I would not recommend Marisol in Tokyo, unless you are so desperate that you are willing to pay anything and to be treated like garbage. I'm in Tokyo on business and went there to try to pick up a couple of things. It was a terrible experience. Marisol is located on a side street near Shibuya 109. First, (as I quickly learned) Marisol is not a shop per se. They do have a shop with bottles in the window, but don't try to enter. You will be rudely shoo shoo'd out of the stop and forced to stand in the street to try to make a purchase. As the condescending lady working there explained to me, you need a reservation...to buy fragrances...and it's been that way for 50 years, and they are special, and a membership club, and their frags are like fine wines, and in essence, stand on the road and deal with us or go away. So, standing in the road she told me that she could sell to me, but I'd have to stand outside (it's February and 5 degrees here) and look at clear vinyl folder books listing fragrances. She told me, that they are the largest fragrance shop in the world and how special they are (uh-huh). In the small leftmost window are discontinued frags and so I asked her how much the older amber bottle of Chaps is (since I know what they are going for online). She fired back, without even thinking about it, 16,000 yen ($201). I asked if she was kidding. She was not. Clearly this lady did not want my business, no matter what. So, I asked about another easy one, Grey Flannel, that was in another window. 6800 yen ($86). Now, I've lived in Japan for 15 years, and speak Japanese pretty well and this conversation took place in Japanese so I'm not new to dealing with retailers here. So, I asked simply, do you really think people will want to buy from you if you force them to stand on the road and not allow them to see or sample the products? She said "If you take that attitude, we will refuse to serve you." Attitude? for asking a couple of common sense questions? Given that I was standing in the street and was getting quoted outrageous prices, getting refused didn't much matter to me. Fine, go ahead, I said. So she refused me, went back inside and I kept the cash I was planning to spend in my wallet. Please don't waste your money there!