Sano Premium Outlet, Sano

With 180 domestic and international brand shops, Sano Premium Outlet serves as a popular shopping village about an hour's drive from Tokyo. Located in Sano city, the outlet caters to international customers and has guides, announcements, maps, and signs in English. Numerous sitting areas and wide walkways make this place very convenient for shopping. The food court features 15 restaurants, offering both local and international cuisine, with many Japanese locals coming here after work to get discounted prices on food. Direct buses from Tokyo run regularly and take 80 minutes, dropping you just three minutes' walk from the outlet. Work out when and for how long to visit Sano Premium Outlet and other Sano attractions using our handy Sano road trip app .
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  • It can get crowded as I had expected in the first quarter was once a bargain last, enjoy shopping. Outlets in the Tokyo area, next to Gotemba is lots of stores, stores of a similar assortment are often too much that I felt like less than the store's food court, so don't feel.
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  • In this outing for [Sano Premium outlets], arrived at noon. Thought from pushing for Sano Sano ramen and IMO FRY has been enjoying the Sano ramen and IMO FRY ago that, is the food court, to have them, but there is no unusual Chapel Sano ramen! Sano Premium outlets out call and want to enjoy the Sano ramen and you think viewers! Www Sano Premium outlets, Sano ramen is not because in the city it is recommended (send 2018 / 01 / 30 13:53)
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  • More Shinjuku Busta bus is useful than Tokyo Sano Premium outlets Mall to go! In addition to inbound demand at all, and can be reached in about an hour and a half is going to gotenba and Kisarazu. It is off the beaten path!
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  • This is an upscale outlet park, one of the largest in Japan. The shops are heavily biased towards women but there are a number of kids, men, and household goods shops. There are plenty of parking spaces, a food court and restaurants with a number of food stalls dotted around. It's a good idea to come early to avoid the crowds and there's a handy clothes adjustment shop on site. As it's in sano I advise going to one of the many nearby sano ramen shops for a local speciality.
  • The best place for shopping. Almost all brands areavailable at one place . You can calk it BRAND HUB
  • The place itself is very nice. Good stores, and easy to get there from Tokyo.
  • Great outlets, smaller than Karuizawa but with the same architectural style (kind of European streets). Less high end stores than expected but good restaurant options, parkings lots are a bit far. Went during the week, few customers again compared to Karuizawa in the same conditions.
  • It is very beautiful now with Christmas lighting., many shopping options., promotions., I recommend♪(๑ᴖ◡ᴖ๑)♪
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