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“Sleek use of space”

mAAch ecute Kanda Manseibashi
Ranked #11 of 123 Shopping in Chiyoda
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

I enjoyed shopping under the bridge, the brown bricks offer a different feel to the usual Tokyo shopping experiences. The whole precinct reminded me strongly of home, in inner city Melbourne--except rather than Australian made crafts and furniture, things were locally made, Japanese craft!

Thank Leanne H
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

While reading about it I was not sure if I should go or not, but beleive me it is worth going. The enterence had a very nice brewery but as I need to travel through the day had coffee in the restaurant. They have created amazing shopping experiences and best of all are the miniature station beneath. A must visit place while in Tokyo.

Thank KDSampat
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Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

We went here taken by our guide and had some fun looking at the interesting items all uniques Japanese

Thank Michael S
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Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

Ex-station is renewed to nice spot.
This place is located at Akihabara, under Chuo line train.
You can see and feel the train passing very close to you at second floor view point.
秋葉原の近くにある施設。昔の万世橋駅をリニューアルして作られた。
中央線の線路の高架下にあるのだが、二階のカフェや展望スペースでは、すぐ脇を通り抜ける快速電車の迫力を感じられます。

Thank ST605
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Reviewed 4 January 2017

This spot used to be a Main Terminal of Chuo-line and a busy spot. Many people used to exhange tramways with Chuo-line trains and enjoy movie theaters , shoppings. It was constructed in 1912 based on the design by Mr. Kingo Tatsuo who also designed Tokyo station. There was a statue of Lieutenant Colonel Hirose and Warrant Officer Gugino, war heroes in those days who died during Russo-Japan war in the plaza in front of the station. Tokyo station was constructeed in 1914 and gradually Manseibashi Station lost the status and was demolished in 1936. The statue was also demolished after the second world war. Manseibashi(bridge) has a mysterious room now under the toilet. The former is closed, only reachable from the river and nobody knows what the purpose of the room was for.

Thank Keizo
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