Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Main Store, Shinjuku

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Smack dab in the heart of one of the capital's busiest districts, Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Main Store 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. To visit Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Main Store and other attractions in Tokyo, use our Tokyo trip itinerary builder website .
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  • Chose the store of 10,000 was 10,000 and 15,000 points but I bought a wifi router to Yodobashi camera and BIC compete monthly fee in the total amount obtained was deceived and says maybe?
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  • Than camera is an electronic product city. Outside the West exit of Shinjuku Station before, Yodobashi camera, big. Big collaboration with UNIQLO, operates under the name of Vic Lo. Like in previous Yodobashi, West of the main is now that big is in the face of the West. Does not discount the Termini of the negotiating which stores it so cheap. It might be that selling from foreigners to take easy 値引kanakute. However, the new products are first sorted samples. This is fun buy or even try.
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  • Super geek fest. This is one of the best collections i have seen in these stores. The options can be confusing as hell. Pros. 1 collection of goods 2 staff Cons. 1 the rates are variable and can change based on your bargaining skills. Amazon and bicamera can give you better rates. 2 japan only products. Certain products have japanese as the only language installed. The cost for the international version are very high.
  • I've been shopping here for over a decade. Every time I come to Japan I frequent this place as it has excellent selection. And awesome service!
  • Crowded but many staff members available to answer your query. Only few staff member can understand English. Good collection.
  • Helpful employees and really tried to speak in English. But with hand gestures it's easy to communicate. Not all branches have the same stocks but they knew where and what branch. ---- "Next building. One floor only."
  • When Yodabashi is first mentioned, everyone's first assumption will be of Akihabara Electric Town, and the seven storey Yodabashi store. I spent some time there and found a few items I was interested in, and got the details to Google later for more information and reviews. WHen I was ready to buy, I was in a bit of a hurry and decided to try a lesser known but closer branch in Shinjuku, where I was staying. It was a bit more difficult to locate, given that instead of a multi-storied single building like in Akihabara, the Shinjuku branch is spread among several buildings, with multiple floors. The headphone section was still fairly large on the 4th floor (rice cookers on the fifth floor). Price wise this is a great store, as well as a massive selection. Lots of demo hardware all over the stores. Staff are spread throughout the floor, though as a foreigner I had to try and get a hold of someone to help me. Despite limited English on their part, communication was acceptable and purchasing was simple. Getting tax free purchases is relatively simple. Credit Card Friendly: Yes Amex Friendly: Yes

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