With our holiday drawing very quickly to a close, it was time to get the rest of our itinerary done as quickly as possible.
Mandarake Complex, Akiba Cultures Zone, and Kotobukiya get a lot of press mileage, but I would like to say that Don Quixote is my favorite shop!
Merchants sell a mix of anime goods and handmade items, and it’s a great way to pick up a figure or two at bargain prices.
The Kotobukiya store was just a litany of things I wanted but didn’t need.
If you are an avid anime fan and figure collector, Akihabara is a one-stop shopping district that can fulfill all your needs.
The food and drink items on the menu were fairly standard cafe fare, but given really funny Gundam-related names that I’m sure many fans will enjoy.
We dropped by Akihabara and do some shopping. And by “shopping”, I mean spending a nice chunk of change at some anime goods stores and second-hand shops. I regret nothing.
The goal of Tokyo Big Sight’s exhibit was to showcase Tokyo’s many attractions, as well as collect messages of hope and encouragement for the victims of the March 2011 disasters.
Radio Kaikan, the Kotobukiya store, the Kaiyodo Shop, the Azone shop, Mandarake Complex, and Sheryl Nome Oppai Purin.
I swear to god — something like this can only happen in Japan. Tokyo is made up of win and awesome.