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Which shops in Akihabara should an anime otaku go?

Satomi Ikoma Satomi Ikoma, Living in Japan

Cospatio Akihabara http://www.cospa.com/special/shoplist/list/akiba.html you can find lot of cosplay costumes Toranoana http://akihabaralist.com/toranoana lots of manga and anime goods! Note that there are 3 different buildings Gachapon Kaikan http://www.akibagacha.com/ You will be...

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Answered over 4 years ago

Which shops in Akihabara should an anime otaku go?

Shin Kinoshita Shin Kinoshita, Living in Japan

1. Sofmap Amusement Museum In this figure, DVD, or have such as used games are sold. http://www.sofmap.com/tenpo/topics/exec/_/id=shop/-/sid=akb-amuse 2. Akihabara UDX When you go on weekends is so flea market has been held. It seems Anime Otaku products are sold. In the building seems...

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I am thinking of buying something to my friend as a souvenir of Japan. What are some recommendations?

usagi usagi, Lived in Japan

If you don't have much budget for souvenir, why don't you try to go 100 yen shops (Daiso, Cando, Serlia...etc). Even it is just 100yen, there are tons of variation of goods. Among them, I often buy chopsticks, cute japanese last design coasters, maccha (green tea) taste chocolate / candies, tenug...

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15 Souvenir Recommendations to Remember Japan

15 Souvenir Recommendations to Remember Japan

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