Outlet Malls

Outlet Malls

If you are someone who loves an outlet mall, you are in luck. The Japanese consumer loves the outlet mall. Located all around Japan are outlet malls who are selling their goods and products at a discount. Outlets malls are created for big companies to sell their irregulars or those product which they have overrun. What they offer to you is a decrease in price. If you want to shop and have the patience to go through the racks, then outlet malls are for you.

Mitsui Outlet Park Tama Minami Osawa

Address 1-600 Minami-Osawa, Hachioji-city, TokyoMap
Description The Mitsui Outlet Park Tama Minami Osawa is an outdoor shopping experience. With a variety of other similar festivals outside of Tokyo, the Osawa outlet park supplies products ranging from lifestyle to gardening. It prides itself on offering a warm, festival-like shopping experience. There are a number of special events each day to distract shoppers from their buying for a few minutes. Independent brands and luxury products sit side by side at the Mitsui Outlet Park Tama Minami Osawa.

Mitsui Outlet Park Makuhari

Address 2-6-1 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba-city, Chiba-prefectureMap
Description The Mitsui Outlet Park Makuhari in Tokyo is a shopping mall for shoppers looking for a bargain. It sells test and samples of new products and products which couldn’t be sold due to slight imperfections. It also sells some exciting products which aren’t available in standard retail stores. Its 97 stores range from children’s to lifestyle goods, as well sporting goods and women’s wear. With prices in some cases 80 per cent lower than standard retail prices, this is a popular place.

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu

Address 398 Nakajima, Kisarazu-city, Chiba-prefectureMap
Description The Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu in the Kisarazu district of Tokyo sells many of the leading brands and foreign product ranges at discounted prices. Uniquely, it offers sea-scented decorations to make shoppers feel like they’re on holiday during their trip. The outlet park stocks a range of fashion, accessories, sports, careers, and outdoor products. There are a total of 171 shops inside the park and an 850-seat food court with some open-air seating.

Mitsui Outlet Park Yokohama Bayside

Address 5-2 Shiraho, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa-PrefectureMap
Description It's a popular outlet park that faces the largest and most beautiful marinas in this part of the world. It offers everything, including sporting goods, brand name fashion accessories, shoes, interior items, and much more. All these items come with a discount between 30% and 70% range. After shopping, you can have a good time at the cafes and restaurants in the outlet. You can enjoy duty free shopping at some shops, especially at the Coach Factory.

Mitsui Outlet Park Iruma

Address 3169-1 Miyadera, Iruma-city, Saitama-PrefectureMap
Description Visit one of the largest outlet shopping centers in the Kanto area where you can find a number of shops and stores to buy anything from sporting goods and fashion, to shoes, watches, and lifestyle goods ? a diverse range of food and drink options are also available. With more than 200 stores available, you won't have issues shopping for a variety of Japanese as well as international brands. On foreign brands, they offer a discount of up to 70% on original price.

Shisui Premium Outlet

Address "689 Iizumi Shisui-machi, Inba-gun, Chiba, Japan 285-0912"Map
Description For legendary brands and real savings, Shisui Premium Outlet is the best choice. With 120 outlet stores in total, you won't have to worry about buying anything you want. The location is quite convenient as well ? it's minutes away from the Narita Airport and is in close proximity of the Tokyo City Center. They offer goods at discounted prices ? up to 65% off. Free coupons are available for additional savings. Wheelchair and stroller rentals are available.

Ami Premium Outlet

Address 2700, Yoshiwara,Ami-machi, Inashiki-gun, Ibaraki, Japan 300-1155Map
Description After Sano and Gotemba, this is the third Premium Outlet serving people in the Kanto region. It is perfectly located on the Ken-O Expressway and is easily accessible from the airport. You can find different shops there to buy anything you like ? for kid's toys, shoes, and clothes, you can visit Adidas, Aigle, Asics, and Ashworth; and you can visit ACE for bags and leather goods. Discounted deals are also available.

Sano Premium Outlet

Address #2058, Koena-cho, Sano-Shi, Tochigi, Japan 327-0822Map
Description The best thing about Sano Premium Outlet is its location ? the natural surroundings with the backdrop of Mt. Mikamo make it a unique shopping mall. It is basically designed keeping in mind an American town on the east coast of the country. It allows you to shop for everything. You can visit Aigle for leather bags, kid's toys, clothes, and shoe. For gift accessories, you may consider visiting Adidas -- As Know As and A|X Armani Exchange are other popular options.

Gotemba Premium Outlet

Address 1312 Fukasawa Gotemba-Shi, Shizuoka, Japan 412-0023Map
Description Located close to Mt. Fuji, it's a popular place for shopping. With over 210 shops in total, it's the largest shopping mall in Japan. From top local brands to high-end designer brands, you can find everything at a discount of 25-65% off the retail price. You can shop for everything from eyewear, cosmetics, and watches to fashion, toys, and sportswear, at shops like Armani Factory Store, Adam et Rope, Agnes b.,Voyage, Aquascutum, and more.

Lake Town Outlet

Address 4-50 Azuma-cho, Koshigaya-shi, Saitama 343-0826Map
Description It is the new entrant in the world of shopping malls in Japan, and is a part of the largest shopping center in Japan, called AEON LakeTown. You can get to the Lake Town Outlet in about two hours from Haneda and Narita airports. The combination of natural light and comforting breeze coming from the nearby lake makes it even better to shop for top Japanese and foreign brands: AMIMOC, ARLENNESS, BergHOFF, and AQUA SILVER are some of the popular brands.

Venus Fort OUTLET

Address 1-3-15 Aomi Koto-ku,Tokyo 135-0064Map
Description The Venus Fort Outlet is an Aomi shopping mall resembling a medieval village in Europe. The outlet is on the third floor and has a fantastical Sky Feature overhead to provide full immersion in the theme. There are 50 stores in the Venus Fort OUTLET with fashion and lifestyle being the overarching focus. They sell the latest brands and have cultivated a large amount of popularity amongst younger people from the Harajuku and Shibuya areas.

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