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Tokyo Anime Center, Chiyoda
(2.2/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Tokyo Anime Center is located in Chiyoda. To visit Tokyo Anime Center on your trip to Tokyo, use our Tokyo tourist route planner.
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  • My sister loves anime and wanted to visit the Tokyo Anime Center. It took us about an hour of walking around just to find it. GPS would point us somewhere but it wasn't the correct spot. The shop is s...  more »
  • Like it or not the genre is an experience you must do to live Tokyo. Turn around the neighborhood and revenue in stores you will be shocked whether you like it or not
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  • We weren't anime fans, but thought it would be interesting to learn a little about the popularity of anime. Well, we din't learn anything at the Anime Center. It was difficult to find and our cab driv...  more »
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  • I was very excited to go there, but got a bit disappointed. Lots of stuff for small kids or grown up guys, and nothing for anime lovers. It's a small place, and you can find bigger anime stores in Tokyo. The interesting thing, I guess, was manga drawing exhibition, but even then it's not as impressive. A thing to do, but nothing amazing.
  • This little Shop is located on the walkway of the UDX building. If you're an anime fan it's a neat place to pick up anime related items. The staff are super friendly and helpful. Not as many options as Radio or Volks but a lot less hectic too!
  • Underwhelming, small room with some sketches from popular new animes. They host events from time to time which looked cool but sadly weren't going on when I was there. Some art from the same anime and other gift stuff for sale but most shops in akihabara had a much better selection.
  • Sooo weak, I was expecting to see things of amines but I didn't find even One Piece, Naruto, Death Note or SAO
  • It was fun as far as the Japanese cultural experience goes, but there nothing related to the Ghibli Studios or other old school stuff. Mainly eye candy.