AFV Modeller's Extremely Prejudiced Guide to Tokyo Hobby Shops

Have a good time at Japanese hobby shops and enjoy your stay in Japan!

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This is a list of hobby shops for those who are interested in AFV and military scale model kits, and are visiting Tokyo and nearby area. The list is not comprehensive and is "prejudiced", in the sense that I listed only those shops I personally like, and shops with good reputation. I expect that it is relatively easy for foregin turists to locate and visit these shops.

I am NOT trying to make this list extensive and exhaustive. There are too many hobby shops in Tokyo. In the Akihabara area alone, you will find many good and interesting hobby shops not listed here, which are for plastic model kits, model trains, RC models, figures, SF and Gundam kits and goods...

Important Note: This list is intended for those who actually 'visit' shops. Shops listed in this page do not necessarily accept international mail order.

If you are looking for Japanese hobby shops accepting international mail order, try the following sites:

Hobby Link Japan Hobby Collective Hobby Search

Disclaimer: I am presenting this list purely for convenience of fellow AFV modellers intending to visit Japan. While I will try to provide accurate information on these shops, there may be some errors which I am not aware of. I will not be held responsible for any damages, losses, or inconvenience caused by or resulted from the information listed here. In particular, do not complain to me when you realize that your wallet is almost empty after visiting these shops, when you receive a huge credit card bill, or when your spouse frowns upon a suitcase full of model kits :-)

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General Notes on Visiting Hobby Shops in Japan

  • Kits and Their Prices: The shops in this list usually carry good range of AFV kits and accessories in stock. Kits and accessories from Asian and Japanese manufacturers are, in most cases, competitively priced. You can expect Tamiya's kits have much more attractive price tags than outside Japan.

    Kits from Far Eastern manufacturers, such as Dragon, Trumpeter, and AFV Club, may not be as cheap as at on-line stores based in Hong Kong. But I expect they are still reasonably priced, compared with the rest of the world.

    If you are hunting for American or European (Western or Eastern) kits at good price, you may be disappointed. They are relatively expensive in Japan. However, it may be good for you to be able to browse quite a few of them.

    Also note that if a shop in this list does not place emphasis on mail order business, its web site may not have up-to-date list of products in stock.

  • Access to the Shops: It is advisable for visitors to print all maps referenced in this list for a shop you intend to visit, and carry them with you. If you think you are lost, show them to people around you, then they can orient and direct you to the shop.

    I also provide relavant page numbers in "Tokyo City Atlas (3rd Ed)"† published by Kodansha International. An excellent feature of this reference is that it is bilingual. Thus, you and Japanese people around you will both be able to consult this map when you are lost (maps described entirely in a non-Japanese language are diffcult for Japanese people to understand). Unfortunately, the latest edition of this map was first published more than 10 years ago, and is getting out of date...

  • Language Barrier: I am not sure how well clerks in these shops can manage non-Japanese languages. As a general rule in Japan, you may expect that many Japanese people can understand English language, if you speak slowly and clearly. But s/he may not be able to speak English back to you well.

  • Tax: Currently Japanese government imposes "Consumption Tax", or VAT, of 8% for any purchase of goods. I am not sure if model kits can be made exempt from this tax for foreign tourists.

  • Discount: Many shops offer discount price for kits. It is usually from 5% up to 20% or more. There are two different ways of offering discount, depending on the shop:
    1. Simple deduction from MSRP/RRP of the kits.
    2. The shop may give you a "membership" card which will keep track of your purchase. When your purchase reaches certain amount in total (10,000 to 30,000 yen?, approx. $90 to $270?), you will be given certain amount of cash back or equivalent reduction from the next purchase.
    Apparently the second policy doesn't sound very attractive to short-term visitors, unless you buy a huge pile of kits on the first visit to the shop, and come back to the same shop in few days :-P

  • Credit Card: Most shops in Japan can accept credit cards. However, there still are some shops which do not. It is also to be noted that some shops may charge handling fees to use credit card, or may apply different discount rate than paying by cash.

  • Open Hours: Many shops open everyday. However, if you are intending to visit Japan around the new year, it is advisable to contact the shop and check if the shop is open. It is a Japanese custom to take holiday in this season (something like 29 December through 3 January). Some shops may be closed for summer holiday in August too. Japanese people do not usually take Christmas holiday.

  • Mail Order: This list is intended for those who actually 'visit' shops. Therefore, it should be noted that the shops listed in this page do not necessarily accept international mail order.

  • Other Shops of Interest: In addition to 'proper' hobby shops listed here, you may want to visit big 'camera' shops in Tokyo. These are, apparently, not hobby shops. They all started their business as camera shops, but now sell all sorts of home appliances, digital and electric gadgets, PCs, CDs, DVDs, and some hobby stuff. You may find good selection of plastic model kits, tools, and paint at competitive prices. However, they often exclusively stock SciFi, girlie figures, and collectible toys only. Still, you may be able to enjoy browsing shelves, while shopping latest electric gadgets.

Umeda, Atsushi, Ed., "Tokyo City Atlas: A Bilingual Guide", 3rd Edition, Kodansha USA Inc., 2004, 2012, ISBN:978-1-56836-445-2.

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Umeda, Atsushi, Ed., "Japan Atlas: A Bilingual Guide", 3rd Edition, Kodansha USA Inc., 2010, 2012, ISBN:978-1-56836-480-3.

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List of Hobby Shops in Tokyo and Nearby Area

The following pieces of information are provided for each shop.

