The team that went to Japan probably knew that Japan is famous for manga and anime. These are considered as spiritual entertainment products for the Japanese people and later it was popularized all over the world. If you are a true fan of Japanese manga and anime, then this article is for you. In this article, I will suggest to you interesting and interesting places dedicated to Otaku.
Akihabara Street is located in the center of Tokyo, the center of famous game, manga and anime culture in Japan. In addition, this place is also famous for electronics and household items.
This is considered a “paradise” with manga shops and anime flooded the streets. On weekends, there will be cosplayers of manga and anime characters walking around this neighborhood, which is very interesting.
If you are a hard fan of One Piece then obviously this is the place to come. This is a huge and monumental amusement park built in the style of One Piece, located at the foot of Tokyo TV tower, in the city of Minato.
There are lots of cool games in this area and many One Piece themed attractions, cafes, restaurants and restaurants. You should spend more time discovering it all.
The feature of the Ghibli Museum is that there are no designated sightseeing routes. So visitors are free to start from where they like and in the way they find most interesting. In the museum there are fake doors with the invitation to “Let’s become also lost children”. And behind those doors is the world in Ghibli that will make you curious to discover you don’t want to go home.
Gundan Museum is located on the 7th floor of Diver City Tokyo Plaza shopping center in Odaiba. There is a very famous robot model, the 18-meter-high Gundam robot that stands outside the Diver City building. The beauty of the “super huge” robot models of the museum will make you overwhelmed.