Located in the plaza on the first floor of the huge eight-story Yodobashi-Akiba Japanese electronics store, the YY Marché food street is filled with stands that mostly sell sweets and snacks like takoyaki—octopus balls. The Square Enix Cafe, devoted to the video game company, is also there. It’s fun to go and take in all the hustle and bustle! Go to the Jack In The Donuts store and order the delicious melon bread donut. You can’t come here and skip it. Just make sure you arrive early enough to get one, as they sell out fast.
Next to Akiba station. Sells variety of latest electronic appliances in a huge building. Better to check out
Yodobashi Camera Home electronics mass retailer, restaurant, shopping, batting center The biggest household appliance building in Akihabara where you can enjoy a day even in the rain Children and adults can be enjoyed!
You can get many consumer electronics of Japanese manufacturers. And restaurant mall has been renewed recently. 11/18～
Akihabara is a district in Tokyo that is famous for its many electronics shops.It is also known as a shopping district for anime&mannga!You can shop at Yodobashi Camera for Electrical Appliances.
Large electric shop. You can buy everything related to electric goods using in house. Shop staffs are kind too.
A famous electronic device department. There are not only TVs, Camera, Hairdryer, but also Manga, Books, and many japanese restaurants. Duty free too. 編集
“Don Quixote has almost everything you want at bargain prices! Food, clothes, bags, shopping!”
“A cafe with a very easy-to-understand location facing Akihabara Station! If you like Gundam a little, I think it would be nice to visit once and see! 秋葉原駅に面した非常に分かりやすい立地にあるカフェです！ ガンダム好きじゃなくても足を運ぶ価値あり！”
“One of Japanese unique cafes,called Maid cafe. There are many kinds of Maid cafes in Tokyo,but the @home cafe is the most popular one in Akihabara. ”
“Ikina Isshou has the look at the entrance of any other old ramen shop, but its interior inside are very bright, clean and new. They serve both hot ramen in winter and cold ramen in the summer. Despite its popularity, the shop is quite small and there’s no English menu as well as English speaking staff, but don’t worry, images come with the menu!”