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.
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!
There is too much choice for the Anime shops in Japan! But if you are visiting Tokyo, then the well-known place to visit is Akihabara! I almost sure that you will find the goods that you want!Animate: https://www.animate.co.jp/shop/akihabara/Kotobukiya: http://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/kotobukiya-akiha...
I always shop at LUMINE shopping center. It's located in multiple areas such as Shinjuku, Ginza, and Ikebukuro. Some people like to shop at outlet malls, too.If you are younger, like teenager, Shibuya and Harajuku would be suitable places for shopping. Go to Laforet Harajuku or Takeshita Street i...
If you are going to Tokyo, then visit Tsukiji! Probably, it will be your first experience to see that many fishes! There are so many kinds of fish you can buy! Also, there are many eating places include Sushi, so you will never get disappointed from Tsukiji!
You can exchange the currency at the banks, post offices, currency exchange booths in Japan. But most of the rates and commissions are almost the same. However, I think that Daikokuya (大黒屋) could be the best place to change the currency among them.http://shop.e-daikoku.com/info/spot/list?c_dcflg1...
How about trying maid cafe? It's a concept cafe where the waitresses are acting actual maids. Maidreaming is famous chane and they have English website.https://www.veltra.com/en/asia/japan/tokyo/a/103111?cid=jp_enen_in_jp_tokyo_tours_dsa&gclid=CjwKEAjwsqjKBRDtwOSjs6GTgmASJACRbI3frYM9922YlNXcVS3m0...
Animate has lots of stuffs and there are multiple branches in Tokyo.https://www.animate.co.jp/You can find more anime stores in this article:https://hubjapan.io/articles/10-best-anime-and-manga-stores-in-tokyo-that-will-drive-you-crazy
I have been to Kisarazu outlet and Shizuoka outlet. Both were big! Gotenba outlet mall near Hakone or Mt.Fuji is also famous.
Superpotato in Akihabara is heaven for the retro games :)
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There's a game shop called "Retro Game Camp" in Akihabara, which is 5 min. walk from Akihabara station. The shop specialized in classic games so I think you can find what you want. Here's the English webpage; http://www.retrogamecamp.com/en/
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Most likely around 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM except chain stores such as Yodobashi.
It depends on what you want to buy but if you are looking for clothes shopping, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Harajuku would have many options.
When going on a shopping spree in Tokyo, do not miss out on its weekend flea market events. Have fun hunting for bargains and unique finds!
There are many department stores in Japan. Shinjuku Isetan, Shinjuku Takashimaya, Ginza Mitsukoshi, Nihonbashi Takashimaya. Also walking down the Chuo-dori Street in Ginza you can find many high-end shops. Mitsukoshi in Nihonbashi is said to be the oldest department store in Japan. The building i...