  1. Comment: My personal comments on the shop. Do not trust me too much :-)
  2. Address: Addresses in this document are written in the Japanese addressing style. In Japan, the postal address is generally written in the following manner (there are many exceptions, though...):
    <postal code>, <prefecture (to, dou, fu, ken)>, <city (shi, ku)>, <town (machi)>, <number>
    The last, number field may look like either
    • <block (chome) number>-<number>-<subnumber>
    • <block (chome) number> Chome, <number>-<subnumber> or
    • <number>
    There may not be the subnumber in the rural areas. I may add the building name and floor number at the end of the address line.
  3. Phone and FAX Numbers
  4. Open Hours: Many shops are open everyday. However, new year holidays are NOT listed here. You had better ask the shop, if you intend to visit Japan around the new year.
  5. Web Site URL: If the shop has one.
  6. E-mail address: If any. Note that the e-mail address is provided in this page as an "image", rather than a text string, in order to avoid generating spam messages.
  7. Access and Nearest Station: If there are several alternative ways to get to the shop, I listed only one or two routes which are simple and easy to understand.
  8. Map 1: The map provided in the shop's web site. Note that these maps are often schematic and are probably very difficult to understand for those who do not understand Japanese language.
  9. Map 2: Towm map(s). Town maps provided by Google.
  10. Atlas Reference: the page and block number in "Tokyo City Atlas".
  11. Latitude & Longitude: Use these values to locate the shop in your favorite map software.

Tokyo Akihabara and East Yellow Submarine Akihabara, Volks Hobby Square Tokyo, Tam Tam, Leonardo LG, Leonardo ET, Miniature Park, Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Akiba, Yamashiroya, Maxim, Tamiya Plamodel Factory - Shimbashi, Shosen Book Tower
Ochanomizu Chikyudo, Sanseido Book Shop, Shosen Book Grande, Sugamura Book Shop, Gungakudo Book Shop
Shinjuku and West Yotsuya Sembado, Sakatsu Gallery, Yamanaka Mokei, Hobby Shop Sunny, Kiya Hobby, Tokyu Hands Store, D-Force
Other Shops of Interest Yodobashi Camera, Bic Camera,
Kanagawa Yokohama and Kawasaki North Port, B's Hobby - Lalaport Yokohama, Tamiya Plamodel Factory - Tressa Yokohama
See also: Brief notes on excursion to Yokohama.


Shops and Their Nearest Train Stations in Tokyo Area


Shops and Their Nearest Train Stations in Kanagawa Area


Brief Notes on Excursion to Yokohama

When you want to go to Yokohama from Tokyo, you may be tempted to take a Shinkansen train (Bullet train). I would rather not, if I were you. Yokohama is not far way enough from Tokyo to warrant the extra cost to buy a Shinkansen ticket.

There are several alternative ways to reach the Yokohama area from the central part of Tokyo. Among them, the following routes may be convenient for tourists. It will take about 30 to 40 minutes' travel in all routes.

  • Route 1: Use JR Tokaido line, JR Keihin Tohoku line, or JR Yokosuka line. You can get on those trains from Tokyo, Shimbashi, or Shinagawa.
  • Route 2: Use JR Shonan Shinjuku line from Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Shibuya, or Osaki.
  • Route 3: Use Tokyu Toyoko line from Shibuya.


    Akihabara Area


  1. Yellow Submarine

    Yellow Submarine Akihabara
    Comment Yellow Submarine has many shops throughout Japan. Among them, their Akihabara shop is a great place for AFV modellers. It has good stock of AFV, air, ship, and car scale model kits, PEs, resin parts, various after-market accessories, tools, and books. You can also enjoy meticulously finished models by famous Japanese modellers on display.
    Address 101-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-15-16, Radio Kaikan, 6th Floor.
    Phone 03-5298-7712
    Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-20:00
    URL http://www.yellowsubmarine.co.jp/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line)
    Access The shop occupies the 6th floor of the Radio Kaikan building just in front of the Electric Town (Denkigai) exit of the Akihabara station. The Radio Kaikan building also houses Volks Hobby Square Tokyo and other interesting shops. You had better allocate good amount of time for shopping in this building.
    Map 1 http://www.akihabara-radiokaikan.co.jp/access/
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H3
    Latitude & Longitude 35.698076,139.771923


  2. Volks

    Volks has been in hobby business for a long time, and has produced many original tools and modeling materials. In recent years, it concentrated on SciFi models and doll figures. However, they are now back in scale models! Note: although Volks has many shops throughout Japan, the following two shops in Tokyo, and their Osaka and Kyoto shops are currently the only shops with scale models.

    • Volks Hobby Square Tokyo
      Comment A spacious and extremely well-organized shop with good range of model kits, and extensive stock of paints, tools, and various modelling materials.
      Address 101-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-15-16, Radio Kaikan, 8th Floor.
      Phone 03-5256-1990
      Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-20:00
      URL http://www.volks.co.jp/
      E-mail NA
      Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line)
      Access The shop occupies the 8th floor of the Radio Kaikan building just in front of the Electric Town (Denkigai) exit of the Akihabara station. The Radio Kaikan building also houses Yellow Submarine Akihabara and other interesting shops. You had better allocate good amount of time for shopping in this building.
      Map 1 http://www.akihabara-radiokaikan.co.jp/access/
      Map 2 Google Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H3
      Latitude & Longitude 35.698076,139.771923


  3. Hobby Shop Tam Tam
    Comment This is a general hobby shop, selling plastic models, model trains, RC cars, planes, and ships, tools, and materials. While it doesn't stock PE or resin update parts much, it offers good discount for injection kits.
    Address 101-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 6-14-2, Sakaisuehiro Building, 4F & 5F Floors.
    Phone 03-5816-5667, FAX: 03-5816-5669
    Open Hours Open daily, 10:00-21:00
    URL http://www.hs-tamtam.co.jp/
    E-mail info @ hs-tamtam.co.jp
    Nearest Station Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line), Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line),
    Access The shop is situated at the north-west corner of the Suehirocho crossing above the subway Suehirocho station. When coming from the Akihabara station, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to north. 10 minutes' walk. From Okachimachi, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to south, again 10 minutes' walk. There is a big sign on the building. The shop is on the 4th and 5th floors.
    Map 1 http://www.hs-tamtam.jp/modules/tinyd2/akihabara_map.html
    Map 2 Goole Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H1
    Latitude & Longitude 35.7031614,139.7715945

  4. Leonardo LG

    If you are a long time user of this guide, you may remember the second-hand kit shop "Leonardo" in Akihabara. Regretably, that shop was closed-down, after its owner passed away. But now, there are two new shops, "Leonardo LG" and "Leonardo ET", which inherit the spirit of the original "Leonardo"!

