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A Lot of Limited Items Here! Find Akihabara Culture-Related Goods at KOTOBUKIYA!

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A Lot of Limited Items Here!  Find Akihabara Culture-Related Goods at KOTOBUKIYA!
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KOTOBUKIYA is a shop that sells a variety of goods related to Akihabara culture, such as anime goods, plastic models, and character figures.

Apart from Akihabara, KOTOBUKIYA also places its store in Nihonbashi in Osaka. The KOTOBUKIYA in Akihabara that we came today has 5 floors in total. The 1st floor places trendy anime goods and souvenirs, the second floor has anime goods aimed at women, the 3rd floor has girl character figures, and the 4th floor has models and foreign goods. In addition, the 5th floor is used as an event space.

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While there are a variety of goods in the store, Alisa Urahama and Tina Tamashiro stopped at the “Star Wars” goods corner in the 4th floor. Although Star Wars related figures are sold all around the world, the Star Wars series at KOTOBUKIYA is known for its high quality and receives attention from foreign countries as well. Not only the goods, just looking at the displays in the store and feeling the space of Star Wars will surely make you feel excited!

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Alisa and Tina both bought an ohashi (chopstick) that imaged a Japanese sword of the samurai as a souvenir. With the influence of the game “Touken Ranbu”, the Japanese sword is extremely popular right now among the Japanese teenagers.

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KOTOBUKIYA is a place where you can enjoy just by looking at the display and recognize the trend instantly from the various goods corners. You will surely be able to feel the Akihabara culture here!

Photo by kobadog
Translated by Serina

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Information

KOTOBUKIYA Akihabara
Address : Soto Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 1-8-8
Nearest Station : Akihabara
TEL : 03-5298-6300
URL : http://www.kotobukiya.co.jp/store/akiba/

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Ayaya
Ayaya

Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

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