I would suggest the Shosen Book Tower (書泉ブックタワー) in Kanda. They're building from 1st to 9th floor...
TSUTAYA Shibuya has large floor dedicated for manga. It's faced to the famous Shibuya crossings so it is easy to find and access as well. If you are looking for English translated manga, this article may help you:- 7 Bookstores In Tokyo To Go English Manga Shoppinghttps://hubjapan.io/articles/7-b...
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I would suggest the Shosen Book Tower (書泉ブックタワー) in Kanda. They're building from 1st to 9th floors are filled with books, and you can find many kinds of Manga there!https://www.shosen.co.jp/tower/
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- Akihabara (Mandarake, Toranoana, Animate, etc. Just walk along Chuo-Dori Street and you will find lots of stores) - JUMP SHOP (Focused on manga from Jump Magazine such as Dragon Ball and One Piece) - Nakano Broadway (More for retro stuffs) - Pokemon Center - One Piece Shop (Inside Tokyo To...
Akihabara gathers many many such stores. Such as Mandarake, Liberty, Gamers, etc. Liberty is more focused on second hand video games. Those shops are gathered along Chuo-Dori, which is pretty obvious since it is the biggest street in the area. If you want to find generally new manga, just visit a...
2k540 gathers handmade products from young artists. http://www.jrtk.jp/2k540/outline/They gather many many small shops. Located between Akihabara and Ueno. Shops in 2k540:http://www.jrtk.jp/2k540/shop/
You can buy them online shop.http://www.jex-online.com/fs/jexonline/c/0000000212http://amzn.to/2gV4t9kOr you can buy them at the many of the drug stores.
thank u so much. Yes cosplayers do make their costumes sometimes but I'm searching for wigs and specific cosplays websites don't carry online. I prefer buying my own
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You can't miss Akihabara, of course.Nakano Broadway is also a interesting place if you like manga and anime (although they are focused on more retro stuffs) If you like animations from JUMP manga magazine, such as ONE PIECE, NARUTO, Dragon Ball, Breach, etc., Jump Shop maybe your destination. The...
Akihabara.Cospatio is one of the biggest cosplay costumes store:http://cospatio.com/I have heard that cosplayers mostly make costumes on their own.
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Have you heard about 2k450 ?It's located near Akihabara and Ueno, gathers 10 some small creators shops.http://www.jrtk.jp/2k540/Maybe you can find something there.
Itoya in Ginza is amazing! You can find different kinds of pen, paper, crafts, etc. Tokyu Hands or Loft also offers many kinds of stationary. My impression is that Tokyu Hands and Loft sell more fancy stuffs comparing to Itoya.
Ichiran seems to be very popular to travelers. I always see people waiting in front of the ramen shop. AFURI is also has very good shoyu (soy sauce) ramen. Their Yuzushio ramen is amazing. They have multiple branches in Ebisu, Shinjuku, Shibuya, etc. If you want to try something different, go to ...
I have heard that Nippori is textile wholesale district so many people visit Nippori to find textiles. Other than that, Okadaya in Shinjuku or Yuzawaya in Asakusa. Those are the two biggest craft stores selling many many kinds of textiles, etc.
Ueno is a crowd pleaser with its wide array of sights and activities to enjoy. Never run out of things to do when you visit this busy Tokyo downtown area.
Anime related products and home appliances are many in Akihabara.There are lots of ramen shops, taverns, curry shops and so on.If you want to eat more authentic and traditional things, we recommend going to Ueno or Kanda near Akihabara.
Major shopping sites in Sapporo:- Shopping mall connected to Sapporo Station; ESTA, Paseo, APIA, STELLAR PLACEhttp://www.jr-tower.com/- Daimaru department store connected to Sapporo Station.http://www.daimaru.co.jp.e.md.hp.transer.com/sapporo/index.html- Sapporo underground shopping streethttp://...
Franc Franc has cute furnitures. The store is in Shinjuku, Shibuya, etc.IDÉE, Be-Company, KEYUCA, unico have got simple style furnitures. The stores are located in major shopping malls in Tokyo.
Takeshita Street in Harajuku is filled with cheap clothes shops. Other than that, fast fashion is also very popular in Japan. Like UNIQLO, GU, Shimamura, H&M, Forever21, ZARA, etc.
Go to either Yodobashi, Bic Camera, or Yamada. They are all in Shinjuku or Akihabara!
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