    Leonardo LG is a second-hand kits shop. If you are interested in out-of-production model kits, you may want to visit this shop. However, prices may be steep; rare kits are often sold at premium price in Japan. This shop also has a second-hand book section. You will find books from various Japanese publishers such as Dainihon-Kaiga, Ground Power, and back issues of Model Art, Hobby Japan, Armor Modelling, Model Graphics, Master Modelers, PANZER, Sensha (Tank) magazines, Tamiya News, Military Modeling Manual, old catalogues of Japanese manufactures and so on.

    Leonard LG has three shops in Akihabara: Main Shop, Shop No.2, and Shop No.3. You may want to visit all of them to survey their stocks.

    • Main Shop
      Address 110-0005, Tokyo, Taito-ku, Ueno 3-3-4, JTT Building.


      (Photos by courtesy of H.Hopkirk.)

      Phone 03-6803-2047, FAX: 03-6803-2048
      Open Hours Open daily. Mon-Fri: 11:00-20:00, Sat, Sun&Public Holidays: 10:30-19:30
      URL http://www.leonardolg.jp/
      E-mail NA
      Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line), Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line)
      Access This shop is very close to Miniature Park, TamTam, and Leonardo ET. 10 minutes' walk from the Akihabara station. 10 minutes' walk from the Okachimachi station. 1 minute's walk from the Suehirocho station. When coming from the Akihabara station, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to north and pass the Suehirocho crossing. Find MacDonald's restaurant and turn right. From Okachimachi, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to south, find the MacDonald's restaurant and turn left. Go to the end of the road, and find the shop with a Tamiya logo on the door. If you are coming from the subway Suehirocho station, you can easily find the MacDonald's.
      Map 1 NA
      Map 2 Goole Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H1
      Latitude & Longitude 35.7035845,139.7731255

    • Shop No.2
      Address 110-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 6-14-12, Kanda Nakazawa Building 4F.
      Phone 03-5812-4395, FAX: 03-5812-4396
      Open Hours Open daily. Mon-Fri: 11:00-20:30, Sat, Sun&Public Holidays: 10:30-19:30
      Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line), Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line)
      Access This shop is on the 4th floor of the office building standing next to TamTam at the Suehirocho crossing.
      Map 1 NA
      Map 2 Goole Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H1
      Latitude & Longitude 35.703061, 139.771318

    • Shop No.3
      Address 110-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 3-6-13.
      Phone 03-5244-4881
      Open Hours Open daily. Mon-Fri: 11:00-20:30, Sat, Sun&Public Holidays: 10:30-19:30
      Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line), Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line)
      Access It is rather hard to find this shop, as it is not on a big street. You had better start from Loenaldo ET Shop No.2 or TamTam at the Suehirocho crossing. Cross the street to the south and head west. Find a hardware shop called "TOKiS", and turn left. Then turn right into a narrow row. The shop is at the bottom of the row.
      Map 1 NA
      Map 2 Goole Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block G1/G2
      Latitude & Longitude 35.702390, 139.769836

  5. Leonardo ET
    Comment If you are a long time user of this guide, you may remember the second-hand kit shop "Leonardo" in Akihabara. Regretably, that shop was closed-down, after its owner passed away. But now, there are two new shops, "Leonardo ET" and "Leonardo LG", which inherit the spirit of the original "Leonardo"!
    Leonardo ET is a second-hand kits shop. If you are interested in out-of-production model kits, you may want to visit this shop. However, prices may be steep; rare kits are often sold at premium price in Japan.

    (Photo by courtesy of H.Hopkirk.)
    Address 101-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 5-2-14.
    Phone 03-5846-5151, FAX: 03-5846-5150
    Open Hours Open daily. Mon-Fri: 11:00-20:15, Sat, Sun&Public Holidays: 11:00-19:30
    URL http://leonardoet.com/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line), Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line)
    Access This shop is very close to Miniature Park, and Leonardo LG. 10 minutes' walk from the Akihabara station. 10 minutes' walk from the Okachimachi station. 1 minute's walk from the Suehirocho station. When coming from the Akihabara station, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to north and pass the Suehirocho crossing. Find MacDonald's restaurant and turn right. From Okachimachi, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to south, find the MacDonald's restaurant and turn left. Then immediately turn left again into a narrow road behind the MacDonald's. If you are coming from the subway Suehirocho station, you can easily find the MacDonald's.
    Map 1 NA
    Map 2 Goole Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H1
    Latitude & Longitude 35.7039305,139.7723018

  6. Miniature Park
    Comment This shop is specialized in military, historical and fantasy figures. You can also enjoy figure models in the shop's window finished by famous Japanese modellers such as Mr. Matsuoka and Mr. Hirano. The shop produces its own range of figure models under the brand names of "Taisho Modeling" and "Utamaro Modeling".
    Address 101-0021, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 5-5-2.
    Phone 03-5807-8952, FAX: 03-3834-5165
    Open Hours Open daily. 11:00-20:00
    URL http://www.miniature-park.com/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Okachimachi (JR-line), Suehirocho (Subway Ginza-line)
    Access This shop is very close to Leonardo LG and Leonardo ET. 10 minutes' walk from the Akihabara station. 10 minutes' walk from the Okachimachi station. 1 minute's walk from the Suehirocho station. When coming from the Akihabara station, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to north and pass the Suehirocho crossing. Find MacDonald's restaurant and turn right. From Okachimachi, take Chuo Dori (Ave.) to south, find the MacDonald's restaurant and turn left. If you are coming from the subway Suehirocho station, you can easily find the MacDonald's.
    Map 1 http://www.miniature-park.com/contents/showroom_e.php
    Map 2 Goole Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H1
    Latitude & Longitude 35.7039328,139.7726036

