If you are looking for an English-Speaking Dry Cleaner in Tokyo, here is the list for you. You can also learn basic Japanese phrases which you can use at a dry cleaner. Our article Laundry Symbols and Dry Cleaning Services in Japan may also be interesting for you.
|I would like these done.||KORE O ONEGAI SHIMASU.|
|How much is this/how much are these?||KORE WA IKURA DESU KA?|
|Please remove the stain on the skirt/shirt.||SUKÂTO/SHATSU NO SHIMI O TOTTE KUDASAI.|
|When will it be ready?||ITSU DEKIMASU KA?|
Don’t fold it, please.
|TATAMANAI DE KUDASAI.|
Today | Tomorrow | The Day After Tomorrow
|KYOU | ASHITA | ASATTE|
Laundrytown has several locations that can help you get on your way faster with basic wash-fold service. They provide full pick-up and delivery service throughout Tokyo (though primarily on the south and east sides), and online ordering is available 24/7.
They provide pick-up and delivery services (Shinagawa-ku and Minato-ku), as well as cleaning services for household items such as curtains, duvets, table cloths, and so on. They also offer clothing alteration services.
Full pick-up and delivery services in Minato-ku, Shibuya-ku, Chiyoda-ku, Meguro-ku, Shinagawa-ku, Chuo-ku, Shinjuku-ku.
Nasu Cleaning offers specialized services such as stain removal and dry cleaning of large items.
Their website is in Japanese however they provide services in English.
Azabu-juban (1-10-19, Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Azabu-juban (1-4-6, Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Azabu-juban (1-5-18, Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Hakuyosha is a chain dry cleaner. You can find them in a variety of locations.
If you would like to know more about detergent, please refer to: How to find the right laundry detergent in Japan
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