Akihabara! Where else? But actually, there are so many good electronic shops in Japan. So you can find them easily.
Found near residential areas, Tokyo’s shotengai is ideal for those who want to shop and dine while taking a glimpse into the Japanese people’s everyday lives.
When it comes to shopping for premium and branded goods in Tokyo, outlet stores are shopping destinations worth checking out. Plan a shop ‘til you drop trip by taking your pick from this list of top outlet malls in and around Tokyo!
You should try visiting Kappabashi, it's the biggest kitchenware wholesale district in Tokyo (and maybe in the world)
I would suggest Yayoi Kusama Museum, but the tickets are really hard to get. Mori Art Museum is also a good place to visit, and tickets are so easy to get too.
Hi Mari Takahashi, I'm looking for munafie too. Did you found it and would you mind to share where i can get? Thank you
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there are many outlet mall in Japan.”Outlet mall” is huge shopping center they sell last year model clothes from various blands.You can enjoy not only shopping but also viewing scenery.For example, you can see Mt.Fuji（highest mountain in Japan) from Godenba premium outlets on a sunny day.
You have to experience the nightlife if you want to make the best out of your trip to Yokohama. As a certified cosmopolitan city, it rivals Tokyo’s frantic energy, where, as the sun goes down, everything becomes brighter and noisier. See, eat, and drink the night away to enjoy what it has to off...
You should definitely visit Animate. One whole floor is dedicated only for figures. Most of the figures they sell are second hand, but you can find seriously cute ones! Visit 5th floor of Animate Akihabara:https://www.animate.co.jp/shop/akihabara/
Donki is the most famous discount store chain in Japan. Donki has all sorts of stuff, from snacks, cosmetics, electronics, clothes, etc. Many tourists like to shop at Donki. Donki is also a TAX-FREE store which is another good point. http://www.donki.com/en/?pre=le
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Kinokuniya in Shinjuku (there are two Kinokuniya in Shinjuku... the one near South exit and the department store Takashimaya has more foreign books) and Junkudo in Shibuya have lots of English manga collections.This article may also help you:https://hubjapan.io/articles/7-bookstores-in-tokyo-to-g...
Ameya Yokocho is a very famous reasonable place to shop. There are not only Japanese shops but international. Moreover, there are more foreign shops, compare to Japanese, however, you will never get bold there. http://www.ameyoko.net/And also, Jujo Ginza is also a good place to visit if you are l...
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Do you mean from Shinkansen platform? Look for the sign saying "GRANSTA". That's where shops and restaurants gather in Tokyo Station.If you want to find more shops and restaurants, go out of the station from any "Yaesu" exit. "Yaesu Central" "Yaesu North" anything with "Yaesu". Then find stairs t...
If you intend to shop and make a lot of purchases to be carried in your luggage to be checked in, it is better to buy snacks in the airport after clearing immigration. This will not add to you check in luggage maximum weight limit.In addition to not having to carry the snacks around in your lugga...
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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.