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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Sunshine City was built with the concept of a "city within a city;" that is, a building with virtually all the facilities you can think of housed under one roof. It was opened in 1978 and has not only food and shopping options, but also indoor theme parks, as well as an aquarium, planetarium, and an observation deck.
Fans of J-culture converge from around the world at Sunshine City, which is not only home to a Pokemon Center, but also Donguri Kyowakoku, which sells Studio Ghibli-themed items—you'll find merchandise featuring Totoro, Ponyo, characters from Spirited Away, and more.
With about 175 shops, Sunshine City offers a lot of shopping and eating options, including a gyoza stadium that brings together a dozen of Japan's most famous gyoza stalls all in one complex, in the Namjatown indoor amusement park.
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