Located five minutes by rail from Tokyo Station, Tokyo, 13 110-0006 Japan
71 reviews

You have to see it to believe it! Also known as Akiba (after a former shrine), this district in central Tokyo, is most famous for it countless electronics stores and is the center for Japan's otaku (i.e. die hard fans) culture. Many businesses devoted to anime and manga are here. Several "maid cafes" with waitresses dressed like maids or anime ...

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    0.23 mi

    Transportation Museum

    0.23 mi from Akihabara
    1 review
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    0.05 mi

    Yodobashi Akiba

    0.05 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    An gigantic store, filled to the brim with pretty much anything you can think of. Ever. We spent more than five hours here on our first visit, and every time we came back we found something new. The entire top floor is exclusively for restaurants of various types. I never would have thought that a store like this would become ...

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    0.16 mi from Akihabara
    1 review
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    0.14 mi

    super potato

    0.14 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    With a plethora of retro games, consoles, and collectible knick-knacks, Super Potato is sure to please nostalgic gamers. The top floor houses a small arcade where customers can take a break from drooling over rare games and play some Super Mario Bros. or snap a selfie with a life-sized model of Snake.

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    0.13 mi


    0.13 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    Big Rainbow!

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    0.06 mi

    Pop life

    0.06 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    Yup this is the famous 7 story sex s Department store in the middle of akihabara! They sell everything from lingerie to videos. Fascinating place. Apparently if you try on the costumes and lingerie and let them take a photo of you to post on the wall, you can get a 30 percent off your entire purchase.

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  • 7
    0.8 mi


    0.8 mi from Akihabara
    6 reviews

    Rain or shine this is a great place to check out. Not only do they have some videogame parlours, they have lots of shopping stalls. Lots of clothing, bits and bobs, and all of it with a flair that is fun to checkout. If you're looking to pick up the flee market type gifts, or looking for something a bit ...

  • 8
    0.71 mi

    Ueno Zoo

    0.71 mi from Akihabara
    4 reviews
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  • 9
    0.32 mi

    Don Quijote

    0.32 mi from Akihabara
    2 reviews

    Eclectic store that has everything and bargains galore. I've been to two inTokyo, one in Minato, in the business district near the Ginza and the one in Akibahara. This one has an AKB48 Japanese Girl singing group's showroom upstairs as well as several arcades.

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  • 10
    0.89 mi


    0.89 mi from Akihabara
    2 reviews

    One of the largest department stores in Japan. Very high end merchandise. Reminds me of Macy's in San Francisco or New York . The have a food court and a gourmet section with $100 apples, pears, melons etc. what I loved was the English speaking tourism office located there.

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  • 11
    0.75 mi

    Tokyo Chamii

    0.75 mi from Akihabara
    1 review
  • 12
    0.46 mi

    Mr. Kanso

    0.46 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    Like so many places in Japan, there's a very vague line drawn between bar and eatery. Usually there's not one at all. Mr. Kanso falls into this category. You can totally get smashed on awesome sake, shochu, beer, and/or hard booze, and you can eat. But what makes this place special is that their food selection is all canned food! ...

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  • 13
    0.97 mi


    0.97 mi from Akihabara
    1 review


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  • 14
    0.7 mi

    Tokudaiji Temple

    0.7 mi from Akihabara
    1 review
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    0.35 mi


    0.35 mi from Akihabara
    1 review
  • 16
    0.92 mi


    0.92 mi from Akihabara
    1 review

    Nice men's import clothing store with a good selection of J-Crew-esque styles. The selection of short sleeve shirts has to be among the most comprehensive I have seen anywhere though the emphasis on florals was a bit too much for me. A good option for residents. Visitors can probably find better prices by waiting until they are home.

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    3.17 mi

    Tokyo Tower

    3.17 mi from Akihabara
    126 reviews

    Tokyo Tower is a symbol of Tokyo. Color and shape is very beautiful, especially I recommended you visit to it at night.

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    4.46 mi


    4.46 mi from Akihabara
    98 reviews

    a lot of fashion brands has their flagship stores there. also well-known as the birth place of new fashion brands.

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    2.46 mi

    Tsukiji Fish Market

    2.46 mi from Akihabara
    80 reviews

    Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest fish market in Asia, or maybe even the world. While its main function is to supply most of the seafood consumed in Tokyo (and that’s a lot!) through wholesale shops, it’s an amazing place to visit for anyone interested in exploring markets while traveling. The main attraction, in my opinion, is the tuna auction. ...

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  • 20
    1.72 mi

    Asakusa Shrine

    1.72 mi from Akihabara
    71 reviews

    This is one of Tokyo's most famous Shinto shrines. It is also known as Sanja-sama Shrine (Shrine of the Three Gods). The shrine was built during the Edo Period and survived World War ll (even though many other buildings in the neighborhood did not).The Sanja Matsuri, one of Tokyo's largest and most popular festivals, is held here for three days ...

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