  7. Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Akiba
    Comment Yodobashi Camera is NOT a hobby shop, but an 'electric gadget department store' which happens to have a hobby section. Multimedia Akiba is their current flag ship shop. An 8 stories tall building is dedicated to all sorts of electric appliances, computers, digital stuff, computer software, games, CDs, DVDs, toys and hobby goods. Model kits are found on the 6th floor. The model kit section has good range of kits, paints, and tools, with good price.
    Address 101-0028, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Hanaokacho 1-1.
    Phone 03-5209-1010
    Open Hours Open daily. 9:30-22:00
    URL http://www.yodobashi.com/ec/store/0018/index.html
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line)
    Access The building is adjacent to the Akihabara station. Exit from the Showa Dori exit or the Chuo (Central) Kaisatsu exit, and it is in front of you.
    Map Goole Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H3
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6984387,139.774633

  8. Shosen Book Tower
    Comment This is a very-well-stocked general book shop which has as many as 8 floors, and is conveniently situated near the Akihabara station. You can find vast range of books and magazines on military, vehicles, trains, and all sorts of hobbies on the 5th floor.
    Address 101-0025, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Sakumacho 1-11-1.
    Phone Tel: 03-5296-0051, FAX: 03-5296-0059
    Open Hours Open daily, 10:00-21:00.
    URL http://www.shosen.co.jp/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Akihabara (JR-line, Subway Hibiya line), Iwamotocho (Subway Shinjuku-line)
    Access Enter Showa Dori (Ave.) from the Showa Dori exit of the Akihabara station. Go south (to your right) along the street. You will find the shop across the first big crossing.

    From the Iwamotocho station, go to the ground level from Exit A3, go north, cross a river, and the shop is at the next corner.

    Map 1 http://www.shosen.co.jp/tower/
    Map 2 Goole Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 21, block H4
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6974301,139.7751523

    Ochanomizu Area


  9. Chikyudo
    Comment A hobby shop at at the center of "Book Town", Kanda Jinbocho. It has extensive stock of airplane and AFV model kits and after market parts, with slight emphasis on airplane kits. In addition to 1/35 AFV kits, a number of braille scale kits are on the shelf. There is one thing to note: you will not find many Tamiya and Hasegawa kits here; almost all kits in the shop are from outside Japan.
    Address 101-0051, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Jinbocho 1-15, Sunside Jinbocho Building, 3rd Floor.
    Phone 03-5217-3740
    Open Hours Monday-Friday, 12:00-20:00. Saturday, Sunday & Public Hoidays, 12:00-19:30.
    URL NA
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ochanomizu (JR-line, Subway Chiyoda-line), Jinbocho (Subway Hanzomon-line, Shinjuku-line, Mita-line)
    Access The shop is near Sanseido, Shosen Grande, and Gungakudo bookshops. 10 minutes' walk from the Ochanomizu station. 3 minute's walk from the Jinbocho station. From the Surugadaishita, enter the brick road "Suzuran Dori", and watch out for the Tamiya logo plate on the road. Don't miss the sign, as there is no other indication. Use the lift/elevator to the 3rd floor.
    Map 1 NA
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 20, block D5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6952369,139.7591865

  10. Sanseido
    Comment Sanseido is one of the biggest book shop chains in Japan. Their flag ship shop in Kanda used to be THE biggest book shop in Japan, when it was opened more than 20 years ago.
    Address 101-0051, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Jinbocho 1-1.
    Phone 03-3233-3312
    Open Hours 10:00-20:00
    URL http://www.books-sanseido.co.jp/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ochanomizu (JR-line, Subway Chiyoda-line), Jinbocho (Subway Hanzomon-line, Shinjuku-line, Mita-line)
    Access 10 minutes' walk from the Ochanomizu station. 3 minute's walk from the Jinbocho station. The shop itself is a well-known landmark of the area. So, you cannot miss it...
    Map 1 https://www.books-sanseido.co.jp/shop/kanda/
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 20, block D5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6956982,139.7608044

  11. Gungakudo
    Comment Kanda Jinbocho is widely known as THE town of the second-hand bookshop in Japan, as more than 100 second-hand bookshops (which are more than 1/3 of second-hand bookshops in Tokyo) are concentrated in a small area. Each shop has its speicality. Among them, Gungakudo is specialized in military history since 19C. You don't find many model related books here, but it is a great place, if you are interested in history, and looking for history books published in Japan.
    Address 101-0051, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Jinbocho 1-1, Kurata Building, 2nd Floor.
    Phone 03-3233-7677
    Open Hours Monday-Saturday, 12:00-19:00. Closed on Sunday.
    URL http://www.gungakudo.com/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ochanomizu (JR-line, Subway Chiyoda-line), Jinbocho (Subway Hanzomon-line, Shinjuku-line, Mita-line)
    Access The shop is in the same block as Sanseido. 10 minutes' walk from the Ochanomizu station. 3 minute's walk from the Jinbocho station. It is on the 2nd floor of the building at the entrance of the brick road "Suzuran Dori".
    Map 1 http://www.gungakudo.com/shop/
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 20, block D5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6954447,139.7609218

