Having a Japan destination wedding and looking for a local Tokyo wedding florist? Since Tokyo is HUGE and each district feels like a whole city in itself, it can undoubtedly be overwhelming knowing where to start. Well fret not, we’ve done some of the hard work for you. We delved in and have scoured the city for some of the best wedding florists. Honestly, you’re spoilt for choice in Japan, as customer service and attention to detail is second-to-none. Regardless, here are our top 5 picks. The shops oozed charm and we left each one feeling fantastic. In short, we loved them.
Trunk | Shoto Gallery
The Little Shop of Flowers is an incredibly cute and stylist florist tucked away discreetly in Harajuku. In fact, it doesn’t feel like bustling Harajuku at all. Since it’s tucked away such a secluded setting, be careful to keep an eye out and not miss it! Follow the narrow path surrounded by greenery to their shop entrance. This Tokyo florist offers both fresh flowers and dried flowers crafted in store. Additionally, they even offer workshops.
Address | 1 Chome-5-4 Shoto, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0046, Japan
Number | +81 3-5784-1060
Instagram | @trunkbyshotogallery
Facebook | @trunkbyshotogallery
Opening Hours . 11am – 6pm Wed – Fri | 9am – 7pm Sat – Sun
Fuga photography © Fuga Instagram
Fuga florist is based in the Shibuya district of Tokyo. It is a wonderfully decorated shop that is overflowing with fresh flowers and plants. Moreover, it is also filled with unusual plants that are not commonplace in other flower shops. The talented staff arrange the flowers just like shown in their images.
Website | www.ivyhall.jp
Address | 4 Chome-4-25 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan
Number | +81 03-3409-8181
Facebook | @Ivy Hall Official 2
@Opening Hours . 10am – 6pm
Nicolai Bergmann is located in Tokyo’s Roppongi Hill’s. This elegant shop boasts eye-catching flower arrangements, with a huge, colourful selection. The square boxes filled to brim with flowers are their signature design, and are certainly eye-catching. If you’re looking for a luxury designer, Nicolai Bergmann is your place to go.
Website | www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/japan/tokyo/weddings
Address | Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku Tokyo, 107-6245 Japan
Number | +81334238000
Instagram | @ritzcarlton
Facebook | @ritzcarlton
Opening Hours | 24 hours
Aoyama Flower Market photography © Suan Lee.
There are actually numerous Aoyama Flower Market shops across Japan, (and even in Paris & London.) However here we’re looking at Tokyo’s Minato branch. This beautiful shop is full to the brim with fresh flowers and stylish decor. If you have visited, you’ll undoubtedly have noted that this is a very unique shop. I’ve actually heard of a few people referring to it as something straight out of a Studio Ghibli film. In addition, there is even a small cafe within, where you can enjoy homemade blends of tea, french toast, pancakes and more.
Website | www.en.riviera.co.jp/wedding/tokyo
Address | 5 Chome-9-5 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima City, Tokyo 171-0021, Japan
Number | +81 3-3981-3231
Instagram | @riviera_weddings_official
Opening Hours | 11am – 7pm
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Floris Hiroko photography © Floris Hiroko
Floris Hiroko is a lovely florist located in Tokyo’s Shinagawa prefecture, being a 10 minute walk from Osaki station. Conveniently, they are happy to discuss bespoke arrangements over email and deliver nationwide in Japan. Along with kind staff to help discuss personal tastes, their bouquets are especially beautiful.