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Based in the bustling Tokyo neighborhood of Aoyama, Bloom and Branch fuses contemporary designs from across the globe with its distinct Japanese sensibilities.

Situating itself at the intersection of nostalgic references and contemporary style, Bloom and Branch is a purveyor of clothing that’ll last you for years to come. Presented in a space with whitewashed walls and raw wooden fittings, the curated offerings range from hometown heroes such as Phlannel to vintage items, and also include The Inoue Brothers and Andersen-Andersen.

Bloom and Branch
101 Daiichi Kuyo Building

5-10-5 Minami-Aoyama
Minato-ku, Tokyo
Japan

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