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BlackCross
5th May 2007, 13:43
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Akihabara, also known as Akihabara Electric Town (Akihabara Denki Gai), is a neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan. It is located less than five minutes by rail from Tokyo Station. Its name is frequently shortened to Akiba in Japan. While there is an official locality named Akihabara nearby, part of Taito-ku, the area known to most people as Akihabara (including the railway station of the same name) is actually Soto-Kanda, a part of Chiyoda-ku.

Akihabara is best-known as one of the largest shopping areas on Earth for electronic, computer, anime, and otaku goods, including new and used items. New items are mostly to be found on the main street, Ch??d?ri, with many kinds of used items found in the back streets of Soto Kanda 3-ch?me. First-hand parts for PC-building are readily available from a variety of stores. Tools, electrical parts, wires, microsized cameras and similar items are found in the cramped passageways of Soto Kanda 1-ch?me (near the station). Foreign tourists tend to visit the big name shops like Laox or other speciality shops near the station, though there is more variety and lower prices at locales a little further away.


Otaku culture
Otaku culture in Akihabara represents one aspect of the people who shop and 'hang out' there in the recent years. Some people there have unique lifestyles, centered on technological enterprises and a love for Anime/Manga, that have made them outsiders in other sections of Japanese society. These otaku are given the chance to gather here and to meet others who share their specific interests. Akihabara is currently seen as one of the shopping districts that represents a 'mecca' of sorts for otaku, as well as to the term Akiba-kei, or Akiba-type.

Recently, with increased exposure of "otaku" culture in the Japanese media, new buildings, and the opening of another new railway line, Akihabara has seen a boom in popularity and is a popular destination for many young people interested in its unique atmosphere.

Carrot
5th May 2007, 13:53
что-то моя интуиция намекает мне на связь между этоий темой и надписью на макушке сайта :lol:
BlackCross, +1 :)

BlackCross
5th May 2007, 14:00
O rly?! :casual:

DESOUL
6th May 2007, 14:52
Зач0т , всегда хотел увидеть ето хотябы на картинке :moe: PARADISE :relief:

IuriSan
6th May 2007, 22:55
nice info thx

DESOUL
7th May 2007, 00:09
Мде серьезное там количество народу, наши улицы ничто посровнению с теми, собьют с ног затопчат ни ухмылнувшысь даже...:why:

Carrot
7th May 2007, 12:20
Мде серьезное там количество народу, наши улицы ничто посровнению с теми, собьют с ног затопчат ни ухмылнувшысь даже...:why:а ты ралики не смотрел? они на удивление легко в толпе справляюцо. мож они в одном ритме все передвигаются.. годы практики :giveup:

Narcisse
8th May 2007, 20:58
Thanks for the information, didn't know :sorry:

SOCOL
9th May 2007, 02:30
BlackCross: NO RACIST SHIT HERE PLS

Psycho
9th May 2007, 22:45
Другими словами - Рай для задротных анимэшников и не только...

Но посмотреть на косплэеров я там не прочь:sweet:

DESOUL
10th May 2007, 09:13
Другими словами - Рай для задротных анимэшников и не только...

Но посмотреть на косплэеров я там не прочь:sweet:

Скинемся все дружно и полетим туда на самолете вместе с багажом, зато!! :sohappy:

devil may cry
4th November 2007, 21:27
Скинемся все дружно и полетим туда на самолете вместе с багажом, зато!! :sohappy:

well,if you have 825 $ for ticket to tokyo

BlackCross
4th November 2007, 22:27
well,if you have 575 $ for ticket to tokyo
Dus-intors?! O.o

Psycho
5th November 2007, 02:09
Dus-intors?! O.o

Нах тебе ОТТУДА возвращаться? :nowai:

BlackCross
6th November 2007, 03:03
Нах тебе ОТТУДА возвращаться? :nowai:
Tru tru... :hehehe:

andrian
28th December 2007, 14:22
well,if you have 575 $ for ticket to tokyo
dus intors shtiam de minim 1k$ shi aia prin turcia ...
ai careva alte date ?:please:

devil may cry
29th December 2007, 17:45
compania de turism sakura-tur propune pentru 2000$ (depinde de hotel) 1 saptamana in tokyo hakone, mai mu;ta info pe site-ul www.sakuratur.md

REDDEVIL
29th December 2007, 21:13
compania de turism sakura-tur propune pentru 2000$ (depinde de hotel) 1 saptamana in tokyo hakone, mai mu;ta info pe site-ul www.sakuratur.md

fara bilet de avion (~1100-1300 euro) shi alte taxe :)

BlackCross
29th December 2007, 22:42
fara bilet de avion (~1100-1300 euro) shi alte taxe :)
3 capişi, ca-ntotdeauna...

REDDEVIL
30th December 2007, 01:24
3 capişi, ca-ntotdeauna...

dap lumea treb sa shtie nu? el personal am fost dus un pik in eroare :dunno:

Miliko
11th January 2009, 14:24
vreau shi eu acolo )))))))))))
e atit de frumos:beautiful: