Nakano BroadwayCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: 5 Chome-5-52-15 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tōkyō-to 164-0001, Japan, Tokyo
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Shopping Center
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Nakano Broadway, Tokyo Reviews
If I could give it a 3 1/2 I would due to floor 2, as it was the best of all the floors. As not being a fan of vintage toys I didn’t find much to peak my interest. The mall is very warm and the air is stale. You will be on your feet a good chunk of the day and there is almost no seating in that whole mall so do keep that in mind. Best floors for ones who don’t read Japanese are floor 2 and 4. 3 is mainly books and CDs. Good to spend the day but there are definitely other areas in Japan for deals.
Nakano Broadway is a cool place to visit while in tokyo, but its not a place I would see if your short on time. Akiharbara is probably a better option if your choosing between them. However if you do have the time Nakano Broadway is a good half a day to walk and explore.
Came here to visit the Mandarake stores. Interesting place which has high end wrist watch stores with toy/hobby stores. There are a lot of vacant lots here as well. On the street level you do get a number of food outlets as well. Spills out to the Nakano shopping district which is lined with restaurants. Worth exploring.
Best nerd stuff location I have ever seen!! Building is a dive however and you may catch diseases from it. Wheelchair access is acceptable with lifts and washrooms.
I came here both cause I'm a Digimon fan and played Digimon Cyber Sleuth where the main detective agency is based, but also as an anime fan. I'm an early bird, so I was aware the mall doesn't open til 11, so I was shopping at stores in the hall leading up to it....but even then, there are many stores that don't open til 12. I got some food from outside, but there are NO SEATS anywhere inside the broadway. I tried to just sit on the floor, but less than 3 minutes later, a random japanese man who was walking by gestured for me to get up. I was tired as I was dragging my luggage and suitcase just to get there (no big lockers as I hoped by the station), and then I can't even sit as I wait for stores to open...well I could have tried again, but I wasn't trying to start problems when I'm the foreigner. Thankfully, I was able to get a seat by the arcade section upstairs and no one told me to move (no one was there anyways). I only ended up checking about 3-4 stores, got a few anime related keychains and plushies, but didn't really have a mission when it came to shopping, just wanted to look around, and enjoy the digimon nostalgia. I will admit to being a bit dissappointed as it seems to be one of Japan's older shopping buildings? Similar to the feel and mustiness of a flea market. The shop owners are nice, and when I asked one shop owner if they had digimon stuff, they got a map out and showed me which shop to go to to find some. I used the washroom a couple times in my short stay, it was the first time I came across a washroom without papertowel or blow dryers. I was aware that this could happen in Japan, and thus the popularity of hankerchiefs, but it is a bit of an issue when you aren't prepared for it. Either way, nice mall to check out, but be prepared to stand and walk the whole time unless you are eating at a restaurant I guess?
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