7th December 2022

Watch: Queen The Greatest - Japan Pop Up Store

Under the banner 'JAPAN LOVES QUEEN, QUEEN LOVES JAPAN', the store is a project based on recognizing Queen's special relationship with Japan, where they toured regularly after their history-making first tour in 1975. The store hosts a specially curated exhibition of photographs of the band shot in Japan with specifically created Japan-themed products for sale.

Queen’s special affection for Japan has been evident across their career and in their personal lives, with guitarist Brian May composing the song ‘Teo Torriatte/Let Us Cling Together' with the choruses sung entirely in Japanese, written especially for the nation’s fans, and Freddie Mercury is famously known for his appreciation of traditional Japanese crafts, always adding to his collection wherever in Japan, even creating a Japanese garden at his London home.


OPEN: Thursday 24th November - Sunday 11th December 2022

LOCATION: Annon Harajuku (Tokyo, Japan / 5-10, Jingumae 6-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

OPENING HOURS: Thursday 24th November 14:00-20:00 (OPEN day) & then 25th November (Fri) - 10th December (Sat) 11:00-20:00 / 11th December (Sun) 11:00-18:00 (Last day).

For more details on the store click here.