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This is a brilliant centre with lots of shops
It has about 4 floors plus a basement Floor
It had arcades, figure shops, video game shop, music shops, clothes shops, food etc etc
The nearest station is Nakano station but I believe it opens at...More
Even if you are not an anime/manga/game fanatic you could have a good time here as there are all kinds of collectibles and merchandise. I am not a hardcore fan of any particular anime but there were a lot of action figures, toys, and collectibles...More
There's something for everyone here at Nakano Broadway, whether in the shopping street in front or in the complex itself. It's a great area to spend an afternoon, exploring the four levels of madness and it's great because there aren't that many tourists or young...More
Personally I found it quite boring as I'm not into anime/manga stuff but my partner enjoyed it as he likes that kinda stuff. Lots of Mandarake shops within the facility. I personally enjoy Akihabara more for shopping
As said in other reviews this is just one giant museum (unless you've got the $$$$). There are bargains, but the most fascinating thing is the rows and rows of toys, anime, manga, figurines, and more.
So many of my childhood toys from way back...More
My husband is a big Transformers and Astro Boy fan/collector and lover of watches so this was high on our list of must visit places in Tokyo. Mandrake and the Luxury Watch stores attracted our attention the most. There were many shops to check out...More
Response from fadanothai | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on your wish list and how much you can budget for your anime addiction. You may find a wonderland of anime choices at both destinations. I can say from my experience that I was able to visit Nakano Broadway... More
It really depends on your wish list and how much you can budget for your anime addiction. You may find a wonderland of anime choices at both destinations. I can say from my experience that I was able to visit Nakano Broadway twice on my trip, so the first time I bought 8 dolls that I was super happy with (I'm a doll freak) and left some money for the next few days' sightseeing, eating and souvenir shopping, but by the last day I decided I didn't need to spend more on souvenirs and went back and got 5 more dolls that had caught my eye. I must have spent about 50,000 yen the first day and about 20,000 more when I went back.