JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Image search results - "mall"
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Shopping street
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Mori Town shopping mall on the north side of JR Akishima Statin.
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Inside Mori Town shopping mall in Akishima, Tokyo.
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Hina Matsuri sale
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The airport has a huge shopping area full of gift shops.
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G8 Hokkaido Toyako Summit merchandise. They all seem to be unofficial goods. They don't bear the official logo.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge as seen from Mt. Hiei.
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Pieri Moriyama, a new shopping mall near the lake shore.
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Inside Pieri Moriyama. It was in financial trouble due to competing megamalls in southern and eastern Shiga. Many stores closed. MAPThe mall is being revived.
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This Lake View room is a rest place.
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Delighted to find free Internet connection terminals if you have a your own computer.
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On the balcony of Pieri Moriyama.
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Not a spectacular view, but the lake can be seen.
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Biwako Ohashi Bridge as seen from Pieri Moriyama.
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Pieri Moriyama's own boat dock.
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Opened on July 8, 2010, the Mitsui Outlet Park is near the Ryuo Interchange on the Meishin Expressway, making it readily accessible by car for shoppers coming from Kyoto, Nara, Mie, and Gifu. MAP
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It is the first outlet mall in the Kyoto-Shiga area. The two-level mall has 165 stores, 145 of which are outlet shops.
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Lots of parking space.
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Most are clothing shops and some are first-time outlet shops. There are many big names including Burberry, Gap Outlet, Barney’s New York Outlet, Armani, Paul Smith, Coach, Beams, Ralph Lauren, Nike, Bebe, Edwin, Vans, Levi’s, Puma, and Adidas.
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The shops open from 10 am to 8 pm. Buses run from Omi-Hachiman and Yasu Stations.
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There are two levels running in a slim rectangle.
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Entertainment stage
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Entertainment stage
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My favorite shop is this one selling products (mainly edible) from Shiga.
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Red kon-yaku or devil's tongue.
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Popular restaurants attract large crowds.
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Kua Aina, a hamburger joint from Hawaii, also had a long line.
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Food Court.
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A small park outside the mall next to the pond.
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Azaleas in spring.
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Nice name for a store.
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Shopping center where most people shop in central Yokosuka. Despite this megamall, the other shopping areas in town are still thriving. Yokosuka has a vigorous atmosphere. Not economically depressed.
   
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