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Top "Kawaii" Japanese souvenirs to keep or send back home. Loveable, cute, charming, pretty, and darling. There's so much kawaii-ness to be discovered in Japan!
Matsumoto Kiyoshi is the biggest drugstore chain in Japan, providing not only drugs and medicine, but also cosmetics and beauty products, and plenty more.
AEON Mall at Makuhari New City is Chiba City's first large scale shopping center comprised of four “lifestyle” malls: Active Mall, Pet Mall, Grand Mall, and Family Mall. A one stop shop just 30-minutes from Tokyo Station.
Mitsui’s shopping park, LaLaport Tokyo Bay, boasts 540 stores and can accommodate 8,200 vehicles in its parking structures. Sectioned into three zones, pet-friendly LaLaport combines fashion, dining, and entertainment to a whole new level.
Drive through the undersea tunnel & unique bridge expressway to visit the artificial island for food, shop, rest and fun!
Narita Omotesando is an old Edo Period road lined with traditional souvenir shops and restaurants, leading up to Narita-san Temple.
Daiso ダイソー Japan is the dollar discount store that delivers unique value; one-of-a-kind items that you never knew you actually needed. This particular shop is located in Chiba prefecture, so you can easily drive up to the store and right into a free parking space. Pricing is simple: If the item does not have a price tag, you bet it’s an amazingly low price of 100yen plus tax.
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In 1887, the founder Akiba-san opened the first farm called Akiba Bokujo in Koto-ku, Tokyo. It was moved from there and then a few times around Chiba. It settled in its current