Mitsui Outlet Park TAMA MINAMI OSAWA, Hachioji

(3.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Designed with a southern French townscape in mind, Mitsui Outlet Park TAMA MINAMI OSAWA incorporates local and global big-brand shopping, as well as lifestyle stores and various eateries. Unusually for a mall, you can also explore an open-air gardening and pet supplies shop, stocked with plants and equipment. Many stores offer tax-free shopping, and the mall's plentiful outdoor seating provides the perfect spot to take a break and watch the world go by. Using our custom trip planner, Hachioji attractions like Mitsui Outlet Park TAMA MINAMI OSAWA can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A little bit gradually renewed and better shops. Fashion, Interior, underwear, sports, general store and is filled with. Adidas and Nike are widely depending on time stayed good. There were times when better giving 30% off ticket in coach was empty during the week. Playground equipment kids play dining is below average, but also has seen many families.
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  • Is a disadvantage because outlet Minami Osawa Station to take the train is useful, but not so much wide parking lot becomes full in the early hours. Compared to other outlets have small, not quite my favorite shop is difficult. I personally prefer outlet Gotemba, Iruma, and Kisarazu.
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  • This summarizes it widely without a compact. Close to the station at once in a while. It's nice that there are spaces where children can play. Was the road from the train station and is within easy reach.
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  • A convenient place if you just want the feel a of a non-oppressively crowded shopping center, not unlike outlet malls or walk abouts that you'd find in suburban USA (and with many of the same brands). There are definitely better places to go if you are searching for bargains. I'm not sure if I would really call the prices there "outlet prices". There's also a cozy Tully's Coffee shop tucked in one of the corners. I enjoyed it because I was tethered to Tokyo Metropolitan University for a few days' conference, and appreciated having something to wander around during the less-interesting conference sessions.
  • Many shoes and clothes shops together. A mall that isn't much popular nowadays it seems, and quite a far reach from Tokyo center. You won't find the greatest stuff there, nor any fantastic discount. Better save time and money to go shopping during the sales season in any shop.
  • It is a compact two-storey outlet mall. But the sense of adventure is a one-story, fun. I think there was a little more substantial food court is nice?. How to align the shop roughly outlet mall.
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  • Smaller outlets. To go by train (Minami-Osawa Station) metro station is good, so good, but I was with parking but I always jam image.
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  • There are plenty of shops, also current ones, such as readily available at outlet prices. When I'm doing in the stores as well as importantly there. At that time, it's 90% there when is check in frequently.
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