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Aug 7, 2016

Duck Dude - where to buy

Hello. I am in Australia and have bought Duck Dude clothing for a young friend online (Renovatio through Rakuten) , but he is now coming to Japan for a holiday and would love to be able to go to a shop to buy. He is visiting Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. Can you suggest any stores he could visit to purchase this brand? Thanks FiFi

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  • Higgins

    on Aug 9

    There is a shop in Harajuku. Takeshita street. Not sure of the name of the shop but I bought a Duck Dude hat there.

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  • Athenry

    on Aug 12

    Most streetwear shops stock it. It's created by a line called B. One Soul. I think they have some shops around, so that'd be your best bet. I've also seen it at Xebio Sports in LaLaPort shopping mall, and at a little streetwear joint in the shopping street at Amagasaki near Osaka.

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  • KevinC

    on Aug 15

    There is a short list of shops that sells Duck Dude: NAVAL ダイバーシティ東京プラザ店 (Tokyo) https://goo.gl/maps/UGZBsjDjC7p NAVAL ららぽーとTOKYO-BAY店 (Tokyo) https://goo.gl/maps/EQY9aM9LBWz NAVAL ららぽーと富士見店 (Saitama) https://goo.gl/maps/hqFw4FV31iS2 SPNNS京都店 (Kyoto) https://goo.gl/maps/re57aTeXxMJ2 〒604-8046 京都市中京区新京極通蛸薬師下ル東側町531-2 ダイアモンドビル3F

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