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The outlet mall with the most stores in Japan. Easily accessible from Haneda Airport. Nonstop shuttle buses are also available from Tokyo, Shinjuku, and Shinagawa stations. A resort outlet mall with about 300 shops!
I thought this place has alot of stuffs to get.
However, most are the run of the mills shops which you can get anywhere, even though they offer more discounts than other places in Japan.
The train from TOkyo, remember to take the one that...More
We want to this big outlet, 1 hour far from Tokyo city centre. There are shops for everyone Michael kros, gucci, Gap, nike etc and many place where u can eat or drink.
If u take bus from shinjuku u can decidiamo to pay 5000...More
We stopped by this outlet mall to kill sometime before heading to the airport. I was actually impressed by the number of high end stores. It was a holiday weekend so there were a lot of sales going on. I was mostly interested in the...More
Been to many outlets in Japan this is counts for in a of the best we've been to. Many 'extra' shops can be found here compared to other outlets. It's bigger and that can be seen also in the bigger food court there have....which has...More
This was a comfortable place to outlet shop. The crowds were not overwhelming and set out like many western outlets. There is a good variety of higher-end and mid-level brands. As with most outlets, you do need to know your prices in order to find...More
This newer outlet mall have many cool stores I'm sure you'll find your favorite brand. Awesome food court as well. I highly recommend this place. I'm not sure if there is like a public busses. I normally come here with my own car.
The mall has quite a number of buses serving it at various popular locations (refer to its website) and one can just pay at the end of the journey to the driver. It took us about 1 hr to reach there from Shinjuku in the...More
Quiet a good number of outlets. Shopping shopping shopping .Best to take time to visit the shops. Some shops offer tax free just make sure you bring your passports with you. And also take note of the bus schedule as it is far away from...More
Regular, discounted and direct transportation is provided, and really a plus for overseas tourists; cashing at dispensing machines on site is easy on top of most shops accepting credit cards; a big food court as well that you can't complain with few choices to fill...More