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Nakano Broadway, Nakano
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
If you're a fan of Japanese anime and manga, you could potentially spend hours at Nakano Broadway. Across four floors, the shopping arcade has numerous branches of Mandarake, a Japanese institution specializing in second manga and anime books, ranging from the cheap to the extremely sought-after and expensive, such as signed copies and prints. Along with Robot Robot, a shop peddling models and figurines of seemingly every popular character imaginable, you'll find video game stores, trading cards, keychains, and endless other knick-knacks. In the basement, you'll find a grocery market and food stalls, making for a good desitnation after spending hours rifling though the endless collectibles. Add Nakano Broadway to your Tokyo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Tokyo travel itinerary planner.
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Se cercate manga, anime e giocattoli giapponesi da collezione vi consiglio una visita qui. Ci sono parecchi negozi Mandarake.If you are looking for manga, anime and Japanese collectible toys I recommend a visit here. There are several shops Mandarake.show original
The value of yen has been rising in 2016. So I was rather price conscious when shopping around in Tokyo, Nakano Broadway surprised me with its good value for money in food an shopping experience. And ... read more »
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A haven of the simple minded anime enthusiasts and otakus. A word of caution, the heaps of crazy expensive collectibles and Japanese manga might be just too "out there" to be appreciated by a regular western casual manga reader.
Marius Bjerggaard Nielsen
Better than expected actually. I've been meaning to go for a while since I live pretty close by but I put if of because it felt very anime and manga ish which I'm not really a fan of... Anyways a lot more interesting stores than I thought, sure many of them are focused on anime and stuff but they do have some cool shops here and there. Also the market thing below is pretty amazing the fish they had looked amazing and pretty decently priced. Will be comming back to say at least.
Weird, cool, eclectic, and interested. A must-see if you're this side of Shinjuku.
There's a ton of stuff here. Lots of boutique shops and specific stores for enthusiasts. There was a train shop, and it featured old school maps, and rare, hard to find models. Various other things as well. Drop by! You won't be disappointed!
It's like a small Akihabara but more fun.
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