  12. Shosen Book Grande
    Comment Shosen is one of the best general bookshops in Tokyo. In addition, it has very extensive stock of books and magazines related to cars, planes, trains, and military. Military and modelling books and magazines are on the 5th floor, and entire 6fh floor is dedicated to train books and goods. (If you are a train enthusiasit, this is a "must" place to visit.) The shop is very well stocked, and has back issues of selected magazines too.
    Address 101-0051, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Jinbocho 1-3-2.
    Phone Tel: 03-3294-0011, FAX: 03-3294-0019
    Open Hours Open daily, 10:00-20:00.
    URL http://www.shosen.co.jp/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Ochanomizu (JR-line, Subway Chiyoda-line), Jinbocho (Subway Hanzomon-line, Shinjuku-line, Mita-line)
    Access 10 minutes' walk from the Ochanomizu station. Less than 3 minute's walk from the Jinbocho station.
    Map 1 http://www.shosen.co.jp/grande/
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 20, block D4
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6958671,139.7597243

  13. Sugamura Book Store
    Comment This second-hand book shop is specialized in vehicles, planes, trains, ships, military, and hobby books. You can find many OOP military and model books and magazines published in Japan. Foregin books are also available. The price is reasonable, while some rare books and old magazine issues may have steep price tags. Note that this shop does not accept credit cards.
    Address 101-0051, Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Jinbocho 1-7, Nihon Bungeisha Building.
    Phone 03-5281-2877
    Open Hours Mon-Fri: 11:00-20:00, Sat, Sat, public holiday: 11:00-19:00
    URL http://www.h2.dion.ne.jp/~sugamura/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Jinbocho (Subway Hanzomon-line, Shinjuku-line, Mita-line), Ochanomizu (JR-line, Subway Chiyoda-line)
    Access One minute walk from the Jinbocho station. Go up to the ground level from the Exit A5 or A7. From the Jinbocho crossing, go east towards the Sanseido building. Keep on the south side of the street. The shop is not directly facing the street. Find the small sign board as shown right, and enter the building. The shop is near the back of the 1st floor.
    Map 1 http://www.h2.dion.ne.jp/~sugamura/tenpo.html
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 20, block D4
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6958485,139.7590282

  14. Yamashiroya
    Comment This is a general toy and hobby store conveniently situated near the Ueno station. It has 5 floors, of which the 5th floor is dedicated to plastic model kits, RC cars, finished models, and related tools and goods. The store is NOT very strong in scale model kits, but still is a fun place to visit.
    Address 110-0005, Tokyo, Taito-ku, Ueno 6-14-6.
    Phone Tel: 03-3831-2320
    Open Hours 10:00-21:30
    URL http://www.e-yamashiroya.com/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ueno (JR line)
    Access The Ueno station is one of the biggest terminal in Tokyo. Go though the Central Ticket Barrier, and go straight on to the Hirokoji exit. The shop occupies an entire building in front of you. Note that the elevator of this building is NOT inside the front entrance.
    Map 1 http://www.e-yamashiroya.com/info/index.html
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 22, block B4-C4
    Latitude & Longitude 35.711434,139.775322

  15. Maxim
    Comment This small, but well organized, shop is located in the Chiba prefecture, well away from the central part of Tokyo. The shop was once owned and run by Mr. Hisahiro Takada, who has designed and supervised many Dragon kits. (Mr. Takada is no longer associated with the shop.)
    Address 272-0835, Chiba, Ichikawa-shi, Shinden 5-18-11, Futaba Building, 2nd Floor.
    Phone 047-324-2437
    Open Hours 12:00-21:00. Closed on Wednesday.
    URL http://www.maxim-tank.com/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ichikawa (JR-line)
    Access Take JR Sobu-line from Akihabara or Ochanomizu to east. Get off at the Ichikawa station. About 15 minutes ride. The shop is very near to the Ichikawa station. Exit from the North exit of the station. Turn right and go along the railway to the end of the path. The shop is on the 2nd floor of the building whose 1st floor houses a Sushi restaurant.
    Map 1 NA
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 53, block H5-H6
    Latitude & Longitude 35.728419,139.910008

  16. Yotsuya Sembado
    Comment This is a relatively new shop, opened in December 2003 and specialized in AFV models. It is small but cozy, and LITERALLY flooded with plastic and resin kits, PE sets, and accessories! Seeing is believing. This is an amazing shop.
    Address 160-0004, Tokyo, Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 1-20-22, Yotsuya Saito Building, 3rd Floor.
    Phone Voice&FAX: 03-3355-7818
    Open Hours Tue to Sat: 12:00-21:00. Sun & public holidays: 12:00-20:00. Closed on Monday (except public holidays).
    URL http://www.sembado.com/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Yotsuya (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line, Nanboku "South-North"-line)
    Access 4 minutes' walk from the Yotsuya station. Go west along Shinjuku Dori (Ave.), which is a wide street extending away from the JR line. Find a flower shop on the right hand side of the street, turn right, and watch out for a TAMIYA logo. The shop is on the third floor.
    Map 1 http://www.sembado.com/shop.html
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 57, block G4, page 19, block F6
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6871074,139.7279015

  17. Hobby Shop Sunny
    Comment An old, but very famous shop. It is very well organized and stuffed with kits, accessories, books, and magazines. You will find good range of AFV, air, ship, and SciFi model kits. I have known this shop for nearly 30 years, and always find it a pleasant place for browsing and shopping.
    Address 155-0031, Tokyo, Setagaya-ku, Kitazawa 2-12-1.
    Phone 03-3413-0857, FAX: 03-3413-0993
    Open Hours 11:00-20:00. Closed on Wednesday (except public holidays)
    URL http://www.hobbyshop-sunny.co.jp/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Shimo-Kitazawa (Odakyu-line and Inokashira-line)
    Access Take Odakyu-line from Shinjuku or Inokashira-line from Shibuya to Shimokitazawa. In either way, it is about 10 to 15 minutes ride. The shop is within 2 minutes' walk from the Shimo-Kitazawa station. Go to the South exit of the station. Head for Matsuya's restaurant, which is a fast food restaurant serving various cheap rice bowls. Then turn left.
    Map 1 http://www.hobbyshop-sunny.co.jp/www/info/access.htm
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 64, block B1
    Latitude & Longitude 35.660700, 139.668290

