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Bookstore
“It's famous book store with cafe in Japan. Every people loves stay here with notebook.”
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Shopping Mall
“御徒町駅と上野駅の間にある商店街がアメヤ横丁です。正式名称はアメ横商店街連合会といいます。衣類、雑貨、食品など様々な店舗があり、店舗によっては値引き交渉を行うこともできます。常に人であふれ、外国人も多く訪れる人気スポットです。上野周辺を観光した帰りに、お土産探しに寄ってみるのも楽しいです。 名称:アメヤ横丁 住所:東京都台東区上野 アクセス:JR山手線 「上野駅」「御徒町駅」徒歩すぐ Ameyoko in Ueno has lots of shops for clothes, jewels, and foods !!”
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Video Store
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“One of the most popular starbucks in Tokyo. It is with Tsutaya whichi is the biggest book,DVD/CD rentals store in Japan. You can taste coffee over reading books. ”
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Record Shop
“Tower Records was given an extensive overhaul in late 2012 that increased its whopping 5,000 square metres of floor space. There’s now a bookstore and a decent café on the 2nd floor, the music sections now give prominent placement to back catalogue stock as well as new arrivals, and there’s a video streaming venue called Tower Revolve Project in the basement, plus extra space for live performances. Venue name: Tower Records Shibuya Address: 1-22-14 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Daily 10am-11pm (Tower Records Cafe until 11.30pm)”
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Video Store
“One of the most popular starbucks in Tokyo. It is with Tsutaya whichi is the biggest book,DVD/CD rentals store in Japan. You can taste coffee over reading books. ”
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Jewelry Store
“The stores in the small streets around this shopping complex are great for vintage camera hunting. There are three or four shops here that carry old cameras and accessories, such as tripods and various darkroom goods. The standouts are Nitto Camera and Fujiya. Everything is pretty cheap—you can find old compact film cameras for less than $5. The Broadway itself also can be a good place to capture some street snaps.”
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Market
“Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. Numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here.”
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Sporting Goods Shop
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Record Shop
Fish Market
“Cheap but fresh fish and vegetable is available. Sushi "to go" is available and recommended!”
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Store
“ドアにはドリームキャッチャー、シルバー、ゴールド、シェル、真珠、ターコイズ、天然石を使ってデザインされたジュエリーショップ。小ぶりで品の良いデザインばかり。   JEPUN: On the door, a dream catcher, silver, gold, a shell and a pearl. The jewelry shop designed using a turquoise and a natural stone. Only the small and elegant design. ”
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Jewelry Store
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Antique Shop
“In a quiet, narrow alley in the center of Asakusa, this shop carries antiques and vintage clothing mainly from the Taisho Roman period of the early 20th century. It’s like time traveling to the days when Japan began to be conscious of foreign cultures. The owner has top-notch taste and can help you find something with the essence of the good old Tokyo. Nothing about this store feels like modern Tokyo, from the items they carry to the fascinating structure of the building itself, the music they play, the smell of the place, and even the fashion sense of the staff. But it all feels natural—not fake and staged. That’s the reason I love this store.”
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Music Store
“The undisputed mecca for secondhand synthesizers. Hidden behind the shelves of equipment is the repair workshop, and that’s what makes this place so good—everything on display is powered up and in great working order. Even if you’re a newbie, feel free to try them out. There’s also a wall of modular synths here, ready for your infinite noodling. Since this is the most revered synth shop in Tokyo, the top names in electronic music will often visit it while on tour. Try not to bug them while they’re making the pilgrimages though.”
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