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This shopping Mecca, located akin to the JR Sendai Station, is the ultimate shopper's paradise.
A roadside station (Michi-no-Eki in Japanese) is a large rest area for those driving in Japan. It is located along major roads and highways, with 24-hour access to restrooms and parking facilities. Many are set up to promote local tourism and consist of souvenir shops, restaurants, regional tourist information centers, history museums and even supermarkets. Several hundred million people visit these stations each year, and some even have onsen, or hot springs. Japan has had a long history of hospitality, starting with the ancient post towns that provided pilgrims and merchants travelling by foot, which were made famous in the series "The 53 Stations of the Tokaido".
A Guide to Osaka's Shotengai - exploring the best places to buy food in Osaka
Fantashion is a dazzling event showcasing young Tokyo designers' new creations to the world.
One who is interested in old and antique items can find many different things at Rondo Antique shop of Nikko.
History and the current scene of Kojima jeans, where traditional methods of dyeing and sewing maintain Japan's reputation and international acclaim for quality jeans.