  18. Kiya Hobby
    Comment Yet another well known shop in the western part of Tokyo. Its annual AFV model contest attracts many skilled modellers. Some of award winning models may still be on display. You can spend a lot of time just looking at them. It is sad that the current shop got smaller than it used to be...
    Address 167-0043, Tokyo, Suginami-ku, Kamiogi 1-16-16, Kiya Building, 6th Floor.
    Phone 03-3398-1424, FAX: 03-3391-6967
    Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-21:00.
    URL http://kiyahobby.co.jp/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Ogikubo (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line)
    Access Take JR Chuo-line from Shinjuku, Ochanomizu, or Tokyo, or take JR Sobu-line from Akihabara to west. The shop is within 2 minutes' walk from the Ogikubo station. Go to the West exit of the JR part of the Ogikubo station. Pass MacDonald's hamburger shop. Turn right when you see Mr. Doughnut's shop. Then watch out for a show case displaying completed tank models. The shop is on the 6th floor. Use the staircase next to the show case. Or, enter the building from the next street, and use an elevator; watch out for the logo "Kiya" on the entrance.
    Map 1 http://kiyahobby.co.jp/k/index.php?main_page=page_2
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 55, block F2
    Latitude & Longitude 35.7053986,139.6193131

  19. Tokyu Hands Store
    Comment Tokyu Hands has a few shops in and around Tokyo. While it is not a model hobby shop, it is worth a visit if you are looking for tools and materials for your model and diorama projects. Tokyu Hands can be described as the "urban" DIY store; it does not have heavy tools and machines, such as lawn moors or chainsaws (!?) for your home. But it offers all sorts of things for various hobbies. Among a few Tokyu Hands shops in the central part of Tokyo, I recommend their Shibuya branch, which happens to be their first shop. In the Shibuya branch, floors are positioned in a "spiral" arrangement, which may be confusing first, but you will enjoy browsing in every floor from the bottom to the top: wooden, metal, glass, fabric, leather, and resin materials, general hand tools, chasing tools, handicraft tools, and so on. There even is a small model section on the top floor (you may not be very much fascinated by the model section, compared to other shops presented in this page, though).
    Address 150-0042, Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Udagawa-cho 12-18.
    Phone 03-5489-5111
    Open Hours 10:00-20:30
    URL Tokyu Hands: http://www.tokyu-hands.co.jp/foreign.html
    Tokyu Hands Shibuya Branch: http://shibuya.tokyu-hands.co.jp/en/index.html
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Shibuya (JR line, Subway Ginza line, Chiyoda line, Hanzomon line)
    Access At the Hachiko exit, find the street between the Seibu department store and the "109-2" building. Go along the street until you find the Marui (OIOI) Jam department store on the right hand side of the street. Turn left. You are climbing a slope. At the top of the hill, find the "PARCO" building on your left, turn left to the street between the "PARCO" and "PARCO Part 2" buildings, pass the Starbucks cafe, and you will soon find the main entrance (see the photo above) of the Tokyu Hands Store on the left hand side of the street.
    Alternatively, enter the road between two Seibu department store buildings, keep on the right hand side of the road. Walk along. You will come to the back entrance (see the photo right) next to MacDonald's restaurant.
    Map 1 http://shibuya.tokyu-hands.co.jp/en/index.html
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 30, block B3
    Latitude & Longitude 35.6622048,139.6979013

  20. Sakatsu Gallery
    Comment This is a very unique shop specialized in diorama-related products. I think it is the only shop of this kind in Tokyo. You will find diorama materials and accesories of various scales for model trains, cars, and other categories of modellers. The shop has its own range of small parts, such as rivets, bolts, nuts, wires, pipes, wires, and fittings, useful for AFV models.
    Address 170-0002, Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Sugamo 3-25-13.
    Phone Tel: 03-3949-2892, FAX: 03-3949-2886
    Open Hours 10:30-19:00. Closed on Thursday.
    URL http://www.sakatsu.jp/index.html
    E-mail gallery@sakatsu.jp
    Nearest Station Sugamo (JR-line, Subway Mita-line)
    Access A couple of minutes walk from the Sugamo station. From the Front exit of the station, cross the wide street, Hakusan Dori, to west. Find a road beside a small drugstore. Enter the road and walk along the railway. The shop is on the RHS of the road.
    Map 1 http://www.sakatsu.jp/realshop/access.html
    Map 2 Expand...
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 49 block H5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.732620,139.737025

  21. Yamanaka Mokei
    Comment A typical local hobby shop in Tokyo. While you may not find many PE parts or resin kits, you will find variety of scale model kits, SciFi models, train models, tools, and supplies. The model train section on the 2nd floor is really good. The shop also has some second-hand kits at good price.
    Address 115-0045, Tokyo, Kita-ku, Akabane 1-25-1.
    Phone Tel: 03-3901-4848, FAX: 03-3903-6530
    Open Hours 10:00-21:00, Sunday: 10:00-20:00
    URL http://www.yamanaka-mokei.com/
    E-mail info @ yamanaka-mokei.co.jp
    Nearest Station Akabane (JR Line)
    Access About three minutes' walk from the Akabane station. Go though the North Gate of the station and proceed to the East exit. Once you are outside the station, find a KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) restaurant. Go along the street until you find a jwelry shop on LHS of the street. Turn left, and you will find the shop in less than a minute.
    Map 1 NA
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 41, block G5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.780228,139.722300

