10 Japanese Stores In KL For All Your Favourite Japanese Products

All your favourite Japanese products in one place
By: cherelle
December 27, 2022

Why travel to Japan when you have everything they have here? There is an abundance of Japanese shops and supermarkets in KL that hold popular Japanese products. Whether you are looking for Japanese snacks, groceries, stationery or home products, there’s bound to be a store for you. What’s more, is that there are plenty of Japanese stores that sell affordable products as well. Some will even make you feel as if you are in Japan with its intricate interior design. So, Glitz has gathered all the best Japanese stores in KL for all your favourite Japanese products. 

Japanese Grocery Stores

Shojikiya

Shojikiya is one of the biggest Japanese Food Specialty chain stores in Malaysia. This is the one-stop shop for all things Japanese-related products. They feature a wide selection of imported Japanese products including cooking ingredients, snacks, health and beauty products and even baby food. Providing you with everything you need at your convenience, available at their many outlets. 

AddressClick here for all outlets
Websiteshojikiya.com.my/

Don Don Donki

Don Don Donki recently popped up in KL. First spotted at Lot 10, it is now also available at Sunway Pyramid and Tropicana Gardens Mall! It is actually one of Japan’s largest chain concept stores and sells products at quite an affordable price. Besides that, it has up to 3 levels dedicated to groceries and snacks, meats and fresh produce, along with home and living as well. Once you enter, you won’t want to leave anytime soon!

AddressLot 10 | Tropicana Gardens Mall | Sunway Pyramid
Websitedondondonki.com/my/

Gyomu Super

Gyomu Super is the ultimate Japanese grocery store everyone loves to visit. Selling all the imported Japanese goods, Gyomu Super has everything you need to cook up an authentic Japanese meal. They carry many high-quality products at affordable prices. So if you are looking for Japanese ingredients or condiments that regular supermarkets don’t have, this is where you should go. 

AddressG-05A, Pinnacle, Lorong Utara C, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Websitegyomusuper.jp/english/

Japanese Clothing 

ISETAN

ISETAN The Japan Store is heaven for all things Japanese. It focuses on promoting authentic Japanese culture and has brands and products that represent the deep-rooted history of Japan. Furthermore, many of the brands featured at ISETAN The Japan Store also offer products rooted in Japanese culture, diversity and technology. This speciality store is located at Lot 10 and has up to 6 floors of Japanese brands and products for you to shop. 

AddressLot 10 Shopping Center, 50, Jln Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
Websiteisetankl.com.my

Uniqlo

We all know Uniqlo right? It is one of the best Japanese clothing stores in KL. Thanks to its constant collaborations with widely-known cartoons and the hottest animes, it has customers coming back. Furthermore, Uniqlo features many minimalistic clothing designs that are suitable for everyday wear. Besides that, they also have jackets and scarves and heat-insulating outfits that keep you warm during the colder weather. With a huge selection among men, women and kids, Uniqlo also offers free tailoring services if you decide your pants are a little too long. 

AddressClick here for all outlets
Websiteuniqlo.com/my/en/

Japanese Stationery 

Kinokuniya

Kinokuniya is one of the most notable Japanese bookstores in Malaysia. Filled with books from all genres including romance, thrillers, non-fiction and manga, it is a go-to for book lovers. Located within KLCC, this Japanese bookstore is huge! It even has a second floor with a small cafe up top if you feel a little thirsty. Besides, their wide array of books allows you to get lost and spend hours inside the bookstore. Furthermore, their member cards sometimes even feature anime-inspired art on them! So you should definitely get your own.

AddressLot 406-408 & 429-430 Level 4, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur 50088
Websitemalaysia.kinokuniya.com

Stickerrific

Stickerrific is a stationery store in Malaysia that sells all kinds of cute stationery essentials! Collaborating with local designers they have a section dedicated to Malaysia designers on their page. Besides that, they also feature a ton of Japanese stationery brands. Ranging from pens to notebooks. Get a load of all the notable Japanese brands like Zebra, TRAVELER’S Company, Midori, MD Paper and more. 

Address31-G Block C Jaya One, No.72A Jalan Prof Diraja Ungku Aziz, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Websitestickerrificstore.com

Japanese Home Living 

MUJI

MUJI is practically in every shopping mall in KL. This Japanese store is famous for its minimalistic aesthetic. All of its products, whether clothing, stationery or household goods, feature minimalistic designs. Perfect for those that love the Japanese minimalist lifestyle! MUJI also means “no-brand quality goods”, which allows them to focus on quality and functionality. 

AddressClick here for all outlets
Websitemuji.com/my

DAISO

DAISO is everyone’s favourite affordable Japanese store. Our go-to for almost anything we need including stationery, home living and outdoor supplies. Furthermore, everything in the shop costs only RM5.90! It is very easy to get swept up in the store as many of them are fairly large and include 2 floors. Whether it is baking supplies or shower essentials, it is easy to find everything you need at DAISO. 

AddressClick here for all outlets
Websitenewniso.com

Yubiso

Yubiso is the one-stop centre for all things Japanese. Whether it is fashion, food, beauty or health products, you can find it all here. Yubiso offers quality products from a variety of Asian designers from Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Japan. Expect to find affordable and quality products ranging from technology, beauty, health and even toys! Visit their many outlets spread out across Malaysia to get your favourite Japanese products. 

AddressClick here for all outlets
Websiteyubiso.com