Rodman Primack, chief creative officer of Design Miami If I had to limit my shopping to one neighbourhood in one city, I’d choose the area around Aoyama. Maison Kitsuné is a predominantly Paris-based label but with Japanese spirit, so I like to visit its Tokyo store, as well as Undercover for its well-curated menswear. Because I fly so much, I often wear one of the vintage Japanese handkerchiefs I get at Kapital, which are cowboy style. Kapital, +813-5725 3923; kapital.jp. Maison Kitsuné, 3-15-13 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 (+811-2066 7588; shop.kitsune.fr). Undercover, B1F Bleu Cinq Point A, 5-3-22 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 (+813-5778 4805; undercoverism.com).
Jaime Hayón, designer Okura, which means storehouse, is a clothes shop in the Shibuya-ku district that mostly sells blue things. I got the name from a friend of Rei Kawakubo, founder of Comme des Garçons. 20-11 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033 (+813-3461 8511; hrm.co.jp/okura).
Hakan Rosenius, former artistic director of Asprey I have an Issey Miyake kimono coat that I love, based on a print by the artist Katsushika Hokusai. I was in Tokyo having lunch with a friend who used to work for Miyake and we went to the store, I saw this coat and I thought, “Well, this is completely impractical”. But I put it on and had to have it – I blame my friend. isseymiyake.com.
Michael Hill, creative director and co-owner of Drake’s Yohei Fukuda is a remarkable Japanese shoemaker who trained in Northampton with some of the world’s finest cordwainers. He recently made me a pair of Derby boots with exquisite detailing. From about £3,200; email@example.com.
Daniel Hopwood, interior designer Isetan is the most amazing department store. It has a whole nine-floor tower block devoted to menswear – there are entire levels dedicated to business and formal wear, casualwear and sneakers or tailoring. I also got obsessed with its homewares department. Local makers have small stands there for a week at a time, so it’s always changing. I bought a lot of pottery. 3-14-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022 (+813-3352 1111; isetan.mistore.jp).