  22. Comment This is a second hand kit shop. Its stock covers wide range of plastic model kits: AFV, airplane, ship, car, and SciFi. There is a dedicated shelf for OOP kits, among which you may find rare and interesting kits from the past. But, beware; OOP kits cost a lot! Note that this shop does NOT accept international mail order.
    Address 179-0073, Tokyo, Nerima-ku, Tagara 2-30-8.
    Phone Tel&FAX: 03-5998-8070
    Open Hours 12:00-22:00, Sunday & Public Holidays: 12:00-20:00
    URL http://www.interq.or.jp/tokyo/d-force/
    E-mail
    Nearest Station Shimo-Akatsuka (Tobu Tojo Line), Chikatetsu-Akatsuka (Subway Yurakucho Line)
    Access It will take about 15 minutes by local train on Tobu Tojo Line from Ikebukuro to Shimo-Akatsuka. Find a supermarket store, Olympia, near South exit of the Shimo-Akatsuka station. Facing Olympia, turn right, and you will immediately come to a wide street, Kawagoe Kaido. Cross the street and turn left. Within a minute or so, you will find a road, Toshimaenmae Dori, between two tall buildings. Turn right and enter the road. The shop will be found on the LHS of the road after 2 or 3 minutes.

    If you start from the Chikatetsu-Akatsuka station, get to the ground level via Exit No.4; you will be on Kawagoe Kaido. Go straight on, and find Toshimaenmae Dori.

    BTW, there is a small ramen noodle (chinese noodle) restaurant, Y's, on Kawagoe Kaido before you turn right to Toshimaenmae Dori. Y's ramen restaurant is well known in the region for its "chashaomian" (grilled pork slice) on the noodle.

    Map 1 http://www.interq.or.jp/tokyo/d-force/MAP.htm
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 47, block H1
    Latitude & Longitude 35.7668563,139.6453199

  23. Tamiya Plamodel Factory

    As its name suggests, these shops are produced by Tamiya. Yes, Tamiya entered retail business in March 2008 by opening a shop in Yokohama!? These Tamiya shops deal exclusively Tamiya products. No model kits from other manufacturers :-) Note: Although these shops are produced by Tamiya, Tamiya is not directly involved in its operation, and shop staffs are not Tamiya employees. Thus, even if you have some requests to Big T (such as "I want Tamiya to release 1/35 NbFz!"), they may not be very helpful :-P

    • Tamiya Plamodel Factory - Shimbashi
      Comment The shop, opened in September 2008, is in the midst of Shimbashi, which is one of business areas in Tokyo, and occupies 3 floors in an office building. The basement and the first floor stock all current Tamiya products, including RC, paint, tool, and publications. The second floor is for various events, such as exhibitions and workshops.
      Address 105-0004, Tokyo, Minato-ku, Shimbashi 4-7-2.
      Phone 03-6809-1175
      Open Hours Weekdays: 12:00-22:00, Weekends and Public Holidays: 10:00-18:00.
      URL http://www.tamiya-plamodelfactory.co.jp/shimbashi/index.htm
      E-mail NA
      Nearest Station Shimbashi (JR Line)
      Access 5 minutes walk from the Karasumori entrance of the Shimbashi JR station. Go north-west along the New Shimbashi building (triangular building), until you find Family Mart store and Jhonathan's restaurant on the RHS (north side) of the street. Then turn left, pass another Family Mart store on your right, and find Mizuho bank on the LHS of the street. Tamiya Factory is next to the bank.
      Map 1 http://www.tamiya-plamodelfactory.co.jp/shimbashi/img/map750_446.gif
      Map 2 Expand...
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 12, block A3
      Latitude & Longitude 35.6647806,139.7548877

    • Tamiya Plamodel Factory - Tressa Yokohama
      Comment
      This "factory" consists of two areas: shop and atelier. The shop has all Tamiya products, except for RC related ones.

      The atelier part is what distinguishes this business from other hobby shops. It has around 20 work tables which you can rent and build your kit there, immediately after purchase! There also are paint booths and a photo booth.

      You can enjoy your build session alone, or have group build session with your friends. Shop staffs are there to give you advices and tips if you need them. In addition, the factory will regularly provide various events and tutorial classes, such as airbrushing. As the shop is in a large shopping and leisure complex "Tressa Yokohama", you will have no fear that your family won't be bored while you spend good time in Tamiya Factory.

      YouTube Video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=uf1yY6oEYWk

      Address 222-0002, Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Kouhoku-ku, Morooka-machi 700, South Building, 1st Floor.
      Phone 045-534-2406
      Open Hours 10:00-21:00
      URL http://www.tamiya-plamodelfactory.com/
      E-mail NA
      Nearest Station Shin-Yokohama (JR line, Yokohama subway line), Tsurumi (JR line, Keihin Kyuko line), Tsunashima (Tokyu Toyoko line)
      Access There are several alternative ways to reach "Tressa Yokohama" by train and bus. (See also: Brief notes on excursion to Yokohama.)

      From Shin-Yokohama JR station, take a bus for "Tsurumi Station West Entrance" (bus route number "104" at No.8 bay or "Tsuru 02" at No.7 bay) from the bus terminal at the North exit. Disembark at "Tressa Yokohama". It will take about 20 minutes.
      Shin-Yokohama station and near by area

      From Tsurumi JR station, take a bus for "Shin-Yokohama JR station" (bus route number "Tsuru 02" at No.10, or "104" at No.12 bay), or a bus for "Tsunashima Station" (route "Tsuru 03" at No.11 bay) from the bus terminal outside the West exit. As No.12 bay is slightly away from the other bays, I recommend you to take a bus from No.10 or 11 bays. Disembark at "Tressa Yokohama". It will take about 20 minutes. Note that if you are starting from the Tsurumi Keihin Kyuko Line station, you have to go through the adjacent Tsurumi JR station to get to the bus terminal.
      Tsurumi JR station and near by area

      From Tunashima station, take a bus, at No.7 bay outside of the east exit, for "Tsurumi Station West Entrance" (bus route number "Tsuru 03"). (As No.7 bay is being temporarily relocated, you may have difficulty in finding it unless you are accompanied by a Japanese guide.) Get off at "Tressa Yokohama". It too will take about 20 minutes.

