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Akihabara


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Tokyo, 101-0021

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"You could choose a hotel in Shinjuku because there you have direct acces from/to the airport with the Narita Express, and on saturday I'd visit Akihabara, Ginza, Marunouchi, Shibuya, Omotesando."  See More

"If you're going to be staying within much of Tokyo itself, check out Sensoji Temple and Akihabara ."  See More

"Go to Akihabara in Tokyo, that's anime central."  See More

"For electronics, and discounted electronics, try Akihabara or, like mentioned, a Bic Camera."  See More

"Akihabara is where you'll find a huge 6 floor pachinko parlour and the world's largest sex shop."  See More

"Below is a list of areas and places that are totally worth shopping: Marunouchi Ginza Akihabara Shinjuku Shinjuku Station Tokyo Station Harajuku Shibuya Shibuya Station Omotesando Omotesando Hills Asakusa"  See More

"If you want electronics, it's all about Akihabara."  See More

"Akihabara a neighborhood called Electric City, the "Time Square" of Tokyo for electronics and mangas: a lot of fun at night when everything is illuminated."  See More

"Akihabara is also worth going to as it hosts the biggest electronic store in the world, and also the biggest sex shop."  See More

"If I'd been myself, I'd probably still be wandering around in Akihabara gawking at all the electronic stuff waiting to be put together!"  See More

"Akihabara All new electronic stuff , manga life, maid cafes and various other adventures present here."  See More

"While in that area, instead of Akihabara, check out the more real Manadrake at Nakano (Google it), there are lots of other weird, ridiculous shops in that building."  See More

"Days 1-2 Tokyo - Asakusa (Temple), Ryogoku (Edo Musuem) & Kappabashi Shopping (Kitchen Town), Akihabara (electric town) but also stop at Artisan centre and walk to maach ecute 神田万世橋 N3331, then Harajuku & Omotesando area Meijijngu and the Nezu Museum as well as people watching."  See More

"My favorite store was Shibuya 109 and the electronics part of town is great Akihabara"  See More

"Walk around the Tokyo Imperial Palace, wander through different neighborhoods like Harajuku, Ginza , Shibuya and Akihabara, check out the many shrines, temples and parks such as Meiji Shrine, and eat ramen and other street foods."  See More

"I'd say get as close to Akihabara as you can and just walk around."  See More

"The Tokyo Station name is a bit tricky as you are particularly interested in going to Harajuku Station (Takeshita Dori), Shibuya Station, and Akihabara for the manga/anime/arcades!"  See More

"You have a looooooot to see and do in Tokyo, I would spend 1 week in getting to know the different neighborhoods like Asakusa Decks OdaibaYokohama Ginza Shibuya Shinjuku Akihabara Roppongi and the other week I would visit some of the great cities near by like Kamakura Nikko and Kyoto !"  See More

"Akihabara the electric city where all the "otakus" (geeks) gadgets, and cosplay girls hang out."  See More

"For example, if you are into gadgets and unique Japanese anime and manga culture, the Akihabara district is for you."  See More

"I'll second what other have said and say that Akihabara, Tsukiji Fish Market and Shibuya are some must see places."  See More

"Try Sensoji Temple,Shibuya 109,Akihabara and these are all in Tokyo."  See More

"In Akihabara the game store Super Potato is a very cool trip."  See More

"Go to Tsukiji Fish Market (Tsukiji Fish Market), check out sumo, and Akihabara (Akihabara)."  See More

"If you want to get out of the tourist areas, you could check out Akihabara to experience some Cosplay, Ekoda Station to get into a little more of a suburban area (I lived in this area for awhile), or Ikebukuro for some Fugu (blow fish), which I think is one of those experiences that you have to take advantage of while in Japan."  See More

"Shinjuku for shopping Roppongi for bars Akihabara for electronics and rapping dudes in front of stores Harajuku for shopping/people watching Definitely go to top bar at Park Hyatt, they have live music but there is about a $20 cover."  See More

"I highly recommend Tokyo Ueno Touganeya Hotel since you mentioned that you might visit the Tsukiji Fish Market - it's on the same general side as the fish market, as well as Akihabara, Asakusa, Tokyo Sky Tree and Ginza."  See More

"We explored Harajuku (go on a Sunday to see all the teens wearing their crazy cosplay outfits), Omotesandō, the above neighborhoods, the Imperial Palace gardens, Akihabara, Ueno Park, Roppongi Hills , Asakusa (to see the Sensoji Temple) for the first 3 days, then we took day trips to Tokyo Disneyland (the next door Tokyo Disney Sea is a more interesting park, which we visited this time around) and Nikko."  See More

"For manga sub-culture, you can go to Akihabara, for fashion, Ginza, Harajuku or Shibuya."  See More

"Another adventurous thing is Akihabara."  See More

"If you want to see the neon on Tokyo, a visit to Akihabara is in order."  See More

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