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Tosu Premium Outlets, Tosu

(3.6/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Revel in some retail therapy at Tosu Premium Outlets, a major regional outlet mall accommodating 150 national and international brand stores. Walk around the open-air environment and check out the window displays. Some 17 food vendors cater to a range of tastes. Enjoy some outdoor seating and watch the world go by or settle into a cafe and refuel before taking to the streets again. Be sure to wear some comfortable shoes, and don't forget your sunscreen walking around here. To visit Tosu Premium Outlets on your holiday in Tosu, and find out what else Tosu has to offer, use our Tosu itinerary maker.
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  • Chocolate for Valentine's day, and went in search of what I wanted ago. Short of a shop buying chocolates at Godiva, and soon discover of the sash belt. About 3000 yen and could now at half the price. Made of cheap shopping, I'm very thankful. There were a lot of foreign residents is impressive.
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  • 這裡有不少店, 與其他日本outlet商場相約, 但可能因為premium outlet本身來自美國? 比較多外國的店. 這裡適合自駕遊的人士, 有很多車位.  more »
  • Went by bus from Tenjin. Round trip tickets are 1,000 yen, so probably cheaper than the train. Unlike Karuizawa and Gotemba site is rectangular in shape and is very easy to explore. During the week, but it was crowded with people in Korea.
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  • Easiest and cheapest way to get here from Fukuoka is through the Nishitetsu express bus from the Tenjin bus terminal 4. 1000 yen round trip. Weekday schedule from Tosu back to Fukuoka is 16:30 though. If you need to go back later, you'll need to take the bus and train. Excellent takoyaki balls at the food court. There's only one shop selling takoyaki there.
  • Got plenty of brand names here for shopaholics to spend a half day. Not the biggest of Premium Outlets tho, only a food court and some coffee shops are there. Tourists remember to get a discount booklet from the information centre with your passport before shopping.
  • Got a lot of name brand high quality products!!!! Good prices as well!!!
  • Pretty big outlet with a mix of western and japanese brands. Prices are not exactly cheap by outlet standard.
  • Lots of shops avail in the outlet, items are selling in reasonable price and free parking is also available.