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Akihabara electric street, Tokyo
SOURCE: Bunsyodo Printing, K. Nagami, courtesy of Japan National Tourism Organization, the tourism promotion authority of the government of Japan, used with permission.
Akihabara, an area of Tokyo just five minutes by train from Tokyo Station, is also known as Akihabara Electric Town.
It is a major shopping area for new and used electronics, computers, anime, and otaku goods.
The main streets have primarily shops that sell new items, while most shops selling used products are lcated in the back streets.
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