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Books Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store (紀伊國屋書店 新宿本店)

Bookstore

This is a large bookstore located in Shinjuku in Tokyo's Shinjuku City. The main building and annex buildings are located between Shinjuku-dori Avenue and Yasukuni-dori Avenue. On the main building's nine floors including one basement floor and eight floors above ground the store sells items such as literature, foreign books, specialist books, magazines and picture books. There is even the Shinjuku Medical Book Center that offers items specific to the medical field, the Kinokuniya Hall which is home to performances for drama and rakugo, and the Event Hall that hosts book-signings. The annex carries comics, light novels, CDs and DVDs.

place

Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-7 (Shinjuku / YoyogiArea)

phone 0333540131
place

10:30-20:00

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Address
Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-7 [map]
Area
Shinjuku / YoyogiArea
Phone
0333540131
Hours
10:30-20:00
Closed
open everyday (12/31, 1/1 are subject to change in sales hours)
Parking Lot
Not available * Affiliated parking lot Available (Shinjuku subnade parking lot) * 5,000yen (tax included) 1 hour free parking ticket service (this Sunday)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, UC, DinersClub, MI, MUFJ, Isetan Aihaus)
Smoking
Not available
Note
Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of April 22, 2020)
* Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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