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As said in other reviews this is just one giant museum (unless you've got the $$$$). There are bargains, but the most fascinating thing is the rows and rows of toys, anime, manga, figurines, and more.
So many of my childhood toys from way back...More
My husband is a big Transformers and Astro Boy fan/collector and lover of watches so this was high on our list of must visit places in Tokyo. Mandrake and the Luxury Watch stores attracted our attention the most. There were many shops to check out...More
Came here mainly to check out a few luxury watch stores and was pleasantly surprised to end up visiting bookstores, movie memorabilia stores, eateries, etc .
Love the many luxury watch stores in this building selling both new and second hand watches. Some are really...More
This is a really fun four-floor shopping complex if you're already in the area. A five minute walk from Nakano Station, you can pass through Nakano Sunmall, which is a nice covered outdoor street leading up to Nakano Broadway. It has a lot of little...More
Nakano Broadway is a cool place to visit while in Tokyo, but its not a place I would see if your short on time.
Akiharbara is probably a better option if your choosing between them. However if you do have the time Nakano Broadway is...More
Response from fadanothai | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on your wish list and how much you can budget for your anime addiction. You may find a wonderland of anime choices at both destinations. I can say from my experience that I was able to visit Nakano Broadway... More
It really depends on your wish list and how much you can budget for your anime addiction. You may find a wonderland of anime choices at both destinations. I can say from my experience that I was able to visit Nakano Broadway twice on my trip, so the first time I bought 8 dolls that I was super happy with (I'm a doll freak) and left some money for the next few days' sightseeing, eating and souvenir shopping, but by the last day I decided I didn't need to spend more on souvenirs and went back and got 5 more dolls that had caught my eye. I must have spent about 50,000 yen the first day and about 20,000 more when I went back.