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Kinokuniya Book Stores of America, New York City

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  • Great book and stationary store, whether you are a Japanophile or not! Oh-so-kawaii gift items on the lower floor that are such fun to croon over -- the Japanese must have a patent on cuteness. The st...  more »
  • This is the kinokuniya Bookstore in New York City. If Japan books in New York you want to buy, so I would say. It is, however, is a commonplace, but still Japan is bought in Japan in the amount cheaper. However, in New York City, stop by here and still a relief.
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  • The store has 3 floors: in the above there are manga (in Japanese and English), books about Ghibli, figures Pop films. In the intermediate there are books, and Japanese toys (Nanoblocks, etc...) And at the bottom there are magazines, stickers, stationery articles (Gudetama, Hello Kitty, Rilakumma, and more). Anyway, if you like Japanese culture I recommend going (went with a friend who does not know nor the capital of Japan, and equally liked), take care of their wallets haha I spent about 100 dollars.
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