There seems to be a theme for each area, it is fun to think about it.
Is this area a feature on Tokyo special?
There are also manga.
Dororo. I tried opening the end of the book.
Although it is a 15th edition, it is an old book because it was made in “Showa 51”. I just wondered where these books were gathered from.
The back number of the magazine.
It is also interesting that R-STORE Co., Ltd. which manages here, is an introduction of real estate rather than a book store as the main business.
Large format books are also placed.
Food of Asia.
English version comics.
English version of “Nana”.
English version of “Doraemon”.
My bible “Midnight Express”. (I read only Volume 1.)
Mr. Tsuchiya’s book “Ultra Light Hiking” by Hiker’s Depot.
Sticker on the back.
Aside from that, we do not seem to be able to purchase books here.
The theme of this area is “Night”.
Best seller “Salad Anniversary”.
Japanese funny culture.
Paperbacks are scattered in various places with a nice feeling.
Shinjuku and the neighborhood.
I’d like to say that I introduced everything, but this is not everything, so if you are interested please try staying. There are also staff who like books here, so please try asking for recommendations. You may find a book of your favorite.
BOOK AND BED TOKYO SHINJUKU
URL : http://bookandbedtokyo.com/en/shinjuku/index.html
ADDRESS : Kabukicho APM Building 8F, 1-27-5, Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, 160 0021