On our third day we decided to go to Tokyo’s capital of otaku culture, and electric town, namely Akihabara. Akihabara is a very unique spot that everybody should definitely check out, if you have the chance to. Even if you’re not into anime/ and manga or electronics.
When we arrived at the subway station we could already spot a lot of anime posters and gatcha pon machines.
We got out at the electric town exit and the first thing we spotted were teamed cafes like the gundam cafe and AKB48 cafe.
The first store we went to in Akihabara was a three storey souvenir store, cuz they had some super cute kokeshi umbrellas that looks like the one Milla got in Korea. The store also had a lot of other cute stuff ✿.
So cute~ (≧◡≦) ♡
There is like arcades everywhere in Aki!
We also went to the Don Quijote here. Don Quijote is probably one of the best shops in Tokyo when it comes to discounted stuff. The store itself is pretty disorganized, but they seriously have anything you are looking for. You can find snacks, cosmetics, clothing and so on. And if you are looking for strange “just in Japan” stuff, then this is the place for you.
After spending quite a lot of time in Don Quite, we decided to find a place to eat and ended up at a ramen store in the Akihabara UDX building. After that we decided to go to the anime center since we were at the same building. And I do not recommend it at all, it was very disappointing.
We decided to also look for a specific store/ place that only had gatcha pon. The place was pretty hard to find, but we manage to find it somehow. And that is mostly what we did today (─‿‿─).
“Have any one else been to Akihabara?”
-Milla & Jouls <3
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