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added on : September 9, 2019

Nintendo TOKYO, Nintendo’s first official store in Japan, will open on November 22 at CYBERSPACE SHIBUYA, alongside the new Pokémon Center Shibuya. Located on the sixth floor of the Shibuya PARCO department store, CYBERSPACE SHIBUYA is set to be the new main destination for fans of all things anime, video game, manga, and Japanese pop culture.

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The First Official Nintendo Store in Japan

Nintendo TOKYO, the long-awaited official store for Nintendo fans, will be selling products such as video game systems, software and character-based merchandise, as well as host events and offer opportunities to play games at Nintendo TOKYO.

Catch them all at Pokemon Center Shibuya

Pokemon Center Shibuya will be a new place for fans of the franchise to enjoy richer experiences than ever before utilizing the latest technology that Pokemon has to offer. In addition to Pikachu-themed goods, the shop will also have plushies and merchandise of numerous other Pokemon.

Nintendo and Pokemon aren't the only brands you'll find on Shibuya PARCO's 6th floor. CYBERSPACE SHIBUYA will also be home to shops by pop-culture icons such as Capcom, Shonen Jump, and Nitroplus. Keep an eye out for the Touken Ranbu Yorozuya Honpo! If you're looking for unique dining experiences, check out the esports cafe and bar, or the space for pop-up cafes serving themed food and drinks.

CYBERSPACE SHIBUYA (Shibuya PARCO 6F)

Address 15-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Hours 10:00-21:00 (May vary according to each establishment)
Closing days Not specified
Access JR lines | Ginza Line | Hanzomon Line | Fukutoshin Line| Inokashira Line | Den-en-toshi Line | Toyoko Line
Shibuya Station | Exit 6-2 | 5 min on foot
Other For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.
URL Shibuya PARCO (JPN)

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