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Popular Japanese Commercial Facilities, Shopping Districts

We investigate and feature the popular commercial facilities and shopping streets in Japan. Many people gather in commercial facilities / shopping districts and actively conducting commercial transactions. Here we will feature the popular commercial facilities and shopping streets in Japan.

Popular Japanese Commercial Facilities, Shopping Districts

Hankyu Nishinomiya Gardens

It is the official site of Hankyu Nishinomiya Gardens. Nishinomiya Hankyu, TOHO Cinemas Nishinomiya OS, and Izumiya are the core of West Japan's largest shopping center, with more than 260 shops including 7 large stores.
Nishinomiya-shi Hyogo ken

Lazona Kawasaki Plaza

A large-scale commercial facility consisting of approximately 330 specialty shops such as JR Kawasaki Station West-Exit Naozaki's fashion, gourmet, cinema, gym and so on. At the square "Ruffa Plaza" about 60 m in diameter, we hold approximately 200 live events annually, including famous artists.
Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture

Gotemba Premium Outlets

About 210 brand shops and restaurants. In the vast natural environment where you can see Mt. Fuji of the World Cultural Heritage, you can enjoy shopping all day to explore the historic cityscape of North America.
Shizuoka Prefecture Gotemba city

Tokyo Sky Tree Town

A "newly founded downtown" formed by Tokyo Soramachi, a planetarium, an aquarium and other places where various stores are gathering, including the Tokyo Sky Tree.
Sumida-ku, Tokyo

GINZA SIX

GINZA SIX, the largest commercial facility in the Ginza area. 241 brands will gather and create special places and gimmicks only in the world here.
Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Shibuya Hikarie

Light the world from Shibuya. The birth of Shibuya Hikarie. Shibuya Hikarie.
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyu Plaza Ginza

"Tokyu Plaza Ginza" official website. Information on Ginza facility information, shop information, floor map, access, event, point card. Tokyu Real Estate Shopping Center.
Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Nakamise

It is one of the oldest shopping streets in Japan.
Taito-Ku, Tokyo

Ueno Ameyoko

It is 'Ameyoko' which is a shopping area in Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
Taito-Ku, Tokyo

Tenjinbashi Suji shopping district


Osaka-shi, Osaka

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