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Not just a shopping centre. Futuristic buildings set up like a theatre on a seasonally decorated canal and attractive musical fountain.
This flea market has a variety of traditional goods perfect for gifts, souvenirs or household use.
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!
Going into Isetatsu is like experiencing a part of art history; this store continues a nearly 200-year-old tradition of color woodblock printing.
Tenjinbashisuji Shotengai is the longest shopping street in Japan. Almost anything can be found in this unique, 2600m shopping area.
From suburbs to cityscapes, its islands to its national parks, Tokyo is huge (13,572 km2 as a whole and the metropolitan area 1/7 that size) and more than just the bright neon signs commonly associated with it. Shinjuku is Tokyo, Shibuya and Harajuku are Tokyo, but there are also the Izu Seven Islands and the mountainous area around Okutama—all in Tokyo. Got it? Good.
Electronics stores, hundred-yen shops, discount stores, "Creative Life" stores, are some of the shops that visitors will find only in Japan
A foreigner-friendly multi-purpose complex in Tokyo, Akihabara UDX provides a variety of food and souvenir shops, events and things to do, ensuring a great experience.