Limited edition goods only on sale in Akihabara

Limited edition goods only on sale in Akihabara

Akihabara is one place famous for shopping. One reason for this is that the mass retail stores selling electrical goods in Akihabara are full of 220V electrical goods that can be used in Mainland China. Apart from electrical goods, the range of, shops selling anime, games and manga will delight young people interested in Japanese otaku culture. Below, we introduce anime/otaku goods that are only available in Akibahara. 

Maid Café goods Cure Maid Cafe 

If you are into maid cafes, don’t miss Cure Maid Café. As well as experiencing a maid café, you can buy a mug with a lid featuring a Cure Maid Café model as the design. Also on sale are limited version mugs only available here. 

・Shop name: Cure Maid Café 

・Address: G-Store Akiba 6F, Soto Kanda 3-15-5, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 

・Tel: 03-3258-3161

・Open: Mon-Thurs 11:00-20:00  Fri, Sat, Days before public holidays 11:00-22:00 (except Sundays), Sundays/Public Holidays 11:00-1900   


Tokyo Akibana-na 

“Akibana-na” is the Akihabara version of the well-known Tokyo Banana souvenir. The package features a cute illustration, and inside is filled with banana cream.  

・Shop name: AKIHABARA Gamers Main Store 

・Address: Takarada Bldg., 1-14-7 Soto Kanda, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 

・Tel: 03-5298-8720

・Open: 1F 9:00~22:00  2~7F  10:00~21:00



A café and shop for getting up close to AKB48. While looking at the café menu, enjoy checking out graffiti left by members on the tabletop. Enjoy the special Akihabara menu at the café, while in the shop purchase limited-edition Akihabara products. An absolute must for AKB fans. 


・Hanaoka-machi 1-1, Kanda, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 

・Tel: 03-5297-4848

・Open: 11:00~22:00 (Café Area only) Open 11:00-23:00 Fri, Days before public holidays, Saturdays) 


David li

Male Chinese who works for major advertising agency in Tokyo. 15 years of living in Japan has made him an expert on various Japan related topics. He came to Japan after graduating from high school and now permanently settled in Japan. His hobby is to enjoy local cuisines while travelling around various parts of Japan. He has a personal goal of visiting all prefectures in the country and in the process of achieving it, enjoying trips and dining experiences in the nation on his off-days with his family.

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