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Gundam Statue & Gundam Front Tokyo
The fascinating world of Gundam in Odaiba!
The Gundam Statue and Gundam Front Tokyo are very popular attractions in Odaiba. Since the grand opening on April 19, 2012, the 1/1 scale of the humanoid-shaped vehicle standing tall in front of Diver City shopping center is exhilarating to watch any time of the day! To get the total Gundam experience, be sure to visit Gundam Front Tokyo on the 7th floor of Diver City to watch a video, take photos, and admire the thousands of Gundam models on display.

Kyoto Kitano Tenman-gu Flea Market
Antiques, kimono fabrics, jewelry, ceramics and more
This flea market has a variety of traditional goods perfect for gifts, souvenirs or household use.

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Top 5 Places for Anime and Manga Fans
Tokyo's 5 essential bases for anime and manga fans
The top essential 5 bases for anime and manga fans in Tokyo can be found in Akihabara and Nakano.

China on the Park
Porcelain treasures and a paint-your-own-plate studio
China on the Park is a large complex run by the Fukagawa Seiji company that showcases fine porcelain in its gallery while welcoming bargain hunter to its discount shop.

Sho-Kodo Secondhand Bookstore
A must visit for book lovers
Sho-Kodo Secondhand Bookstore specializes in used and old books. It is located in Sendai on the road leading to the Sendai City Museum and Sendai Castle Site. 

Tokyo Okashi Land & Character St
Gifts in the making at Tokyo station's underground
Tokyo Okashi Land lives up to its namesake with several concept stores for Japanese confectioners and snack makers; such as Glico and Morinaga. You can also buy freshly-made products at the Calbee and Glico stores. Not only can you shop here, but you can see them make sweets first hand.

Taco Ché
Nakano's alternative manga store
You won't find One-Piece or Shingeki No Kyojin here; in Tokyo's Nakano Broadway, Taco Ché is a manga store selling only independent comics, with an enormous range of beautiful art styles.

Harajuku Fashion
Tokyo's iconic fashion centre
Harajuku is the centre of Tokyo fashion; it's so iconic within Japanese culture, that even if you're not so much of a fashion freak, you should give it a visit.

Don Quijote, Japan's Variety Store
Foreign friendly shopping for souvenirs and more
Don Quijote, commonly abbreviated to Donki, is one of Japan's largest chain stores with over 270 locations throughout Japan. Don Quijote is famous for stocking a wide range of interesting and uniquely Japan products. 

LaLaport Yokohama – a Shopper's Delight
Shop until you drop at Kanagawa's largest shopping mall
LaLaport Yokohama, home to 370 stores, has it all - a cinema, a department store, a food court, electronics, clothing, and much, much more...

Tokyo Skytree
There's more than just the view of Tokyo to explore
Tokyo Skytree has so much to explore, you should definitely leave a whole day to experience the whole thing. It's an unmissable trip with an amazing view even in the rain.

The place for cool, alternative fashion in Tokyo
Enjoy sightseeing, shopping, food, drink and more in Tokyo's trendy Koenji district