10 Best Spots in Tokyo for Anime and Manga Lovers (part 2)
Akihabara is one of the most popular districts in Tokyo. It is known as the paradise for geek culture and electronic products. It is said that you can find anything which is related to Otaku culture in Akihabara, for example, Manga, Anime, Gaming, figures, underground idols, etc. Stores such as Animate and Mandarake are hugely popular due to a wide variety of product range and many rare items.
Explore the deep world of anime culture and visit one of the most famous Maid Cafes in Akihabara!
Although it’s lesser known by foreigners, Nakano is also a popular area in Tokyo among underground subculture lovers. Nakano Broadway, a main hub of the area, is a large shopping complex with many shops including Mandarake, a famous manga store, offering items related to manga and anime. If you have been to Akihabara but could not get enough, Nakano Broadway should be your next stop.
Visit manga, anime and gaming shops to discover the deep Otaku culture of Nakano and stop for local drinks and snacks at Izakaya pub!
In the recent two decades, One Piece has become the best-selling manga series with more than 430 million copies sold out worldwide and is still ongoing.
Tokyo One Piece Tower, One Piece’s only theme park, is positioned at the foot of Tokyo Tower. The indoor park offers many kinds of One Piece themed attractions and special events, live shows, themed cafe & restaurants, and shops. One Piece fans can spend a whole day without getting bored.
- J-world Tokyo
J-world Tokyo is an indoor park by Shonen Jump, the best-selling comic magazine in Japan has released many famous mangas, especially One Piece, Dragon balls, and NARUTO.
Many themed attractions, cafes, restaurants, photo spots, and shop, as well as special events, are available. J-world Tokyo is located at Ikebukuro Sunshine City.