There’s a not-so-little enclave tucked at a corner of the top floor at Pavilion KL, themed after all things Japanese. Dubbed Tokyo Street, the area houses stalls, pop-up stores, restaurants and shops with popular items and the latest trends from the Land of the Rising Sun.
For those who wish to soak in the Jap-feel, there are props to take pictures with. Colourful posters of young girls in ‘cosplay’-style Kimonos are matched with wooden frames and lamps. There is a model of a Japanese crane, a popular cultural icon.
Some of the other props – a Portrait of a Buddha statue, a temple amid flowering sakuras, drums.
A pink Yukata/robe.
The shops are done to look like traditional wooden storefronts. They sell souvenirs, bonsai trees, plants, clothing, stuffed toys and many more.
The area in the center carries accessories, phone cases, cutesy shit, stationery, bags, dolls, arts and crafts stuff.
Japanese anime/cartoon characters in the form of stuffed toys. You’ll find well-loved figures like the Pokemon series, Totoro, and Doraemon.
Cutesy plants in little pots.
There are also a couple of snack places selling crepes/ice-cream, a hotpot shop and a ramen/udon place. Tokyo Street is a nice spot to hangout at and chill for a bit if you’re ever in Pavilion Mall. 🙂