We offer good products of shoes at low prices. Toyodaya Shoe Store is the number-one shoe store in Asakusa. If you are looking for dance shoes, please visit Toyodaya Shoe Store.

Toyodaya Shoe Store is a veteran store in business for sixty-five (65) years in Asakusa of regional shoe industry area. We have a selection of shoes that are easy to wear. We have a wide selection of products from small to large sizes.
Toyodaya Shoe Store Dance shoes Sports Nakamise  Asakusa

[Shoe store]
Store Name: Toyodaya Nakamise Store
Address: 1-37-1 Asakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo
Telephone: 03-3841-8885
History: Founded as a geta (traditional wooden sandal) shop in 1921 Reformed as a shoe store in 1952
Products: Men's shoes, Ladies' shoes, Dance shoes, Sports shoes
Brand shoes: REGAL, Madoras, marelli,moonstar, NIKE, SKECHERS, adidas, Japanese dance shoes
Open hours: 9:00 - 18:30
Open days: All year round
Access: 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, close to Kaminarimon Gate

Men's shoes: A wide range of shoes from famous brands to casual products
Ladies' shoes: A selection of fashionable and easy-to-wear shoes
Dance shoes: A variety of designs and a large stock of shoes Sneakers and Sports shoes: A wide selection of popular sports shoes such as NIKE, SKECHERS and ADIDAS
Toyodaya Shoe Store Dance shoes Sports Nakamise  Asakusa

[Dance shoes]
Dance shoes are manufactured in Japan by traditional handmade method of skilled craftsmen.

Product line-up are as follows:
Standard ladies' dance shoes
Latin ladies' dance shoes
Standard-Latin hybrid ladies' dance shoes
Ladies' dance shoes for teachers
Standard men's dance shoes
Standard-Latin hybrid men's dance shoes
Dance shoes for stage

・Dance shoes are delivered directly from partner manufacturers and offered at low prices.
・We have a wide range of dance shoes in size from 21.5cm to 25.0cm for ladies and 23.5cm to 28.0cm for men.
And we also support wide-foot shoes.
Toyodaya Shoe Store Dance shoes Sports Nakamise  Asakusa

Toyodaya Shoe Store Dance shoes Sports Nakamise  Asakusa