COREDO Muromachi Terrace Vol.1

On September 27, 2019, a commercial facility, “COREDO Muromachi Terrace” opened on the 1st basement floor, the 1st floor, and the 2nd floor of Nihombashi Muromachi Mitsui Tower.

“COREDO Muromachi Terrace” has 31 attractive tenants, including 2 with the first branch in Japan, 5 with the first branch in the Kanto area, and 10 with the first commercial stores, having a lot to offer to visitors.

As the members of att.JAPAN Editorial Department visited this newly-opened facility, this article reports our findings and experience at the facility.

COREDO Muromachi Terrace

誠品生活日本橋 Eslite Spectrum Nihombashi

Firstly, we visited “Eslite Spectrum Nihombashi,” the first branch of Taiwan’s large-scale select shop.

Based on the concept of “a culture wonderland for living and reading,” the 2nd floor consists of 4 zones, including “Eslite Bookstore (Bookstore Zone),” “Stationery Zone,” “Select Merchandise and Workshop Zone,” and “Restaurant and Food Market Zone.”

Eslite Bookstore (Bookstore Zone)

The dark-blue curtains on both sides of the corridor create a streetscape like that in the Edo Period.

Along with the sales of books, various special exhibitions are offered.

Eslite Spectrum Expo

It looks like the perfect place to find great souvenirs from Japan.

Stationery Zone

Select Merchandise and Workshop Zone

Ko-ba Jukka Ten

A select shop collecting factory brands from all over Japan.

We tried “Charix,” with which you can make a sock by pedaling.


A select shop introducing products by creators from “Creema,” a hand-made market place, in turn.

You might find an item of your dream.

Nihombashi Haru glass atelier

You can make various glass crafts, such as blown glass, cut glass, and glass accessories.

・郭元益 Kuo Yuan Ye

Modern-style Taiwan sweets created in collaboration with designers.

Restaurant and Food Market Zone

・王德傳 Wang De Chuan

This established Taiwan tea house offers original drinks using oolong tea as a base.

There is a class for enjoying Taiwanese tea.

Sarutahiko Coffee

The Japanese designs on take-out cups are very nice.

Make sure to check out the letters projected onto the ceiling and tables.

Eslite Marketplace

A wide selection of food, seasonings, and kitchen items.

Mount Fuji-designed cups

There is also a cooking studio.

誠品生活日本橋 Eslite Spectrum Nihombashi

The information herein is as of September 2019
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