RADIO Hall offers a plethora of first and second-hand otaku products. In VOLKS Akihabar HOBBY, you can buy the most nostalgic as well as the latest anime series all at once. In MULAN, situated in the middle of the street, you can find both affordable and high-end games and dolls. This store doesn't close until 10:30.
When it comes to Tokyo, Akihabara is my favorite place. This is a truly well-rounded area with various food, drink, and entertainment options. With its large and diverse range of stores, it's impossible to see everything here in one day. Game and cartoon-related picture albums, art sets, and audiovisual products are everywhere.
Akihabara is known as the world leading electronic district and home to Otaku culture. It’s the best place to witness the underground culture of Japan and shop high-tech gadgets. From geeky spots to historical sites. With plenty of electronics available at low prices as well as figures and toys from anime, manga, and games it's the perfect place to find cool Japanese gifts. The streets of Akihabara are lined with numerous arcades and game centers where visitors can have fun playing crane (UFO catchers) and arcade games—the retro classics and latest releases. In addition to home electronics, Yodobashi Camera Akihabara also offers brand-name fashion, as well as a food court located above the main store. With plenty to see and buy, it is easy to spend all day in this building located conveniently in front of Akihabara Station.
What kind of impression does Akihabara have for you? Is 3C electronics heaven? 💥The otaku shrine of anime idol fans? Or are there many maid-themed coffee shops?
Akihabara is like a cradle of dreams that supports the huge Japanese 3C animation industry and spreads it all over the world.✈️
Famous for its many electronics shops, Akihabara is an area located in central Tokyo’s Chiyoda ward. Tourists flock here in search of bargains from top-shelf electronics manufacturers. More recently, Akihabara has emerged as the center of Japan’s vast anime and manga culture. Visitors today will notice an atmosphere catering to these tastes. Stores are filled with anime and manga icons, cosplayers line the sidewalks distributing advertisements for cafes and products. The result is a mecca for electronics-fascinated youth culture. Walking through Akihabara, it’s possible to imagine oneself as having entered some new digital reality.