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Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore

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I went to the Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore at the newly built shopping complex called Daikanyama T-SITE.

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The space is lined with buildings in a T-shaped motif, many of them specialist shops such as restaurants, a camera shops and an electrically assisted bicycle shops.

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The Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore is made up of three buildings. It’s completely different from the other Tsutaya shops up until now, selling mainly books, and as a bookstore, it is a space that can be fully enjoyed by children and adults.

Of course, there are well-stocked DVD and CD corners, and you can probably find movies for enthusiasts of various tastes there as well. Since you can do returns by mail for free from anywhere in Japan, even people who live far away can rent there care-free.

It truly was an enjoyable space, such that you could spend hours there without getting tired of it.
I think I will definitely end up going there again many times in the future.

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posted by Soshi , 2月 1, 2012 12:25:03 (Tokyo) :

This is REALLY cool! I was in Daikanyama for less than an hour but I should have visited this building ahhhhhhhh :’(

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posted by hayase , 2月 1, 2012 13:12:50 (Tokyo) :

Daikanyama T-site is very interesting!!
I love 蔦屋 soooo much.
When you came to Japan next, please go there.

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posted by Things We Love : Tokyo – Take 3 | The Laundress Blog , 1月 18, 2014 1:36:34 (Tokyo) :

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