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Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan

Come with pockets full of 100-yen coins, as this shop houses hundreds of gachapon (capsule-vending machines) dispensing manga character toys, keychain trinkets and assembly-required figurines – perfect prepackaged Tokyo souvenirs.

Oriental Bazaar

Carrying a wide selection of antiques and tourist items at very reasonable prices, Oriental Bazaar is an excellent spot for easy one-stop souvenir shopping. Good gifts to be found here include fans, folding screens, pottery, porcelain and kimono.

Muji

Tokyo's famously understated no-name brand is one of the hippest names in Paris. But Muji still sells simple, unadorned clothing and accessories for men and women. It also carries hard-to-find M and L sizes (though these, too, are small). This large outlet in Yurakuchō also has a great cafeteria.

Mandarake - Shibuya

The Shibuya branch of Mandarake stocks a range of new manga and also boasts performances by real, live cosplay (costume-play) kids in full-on anime character drag. Avid fans should also make the trek to Mandarake's huge flagship store in Nakano, with three floors packed with all manner of new and used manga, anime, games and character-related collectibles.

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