      The shop is on the 1st floor of the South Building in the site.

      Map 1 http://www.tressa-yokohama.jp/access/
      Map 2 Expand...
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 80, block B3
      Latitude & Longitude 35.524246,139.646602

  24. North Port
    Comment North Port is the home of Pit Road, which produces ship model kits, white metal artillery kits, and accessories. (If you are interested in model kits of IJA, IJN, and JSDF items, you surely have heard about Pit Road :-) You can browse and buy the full range of their products here, along with model kits from other manufacturers and diecast mini-cars as well. Unfortunately some artillery kits are OOP now, and you can not obtain them even here.
    Address 213-0015, Kanagawa-ken, Kawasaki-shi, Takatsu-ku, Kajigaya 5-10-3.
    Phone Tel: 044-870-0128, FAX: 044-865-2746
    Open Hours Mon-Sat: 11:30-20:00, Sun, public holiday: 10:30-19:00
    URL http://www.rakuten.ne.jp/gold/northport/
    E-mail NA
    Nearest Station Kajigaya (Tokyu Den-entoshi likne)
    Access Take a Tokyu-Den-entoshi line train from Shibuya, and get off at Kajigaya (about 24 minutes from Shibuya). From the station, go southward along the main street. You need to walk for quite a while; about 15 minutes. The shop is on the south side of this street.
    Map 1 http://www.rakuten.ne.jp/gold/northport/top_img/map.gif
    Map 2 Google Map
    Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 70, block D5
    Latitude & Longitude 35.584245,139.606868

  25. Bunkyodo Hobby/B's Hobby

    Bunkyodo Hobby, aka B's Hobby, is part of Bunkyodo Book Shop group, and has several shops throughout Japan. Their Yokohama shop is probably among the finest hobby shops in the eastern part of Japan. They have very good stock of all sorts of model kits, PE parts, resin kits, mini-cars, tools, materials, and reference books.

    • B's Hobby Lalaport Yokohama
      Comment The shop is conveniently situated within a large shoping complex, Lalaport Yokohama, and is probably very accessible and attractive for turists (and their families). It has very good stock of model kits and related goods and supplies.
      Address 224-0053, Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Tsuduki-ku, Ikonobe-cho 4035-1, Lalaport Yokohama, 3rd Floor.
      Phone 045-929-3930
      Open Hours 10:00-21:00
      URL http://www.bunkyodo.co.jp/c/tenpo/BsHobby_lalaport.htm
      E-mail NA
      Nearest Station Kamoi (JR Yokohama line)
      Access About ten minutes walk from the Kamoi station. Start from the north exit of the station. Head north, cross the river, and go straight on. The shop is at the furthest end of the north wing on the 3rd floor.

      If you are starting from the Shin-Yokohama JR station, take JR Yokohama line to Kamoi which is onlytwo stops away (less than 10 minutes), then walk to Lalaport. There also is a bus service from the Shin-Yokohama JR station. Take a route number 41 bus at No.3 bay at the North exit. However, not all No. 41 buses go to Lalaport, and it will take about 40-50 minutes!

      See also: Brief notes on excursion to Yokohama.

      Map 1 http://yokohama.lalaport.jp/access/train.html
      Map 2 Expand...
      Latitude & Longitude 35.517353,139.566556


  26. Yodobashi Camera

    Yodobashi Camera is NOT a hobby shop, but an 'electric gadget department store' which happens to have a hobby section.

    Multimedia Akiba is their current flag ship shop. The Shinjuku Main Branch actually consists of several separate building, of which one is dedicated to hobby goods.

    • Shinjuku Main Branch Game & Hobby Shop
      Address 160-0023, Tokyo, Shinjuku-ku, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-12-3.
      Phone 03-3346-1010
      Open Hours Open daily. 9:30-22:00
      Nearest Station Shinjuku (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line)
      Map Google Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 26, block D4
      Latitude & Longitude 35/41/11.252, 139/42/2.347

    • Multimedia Akiba
      See here.

  27. Bic Camera

    Bic Camera is NOT a hobby shop, but an 'electric gadget department store' which happens to have a hobby section.

    Bic Camera has quite a few shops in the central part of Tokyo.

    • Shinjuku Nishiguchi (West Exit) Branch
      Address 160-0023, Tokyo, Shinjuku-ku, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-5-1.
      Phone 03-5326-1111
      Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-21:00
      Nearest Station Shinjuku (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line)
      Map Google Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 27, block E2
      Latitude & Longitude 35.6922627,139.6986691

    • Ikebukuro Main Store
      Address 170-0013, Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Higashi-Ikebukuro 1-41-5.
      Phone 03-5396-1111
      Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-21:00
      Nearest Station Ikebukuro (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line, Yurakucho-line)
      Map Google Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 25, block D3-E3
      Latitude & Longitude 35.731755,139.712913

    • Ikebukuro Nishiguchi (West Exit) Branch
      Address 170-0021, Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Nishi-Ikebukuro 1-16-3.
      Phone 03-5960-1111
      Open Hours Open daily. 10:00-21:00
      Nearest Station Ikebukuro (JR-line, Subway Marunouchi-line, Yurakucho-line)
      Map Google Map
      Atlas Reference Tokyo City Atlas, page 24, block C3
      Latitude & Longitude 35.730946,139.709170

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