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Question about nendoroid shops/stores in JapanQuestion about nendoroid shops/stores in Japan

I am going to Japan what stores would I go to to buy nendoroids and straps in tokyo?

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1pt
A few shops in Radio Kaikan also have good prices for nendoroid. I got a lot of my nendoroid & chara forme there~
11 months ago
1pt
Asuma (11 months ago) #28837186They have A LOT of second hand things including nendoroids. It's on one of the floors of a place called "Akiba Zone". I could send you the google maps location through pm if you want(I starred all places I visited). sure it would help thank you.
11 months ago
1pt
Shamelessotaku (11 months ago) #28836740Is that like a big building for nendoroids because I want some haikyuu and re zero nendoroids..

They have A LOT of second hand things including nendoroids. It's on one of the floors of a place called "Akiba Zone". I could send you the google maps location through pm if you want(I starred all places I visited).
11 months ago
0pt
Thank you for helping me I just didn't know where to search because I have never been to Japan so.
11 months ago
0pt
Asuma (11 months ago) #28824820Found really cheap second-hand nendoroids at Lashinbang in Tokyo and Kyoto when I visited last March.

Is that like a big building for nendoroids because I want some haikyuu and re zero nendoroids..
11 months ago
3pt
To be honest I would say just about anywhere in Akihabara that sells anime goods is a good bet, but to recommend some specific stores - Mandarake, K-Books, Akiba Zone, Animate
11 months ago
3pt
Found really cheap second-hand nendoroids at Lashinbang in Tokyo and Kyoto when I visited last March.
11 months ago
3pt
Agree with Mandarake. Some of them are huge though, with entire store sections dedicated to specific categories (Books, Manga, Kits, Vintage toys)
11 months ago
3pt
Went to Japan last month:) As mentioned, anywhere in Akihabara. For cheap straps/nendoroids, visit Surugaya/mandarake, they have physical stores in Akihabara. If you're a fujoshi, visit Ikebukuro - lots of BL goods/cds/doujinshi related, and a huge mandarake as well. That mandarake was a gem for me
11 months ago
3pt
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This question can be easily answered with google. hubjapan.io/art... www.theguardian... Amiami also has a physical store, Mandarake, Animate, Jump Shop, anywhere in Akihabara
11 months ago
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