Japanimation Hub




Address: 1-1 Kanda Hanaokacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/AZoPcf421qaU7uJK6
Access: 1-minute walk from JR Yamanote Line's Akihabara Station(from the Electric Town Exit)
Opening Hours:  From 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. https://tamashiiweb.com/store/tokyo/

Tamashii Nations is a brand that deals with completed action figures from the Japanese toy manufacturer Bandai. Tamashii Nations carries finished figures and merchandise from franchises such as Gundam, Dragon Ball, One Piece, Jujutsu Kaisen (Sorcery Fight), NARUTO, Sailor Moon, Godzilla, Kamen Rider, and more. The TAMASHI NATIONS STORE TOKYO is a store that displays figures from Tamashii Nations and sells limited edition items. Rather than a typical store, it feels more like a showroom for completed figures, with few items actually for sale. It serves as a display venue for products sold on Tamashii Nations' e-commerce site, known as Tamashii WEB.

Upon entering, one is greeted with an array of precious figures. It's a treat to take your time and look at them closely. Fans of One Piece, Naruto, and Dragon Ball will find numerous figures that pique their interest. In particular, the quality and craftsmanship of the Gundam series figures are extremely impressive, making it hard to look away. Many visitors, after seeing the actual products at this store, are immediately convinced to make a purchase on Tamashii WEB due to the figures' impressive presence and high-quality finish. TAMASHI NATIONS STORE TOKYO is a well-known spot in Akihabara's anime area and attracts many foreign tourists. Before buying anime goods in Akihabara, I recommend checking out this store first to get ideas for shopping and then exploring Akihabara.

This store is located a 1-minute walk from the "Electric Town Exit" of Akihabara Station. Akihabara Station has exits on the east, west, south, and north, and each area has its own shops, making it a confusing location for first-time visitors. Even for Japanese who haven't visited often, it can be unclear which exit to take. To put it simply, there are numerous anime shops on the northwest side of Akihabara Station. Make use of Google Maps or your smartphone's GPS and try walking on the northwest side of Akihabara Station.In Akihabara, there are many "Otaku" enthusiasts. It might be interesting to visit the shops that these individuals frequent.