starbucks and the casual beer restaurant Kirin City.
On the 3rd floor you can find the vintage clothing store Grapefruit Moon, the swimwear store Peak & Pine, shoe store ABC-Mart and glasses store Zoff. The Camera Kitamura branch on this floor sells used and new cameras. There are also three salons for nails, eyelash extensions, and eyebrows.
Also on the 3rd floor, Marfa Café serves a mixture of Mexican and American cuisine.
The branch of Camera Kitamura on the 4th floor handles repairs for Apple products such as iPhones, iPads and Macs, and also has a photo printing service.
Also on the 4th floor is Kurosawa Gakki musical instrument store, Ginza Diamond Shiraishi jewelry store, ABC Cooking studio where you can book cooking classes, and a branch of the HIS travel agency. Softback, Docomo and au all have mobile phone stores on this floor.
From the 5th to the 7th floor More’s is occupied by the lifestyle and interior goods store Hands (which was previously known as Tokyu Hands). On the 5th floor you can find bags, travel and outdoor goods, raingear, and health and beauty products.
The 6th floor has interior goods, kitchen and bathroom products, toiletries, and cleaning products.
The 7th floor has stationery, and craft and design tools and materials.
The 8th and 9th floors are the main dining section for this department store. On the 8th floor you can find pizza, sushi, hamburger steak, Taiwanese food, and Japanese style pasta. Toraji on the 8th floor is a yakiniku barbecued beef restaurant.
On the 9th floor you can find the Glass Dance Spanish restaurant and a Shrimp & Oyster Bar as well as a restaurant serving Southeast Asian cuisine and several casual Japanese diners.
More’s also has a summertime rooftop beer garden which has all-you-can-drink-and-eat barbecue deals between April and September.
More’s Yokohama is located on the north-west side of Yokohama Station. It is a one-minute walk from the station’s West Exit. Here is a map showing its location.
Shops: 10.00 – 21.00
Restaurants: 11.00 – 23.00
Article and original photos by Michael Lambe. All rights reserved.