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Mitsui Outlet Park, Kisarazu

3.6
#2 of 46 in Shopping in Chiba Prefecture
Factory Outlet Shopping Mall
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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For scenic views and easy access to shellfish gathering, stay at a hotel or rental along the Kisarazu coast. Though the city's lodging options mostly consist of standard hotels and cozy apartments, a few more luxurious rentals make their way into the mix. If interested in staying farther downtown in this port city, you have a number of options there, though most of the city's cultural activity happens along the water.
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  • Took about 45 mins by the recommended bus from Tokyo station. There are a few buses stopping at this bus stop but the one going to the outlet has the sign mitsui outlet outside the bus. The outlet mal...  more »
  • Bit far, can take a shuttle from Shinjuku near Keio mall. Can buy the 5000 yen package on the shuttle, which includes a round trip shuttle ticket, and 3000 yen of shopping coupon. The shopping coupon ...  more »
  • We took the recommended way to go to the outlet by taking the non-stop bus from Shinjuku Station west exit. It was an enjoyable 55 mins ride through an undersea tunnel (said to be one of the longest i...  more »
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  • 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.
  • 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..
  • 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!
  • Super clean outdoor mall. Lots of non American brands. Nice Nike outlet
  • Big big factory outlet! Need spend a whole day for visiting!