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Akihabara - Akihabara is famously known all over the world as Japan’s “Electric Town”. The mass of people shopping at this area on any given day, attest to this fact.

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Antiques - A collector of Japanese antiques would be deemed as someone with an exceptional taste for the finer things in life. No longer reserved for the elites, a Japanese antique collection in your home would be exactly what the home decorator would order.

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Art Market - Japanese arts evolved as a result from the early years of experiences that it had been exposed to, and the countries that it had interacted with. Much of these countries’ own practices and beliefs had a lot of influence on the Japanese people, showing off their treasures and traditional arts, which in turn became a benchmark for adaptation and improvement on the part of the Japanese.

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Books and Comics - Whether you are a hardcore collector or someone simply interested in something Japanese, you will be able to find all sorts of books and comics to shop for in Japan. There is an abundance of bookshops and magazine stands from where you can get books either in Japanese or in English.

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Designer Clothes - Japanese designer fashion is often referred to as Japonaiserie, meaning it is heavily influenced by Japanese art and culture. For many people, Japanese designer clothes are often something beautiful to look at, but not wearable enough.

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Exports - With the second largest economy in the world, the small country of Japan wields a big influence in world economics. Japanese exports account for the majority of its economic wealth, with cutting-edge technology a key factor in Japan’s export success. In the United States, it would be difficult to find a normal household that did not own at least one Japanese-built product - and more likely, more than one.

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Ginza - A district known as Tokyo’s fashion capital, Ginza is where you will find the most exclusive shops and the most expensive restaurants in Japan. With streets lined with neon signs, boutiques and fancy food places, real estate property value in this district is always at an all time high. This is the place where a coffee can go as high as $10 a cup.

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