Neighborhood in Tokyo:
Sights in Akihabara
Don Quijote (Akihabara)
Don Quijote is a national discount chain store that sells a variety of products ranging from food, alcohol, beauty products and costumes to name but a few!
Akihabara station is a large transit station with 8 JR lines and several other train lines crossing here. It is also the gateway to Akihabara Electric Town, a s
Tokyo Anime Center
The Tokyo Anime Center is an art museum and merchandise shop dedicated to Japanese anime.
AKB48 Theater is a small theater dedicated to the performances of the popular group.
MaiDreamin Cafe (Akihabara The Third)
This popular chain of maid cafes boasts several locations in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and even Bangkok, Thailand. This particular branch of MaiDreamin is one of sev
Niku Mansei Restaurant
Restaurant serving up Japanese beef cooked in a various ways - steak, hamburger, grilled, sukiyaki (hotpot style).
Gamers is a games and hobby store with several locations all over Japan. This particular one is the main flagship store, located just to the West of Akihabara s
Mandarake Complex (Akihabara)
Mandarake Complex is a 8-storey shop selling used mangas, figurines and video games.
Kanda Myojin Shrine
Kanda Myojin is a popular traditional Japanese shrine where many local weddings take place.
Cafe Bar Pray (Tenshitoakuma No Pray)
Originally named Cafe Bar Pray, it now goes by the name of Tenshitoakuma no pray. This is a angel and demons cosplay themed bar located in Sotokanda, near the T