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Acting as an alternate to the hustle and bustle that is Akihabara, Nakano Broadway is an indoor shopping mall located in Nakano, Tokyo. Dubbed the sacred place of Otaku Culture, there are around 100 shops selling manga, magazines, collectors' items, figures, idol merchandise, game consoles, video games, animation and idol related CDs DVDs. There's also the Mandarake flagship store with multiple sub-branches scattered around the shopping complex. Each sub-branch features different specialties, such as figures, posters, cosplay goods, and more. While some of the stores will carry
second-hand goods, you shouldn't mistaken that to mean they will be damaged or of lower quality. Apart from Mandarake, there are other stores to fill whatever your inner otaku desires. In case you get a bit overwhelmed by all the anime, head east to Furea Road and grab a bite to eat at one of the cafés.
If you're looking for an extra sweet treat while shopping at Nakano Broadway, we highly recommend the popular ice-cream store Daily Chico. Located in the basement level of Nakano Broadway, this dessert restaurant offers an epic 8-layer ice-cream cone made of strawberry, chocolate, mocha, vanilla, melon, grape, matcha green tea, and ramune ice-cream!
Take on adventure and towering ice-cream with us during our line of Spring Anime Japan Tours and Anime-Themed Highlights of Japan Tours for an unforgettable Anime vacation!
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