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Mitsui Outlet Park Makuhari, Chiba

(3.3/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Do your shopping at Mitsui Outlet Park Makuhari, an open-air mall featuring bargain prices on a large range of local and international brands. Just 30 minutes by train from Tokyo center, the mall sits next to a park and right by the bay. Hunt for deals, walking among many garden beds and graphics that create a natural urban atmosphere. Take a break at one of the food courts or restaurants and indulge in some tasty Japanese cuisine. Note that the mall does not feature a lot of foreign-language assistance. Put Mitsui Outlet Park Makuhari and other Chiba attractions into our Chiba vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Crowded on weekends, but you can slowly shopping during the week. Most richest lineup, new products will be exhibited Friday impression. Just understand the map and Zhou must be planned. Floors divided into buildings dispersed up and down, up and down will be repeated. Importantly from your back and forth. But I am tired. Places to eat, not so much. Liquor shisui outlet required by car, compared with easy access front of Kaihin-Makuhari Station that is the attraction.
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  • Always go in the daytime on a weekday parking lot also include smooth and are sparse, is easy to shop. Favorite stores and had swapped is disappointing.
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  • Mistake from Kaihin-Makuhari Station, because it has become a two-storied building. I just may have (lol) went on a rainy day or everywhere had a bargain. Close to the shopping mall from the commodity prices went down I feel. It is my opinion only. Not crowded and had a shop.
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  • Located right next to the Kaihin Makuhari Station. It's expanded a lot over the past few years! The Mitsui Outlet chains are a little more expensive than the Premium Outlet chains, but it's way cheaper compares to the one in Kisarazu (and less crowded). The downside is that there's not a lot of places to eat aside from Maison Kayser but then there's Plena and other places nearby!
  • Lots of shops, prices kinda good. Close to station but you can stop by after an event like Tokyo Game Show.
  • Easy to get to by train or bus, lots of stores and some really good deals. Haven't tried the restaurants there, so can't comment.
  • There areany western brands here and "Outlet Mall" is English but other than that they have little in common. Very few bargains here. Right at the station. Many restaurants in the surrounding buildings. Movie theater on the other side of the station
  • Compared to other outlet park, this one is comparatively small. However, the nearby Aeon Mall is humongous and deserves a visit. When I am visiting there in Nov, only small discount is found, might be better bargain at the end of the winter season.