WHERE TO BUY JAPANESE COSMETICS MELBOURNE
WHERE TO BUY JAPANESE COSMETICS IN MELBOURNE
Looking for Japanese cosmetic products in Melbourne? Maybe you’re looking for a place to learn the Japanese language in Melbourne?
Below is a short list of a few well known shops that stock Japanese cosmetics, hair and skin products and more in Melbourne. Students who learn Japanese in Melbourne at our school often ask our teachers for tips with buying Japanese cosmetics.
There are many online websites where you can buy Japanese products direct from Japan at affordable prices. These local shops in Melbourne provide a good range of products for customers to browse and inspect prior to making the decision to buy in-store or online.
YUKI HOUSE – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
Yuki House is located in Melbourne CBD at Shop 12-14, 206 Bourke Street on the ground level. They stock a large range of Japanese cosmetics and beauty products from Japan and also Korea. Apart from selling high end beauty products from Japan, they also have an in-store salon with trained staff who can provide expert beauty advice.
Need to stock up on Japanese contact lenses in Melbourne? Maybe you’re running low on Japanese false eyelashes? Yuki House also offers a huge range of daily beauty products as well ranging from hair care, nail care, balms, ointments, coloured contact lenses, false eyelashes, beauty and diet products, along with painkillers and massage tools.
Yuki House is a great place to buy Japanese cosmetics in Melbourne. Visiting the shop is an experience in itself with all the pinkish decor and interior designs. So if you’re ever in the city we recommend dropping in and visiting YUKI HOUSE for all your Japanese cosmetic beauty products in Melbourne.
HELLO DAY – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
Hello Day Japanese Cosmetics is located in QV Melbourne at 240 Lonsdale St, Melbourne. Another great shop that stocks makeup and skin care products from Japan in Melbourne.
They have quite a good selection of Japanese products with knowledgeable service. Some of the well known brands they currently stock include SK-II, Cosme Decorte and Pola. Hello Day stock products that are more of the pricey side so if you are looking for high-end, high quality cosmetic products then we highly recommend visiting this shop in QV.
DAISO AUSTRALIA – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
Daiso stores across Melbourne (specifically the Box Hill Centro store) have started stocking a large range of cosmetic and beauty products at some great prices.
Most recently they’ve started selling a range of hair-care products including popular shampoo and conditioners from Japan. Previously some of these products we available for purchase at Japanese/Korean hair salons in Melbourne but at double, sometimes triple the price.
You can just imagine the look on our teachers faces when they found these items on the shelves!!!
COSME QUEEN – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
Located in the leafy eastern suburbs is a little cute shop in Box Hill Centro called Cosme Queen. This shop mainly stocks beauty products from Japan and often have great sales or bargains to be snapped up. Stock items can vary so best to check in from time to time. They currently stock products from brand names Shiseido, Anna Sui and Shu Uemura and more.
MUJI – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
Muji is more commonly known for their home ware products but also stock a range of skincare items as well that have been developed for people with sensitive skin. Many products are developed using plant based anti ageing ingredients and have become quite popular within the Melbourne market. There is also a selection of makeup accessories and containers for makeup storage.
KTMART – Japanese Cosmetics Melbourne
This is one of our local gems. We love shopping here for everything!
KTMART is more a Korean/Chinese/Japanese supermarket stocking food, drinks and cooking utensils but they also stock a small range of beauty products. Mainly from Korea though. their products are normally within the hair-care line with shampoos and conditioners. The shop itself stocks so much Japanese food and drinks (including alcohol) so very much worth a visit either way.