About The Tokyo Store


The Winery Tokyo opened its doors in 2015 in Azabujuban, a residential district known for its embassies and international communities. 

The Tokyo store is based on the same store concept as the main store in New York. The store carries a meticulous selection of artisanal wines of some 300 wines from all over the world. 

Our evaluation process also ensures that each wine not only tastes great, but has the right price, regardless of the producer’s or appellation’s reputation.

A two-story classic Japanese house, finished entirely in black, the store was designed to inspire a traditional storage house of sake brewery. 

The Winery Tokyo offers store-only special discounts. The store also accepts Rakuten cards and Rakuten Points for payments in addition to major credit cards. See below for the list of store-only services. 

The Winery Tokyo is English-Japanese bilingual. For each wine displayed on our shelves, you will find a description card in both Japanese and English. In the web store, language selection is available with a click of button at the top of page. 

The Winery is a community base store. We love to help to make the community better place to live and work. The Winery has committed to support local communities and non-profit charity organizations in the area of education and arts.

Should you have any questions, our knowledgeable bilingual staff are standing by to help you. 


IN-STORE EXCLUSIVE SERVICES AND BENEFITS

The Winery Points*

・Get 1 point for every 100 yen spent. Each point is worth 1 yen.
・No annoying point card.
・We keep your purchase history for you. Very convenient for re-order wines.

* Point can be used for store purchases only. No cash value.

Wine Tastings

Enjoy wine tastings on every weekend to sample our carefully curated wine selection. Free with any wine purchase.

 

 The Winery Tokyo


  2-4-14 Azabu-Jūban, Minato-ku, Tokyo  106-0045

  Store Hours: 12 pm to 9 pm

  Open 7 days

  TEL: 03-6809-4420

  URL: www.thewinerytokyo.com
  E-mail: info@thewinerytokyo.com