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Shinjuku West Exit Camera Town, Shinjuku

(3.7/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Smack dab in the heart of one of the capital's busiest districts, Shinjuku West Exit Camera Town draws countless visitors with its shopping options. Browse the stores for cameras and photography equipment, as well as other gadgets and accessories like chargers, adapters, cases, and memory cards. Grab a vintage or brand new camera, or simply window shop and enjoy the bustle of this popular shopping destination. Put Shinjuku West Exit Camera Town at the forefront of your travel plans using our Tokyo itinerary planner.
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  • Was able to get some (minimal) english language help here. Prices were decent. Quite a busy, bustling store. 
  • Old camera, I was here West camera city. Yodobashi camera, including Sakura somewhat had the other. Fit alongside the Akihabara consumer electronics products, was very good. Now that large stores in Shinjuku BIC camera and Yamada Denki, becoming ACC presence still a Yodobashi camera, is alive and well. Products somehow sick stomach, such as house building is separated by or, I feel little strange getting in is easy-to-shop who did not, they were accustomed to the old.
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  • I went to Yodobashi camera buying a DSLR. With non-empty interior, the Clerk's staff for good. Not just the camera, everything there was camera-related books.
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  • Big store but an absolute mess of confusion. Several different buildings, somehow attached (could never figure out how to go between). Can't bring products between floors, so you have to spend minimum ¥5400 on each floor to do tax free. Staff are as always very helpful though. From the parts of the store I could actually find, there was also the usual good selection. I would highly suggest going to the Akihabara location, much easier to navigate and I think better selection, think it's bigger as well but at least all one building.
  • OMG - if you want to try headphones - the 5th floor (North building) has like 1000 for you to listen to - many with audio plug so you can plug in your own smartphone to compare - prices up to 180000 yen or Au$2200 - that's 2 hours of my life I'll never get back - I had to bliss out in a foot and back massage chair on the 2nd floor for 30 minutes - OMG I'm trapped here!!!
  • If u r a tourist it is a good place to buy a sim card for your phone. Various choice of cards.
  • Great customer service at this location granted you can speak a little bit Japanese. The store seems to be split where one entrance is in a different area and the mobile portion of Yodobashi camera is in another area. Otherwise, great place for anything electronic or to make your own Hanko Japanese stamp for 500¥.
  • You can get everything electronic here. Just be aware of the voltage differences if you are from anywhere other than the USA.