・azone: c...cute! There is no doubt you will find this cute! Dolls of different concepts and displayed here. You might even be able to meet that popular character everyone is talking about!
・Radio Center: A must-see in Akihabara! The roots of Akihabara, road where of electronic shops, introduced by the masters of Akihabara. You can experience a peculiar and unique experience, almost as though you have jumped into another world.
・ACOS: For you that desires to transform! Why don't you transform into you favorite anime character with cosplay costumes? Costumes, wigs, make-up, and small goods, you name it, you will find everything here! You will be in awe, just by looking at the costumes.
・Kawaii Maid-Cafe and Bar Akiba Zettai Ryoiki: Speaking of Akihabara, what come to mind? Yes, maid-cafes! A beautiful girl dressed in a maid costume will welcome you in. Be sure to take a look at the menu, all the items are rare and somewhat "different." Let's enjoy the atmosphere of the shop in the cafe unique to Japan, it is sure to make you smile.
・Mode Off: Old clothing shops are also famous in Akihabara. It is recommended to those who are hesitant on buying a cosplay costume because if its price. Here, costumes such as maid and cosplay can be purchased for a cheap price. You will find clothes other than cosplay too!
・Taito Station: This is the only game center in Akihabara where you can take purikura with cosplay! Find your free rental outfit and take purikura! What person do you see, is that you? You will see a person almost completely different to you, a purikura that cutens you up! It is worth the experience.
・Akihabara Gachapoin Kaikan: Do you know the famous Gachapon in Japan? It is a good inside a small plastic ball, about the size of your palm. Character figurines, some sound making goods, and even some items you don't know what to do with! There are over 300 types of gachapon, find your favorite!!!
・2k540 AKI-OKA ARTISAN: Under the track connecting Akihabara and Okachimachi there are shops selling stylish, handmade goods! Why don't you buy some cute and fancy goods made by craftsmen to take home as souvenirs?