The popular furniture chain “IKEA” originated in Sweden, where you can easily purchase Scandinavian interiors. About a 12-minute walk from “Tachikawa Station” on the JR Chuo Main Line, “IKEA Tachikawa” is IKEA’s first store in Tokyo. It is easily accessible from major areas in Tokyo and is the largest in Tokyo.
The spacious store is lined with furniture, miscellaneous goods, and textiles that give you a taste of authentic Sweden. Just looking at the interior along the route should make you excited.
There is also a restaurant inside the restaurant where you can enjoy traditional Scandinavian cuisine, which is perfect for lunch. There is also a drink bar with coffee, tea and juice, which can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. If you are a family member, you can use the drink bar for free!
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