Mitsui Outlet Park, Kisarazu

#2 of 46 in Shopping in Chiba Prefecture
Browse through a large range of Japanese and international goods during a trip to Mitsui Outlet Park, an open-air shopping mall. Pick up clothes made by some of the world's largest and most popular brands, and take a look at the extensive range of sports and outdoor leisure stores, finding items that'll come in handy during your holiday. The large food court has a good range of local and international chains to choose from, as well as plenty of seats, ideal for shoppers needing to give their legs a rest. Make Mitsui Outlet Park a centerpiece of your Kisarazu vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Kisarazu vacation route planner.
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443 reviews
  • August 12, 2017
    1. suddenly going to & quotmitsui outlet Park, en route to Tateyama, guidemap with son driving how fast visit came to an agreement. Not have heard to talk about why, but yet I've never been. You have been to the outlet Gotemba and Karuizawa. In that role when my son and his wife shopping, while watching take care of grandchildren. Or to buy things you want grandkids on my card. I do not in the Dictionary says "go shopping". They decided to buy goods, to make sure to buy on the net or actually buy at retail stores. 2. display sodegaura outlets of the highway and there was a, and the NAVI directions different for, stay at the exit, left at the exit of the NAVI directions as follows. 3. impression Gotemba and Karuizawa and scale, narrow. Very little children's playground. Not place because fewer restaurants especially, enjoy a day with my family and the Park. Interested in private bus operates for luring customers from the Tokyo metropolitan area. 4. visit guest families, many families with young children. It was thought to be China Group.
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  • August 8, 2017
    I think the number of outlets and variations in the Kanto top. In the shops of your eye happens to be bargain so I did!
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  • August 7, 2017
    This is the outlet from the Aqua-line location, easy to get. Spacious parking lot, and lots of stores, is easy to use. Mei Lan I ate at the food court. Has the evening Aqua-line traffic is heavy, so get out to lunch.
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  • July 2, 2017
    It's okay. Like every outlet mall in the world. A warning: The paper maps are only in Japanese (ability to read kanji isn't going to help, they are all in katakana), and the website's English PDF is so low res you can't actually read the letter. So ye who read not Japanese shall have no guidance.
  • May 29, 2017
    Right size, good collections of brand stores. The only catch is the traffic jams to get back to Tokyo thru Aqualine on the weekend evening..
  • March 25, 2017
    It's always crowded bc the Kanagawa people are here and therefore the prices are expensive. I like Chiiba kun's birthday parties in January though!
  • January 15, 2017
    Super clean outdoor mall. Lots of non American brands. Nice Nike outlet
  • June 24, 2017
    Big big factory outlet! Need spend a whole day for visiting!

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