Don Quijote is a popular discount chain store that sells just about anything. Items are stacked on top of each other and crammed onto shelves like some sort of modern day bazaar. And that’s kind of the attraction—you never quite know what you’ll find down each aisle. A great store for souvenirs or a weird gadget to take back for friends and family.

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Location
Mega Don Quijote Shibuya, 28-6 Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo 154-0042
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Getting there
From JR Shibuya Station take a right at the fork of the road in front of Shibuya 109. Don Quijote is about 100 meters up the road.
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