Mitsui Outlet Park, Kisarazu

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. Put Mitsui Outlet Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Kisarazu sightseeing website .
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  • The Aqua Kisarazu Kim Yoshida inter in. Disconnect the ETC card if you parked, let's bring in the information center. You can use certificate issuing machines are installed, insert ETC, Aqua passing certificate on the day of publishing, presenting, and drinks discounts at shops and restaurants, such as the coupon sheet. Only to information posters tucked in, did not seem to continue, and are carried out by PR in a big way. Are services like know. And empty on weekdays, parking is easy. I would still extend.
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  • Take the bus to return to Shinjuku, early to the journey is very smooth, less than a hour to arrive, return to meet the car (not the weekend, is Thursday). Many European and Japanese brands, if there is time, should go to the end of the train, ha
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  • And went on sale in the very crowded and busy. Food Court is now fully 11:30.
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  • 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.. Try to go early and leave early for your return before 4pm, which is when the traffic starts getting crowded. Otherwise stay late and have dinner there until the traffic is eased around 10pm.
  • Good outlet mall with large range of Japanese and foreign brands. They also have plenty of luxury and designer brands as well. Plenty of people bring their dogs as well although they can't bring them inside any of the stores.
  • Lots of shops, expect to spend a couple of hours here. The food court is a good size but individual restaurants are limited.
  • I had a bad experience with the management here. The shops are also a bit subpar. I would suggest taking your business elsewhere. There is so much worthwhile to do around the Kanto area.
  • Low price.. Good Items

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