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Mitsui Outlet Park Tamaminamiosawa

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1-600 Minami-osawa, Hachioji 192-0364 Tokyo Prefecture
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M D wrote a review Apr 2020
England, United Kingdom243 contributions43 helpful votes
Although the scale and area of the outlet park is relatively small compared to other outlets in Tokyo such as Mitsui outlet lark in Kisarazu / Shisui Premium Outlet in Narita. Although there are not many famous international brands, however there are a lot of local Japanese brands in this outlet. I have purchased a lot of clothes/ suit / accessories that are MADE IN JAPAN in O1O1 outlet shop. There is also a supermarket inside the outlet you could buy some local fresh fruits back to hotel to enjoy. Transportation to this outlet is very easy, just around 30-40 minutes train from Shinjuku. The outlet is located next to a university so the environment is not crowded as in other outlet park. If you are not sure if the brands that you like, you could go to their website to check the brands before you go. I recommend the O1O1 outlet shop.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Umang2008 wrote a review Nov 2019
New Delhi, India86 contributions41 helpful votes
This outlet mall has many global brands but the prices are no way near what you get in USA. Of course it’s cheaper than Tokyo city but still not as fun.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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ambamb8 wrote a review May 2016
Hong Kong, China270 contributions147 helpful votes
I visited the Taiwan Mitsui Outlet mall and was disappointed. This time I came to the one in Tokyo and understand why I was disappointed again (although not as upset as I went to the one in Taiwan.). It's by design that they have lots of tier 2&3&4 brands within their portfolio. So if you would like all luxury brands like those outlets in Europe or USA, you would be disappointed. But to be fair to this location, it still has some global brands like Bally, Agnes b, franc franc, Coach, Tumi, etc. it's quite a nice facility to walk around. I am surprised it doesn't have Muji & Uniqulo. And the atmosphere is fairly causal.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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kenpro wrote a review Aug 2015
Bacolod, Philippines84 contributions40 helpful votes
Quite small compared to Gotemba, but worth a visit if you are in the area. it near Sanrio puroland so a side trip would be just fine.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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John B wrote a review Aug 2015
Chofu, Japan109 contributions31 helpful votes
I'm not normally one to review outlet sites but here goes. Parking is a bit chaotic, queueing to get into one while the next door car park had plenty spaces. Access from car park is via gravel-filled wooden-edged steps, charmingly faux-rustic but not hugely practicable nor friendly for anyone disabled. There seems to be no focal area, you can end up walking a long way between various shops in a couple of different building complexes. There's a reasonable range of shops to choose from, including big names. There are child-friendly areas, some water fountains and seating areas so the facilities are all there. I'm unlikely to revisit unless armed with some deep-discount vouchers or a really big sale on. 10% off a global brand isn't really enough to get me out of bed. The local all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant "Harvest" was quite pleasant - a little more expensive than expected but we did go on a weekend in the middle of the obon season, so perhaps prices were adjusted for the season.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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