Welcome! Maruiimaisapporo&SapporoMitsukoshi

Welcome! Maruiimaisapporo&SapporoMitsukoshi

Shop Information

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store

Address: 2 Minami 1-jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo

TEL:011-205-1151

Business Hours: 10:30 am - 7:30 pm

●Odori Building 10th Floor Restaurants
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
(Sundays open until 7:30 pm)
NB: When visiting the Odori Building 10th Floor Restaurant Avenue after 7:30 pm, please use the Odori Building 1st Floor southeast entrance (except on Sundays).

Sapporo Mitsukoshi

Address: 3-8 Minami 1-jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo

TEL:011-271-3311

Business Hours: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

However, 2nd basement to 2nd floor of the Main Building and the North Building are open until 7:30 pm.

Payment Methods

Save big with Tax-Free shopping!

We offer export duty tax exemption procedures in-store for purchases made that day.

Tax-free eligible shoppers
Non-residents only

●Travelers from abroad or those who have lived in Japan less than 6 months (except those working in Japan)

●Japanese citizens working or living abroad for two years or more, and are currently staying in Japan less than 6 months.

●Foreign national diplomatic and embassy staff (excluding foreign residents of Japan and Japanese citizens)

Eligible Products
Goods being taken out of Japan

Regular goods: Total single-day purchase of 5,000 yen or more (without tax)
Consumable goods: Cosmetics, food, medicine etc. are subject under the following conditions.

① Total single-day purchase between 5,000 yen and 500,000 (without tax)
NB: Total may include both consumable and regular goods.
(NB: Total treats regular goods as consumable goods. NB: Cannot combine purchases at Marui Imai and Sapporo Mitsukoshi)

② Goods will be taken out of Japan within 30 days of purchase (For example, food to be eaten at a hotel inside Japan is excluded).

Fees
Period of Availability

Tax-Free Service Fee: The Tax-Free Counter will charge a service fee equal to 1.55% of the total purchase price of eligible goods (from October, 2019)

Period of Availability: Day of Purchase (during business hours)

Tax-free Counter

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store: Odori Building 9th Floor 10:30 am - 7:30 pm

Sapporo Mitsukoshi: Main Building 2nd Floor 10:00 am - 7:30 pm

5%OFF
-SHOPPING SPECIAL CARD-

We are now offering special discount cards with a 5% discount for overseas visitors to Japan to use when shopping at Mitsukoshi Isetan group department stores, including the Marui Imai Main Store and Sapporo Mitsukoshi. (Only applies to specified products).

Guest Card Issuing Locations

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store
Odori Building 1st Floor (december 31, 2019)
Odori Building 9th Floor Tax-Free Counter

Sapporo Mitsukoshi
Main Building 2nd Floor Tax-Free Counter

Ineligible Goods

Sale products (goods costing less than 3,000 yen (before tax)), Foodstuff, Restaurants, Cafes, etc.

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store
Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Foxey, Van Cleef & Arpels, etc.

Sapporo Mitsukoshi
Tiffany, Bulgari, Patek Philippe, Rolex, etc.

Pre-Registration 堤前注册

Marui Imai

For web registration

WEB注册

For WeChat Mini program users

微信小程序注册

Mitsukoshi

For web registration

WEB注册

For WeChat Mini program users

微信小程序注册

Interpretation Service

Video Tablet Interpretation Service (Free)

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store

Louis Vuitton
Ichijo Building 2nd Floor Specially Selected Boutique, Ichijo Building 8th Floor Jewelry & Watches
Odori Building 1st Floor Cosmetics Area, Odori Building 1st Floor Information Counter

English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Russian

Sapporo Mitsukoshi

Main Building 1st Floor NEW'S SQURE fashion parts
Main Building 9th Floor Jewelry & Watches

Telephone Interpretation Service (Free) All Buildings

English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Russian , Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store

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Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor (Handbag Area), 9th Floor (Near the Tax-Free Counter)
Ichijo Building 1st floor, 2nd floor, 8th floor (Jewelry & Watch area)
West Building 1st & 2nd Floors

Sapporo Mitsukoshi

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Main Building 2nd Basement Floor, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor (Near the Tax-Free Counter), 9th Floor

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store

1872
Toshichi Imai opens a sundries shop in Hokkaido's urban area of Sapporo

1874
The shop reopens as the newly built Marui Imai Gofukuten, a kimono shop

1926
Repeated fires result in the shop's destruction, and rebuilding

Sapporo Mitsukoshi

1673
Echigoya, the precursor to Mitsukoshi, is founded in what is now Tokyo

1904
Echigoya reopens as Mitsukoshi Gofukuten Co., Ltd., Japan's first department store

May, 1932
Sapporo Mitsukoshi opens

April, 2011 Marui Imai and Sapporo Mitsukoshi consolidate, creating Sapporo Marui Mitsukoshi Ltd.

Marui Imai Sapporo Main Store's Main attractions

The current Ichijo Building has been restored to its original Taisho period state, and has retained its historical atmosphere through repeated expansion and renovation.
Here are some of the historical elements preserved in the Ichijo Building.

①The stairs beside the current Southeast Entrance have brass lamps and wooden decorations designed to resemble those of the central staircase built in the 1937 expansion.

②Many locations inside the shop use natural marble, and the fossils it contains earn high marks from enthusiasts.
Why not come fossil hunting at Marui Imai?

Ichijo Building 7th Floor Elevator

Ichijo Building 7th Floor Elevator

Ichijo Building 7th Floor Elevator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Escalator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Escalator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Escalator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Elevator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Elevator

Ichijo Building 9th Floor Elevator

Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor Little Bird Square Entrance

Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor Little Bird Square Entrance

Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor Little Bird Square Entrance

Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor Little Bird Square Entrance

Odori Building 2nd Basement Floor Little Bird Square Entrance

Sapporo Mitsukoshi's main attractions

On the roof of Sapporo Mitsukoshi is the little-known Mimeguri Jinja Shrine, which has deep connections to the Mitsukoshi name going back to the Edo period.
The left side enshrines Uga no mitama no mikoto, and the right enshrines Daikokuten, and regular visitors are welcome from spring into autumn.
(NB: Please be aware that the shrine is closed during winter.)