Anime places to visit in Japan 

Nowadays, manga and anime are highly popular in Japanese culture, from Studio Ghibli to Pokemon you can see a number of comic, games, animation and several its own character in the city. If you are an anime and manga lover, traveling to Japan is the smartest choice. As there is numerous anime tourist locations that can help you to enhance your knowledge, plus you can also buy several items of your favorite character. If you are also looking forward to visit such places, here some must visit places that will definitely make you fall in love; 

Ghibli Museum

In Japan it is the most famous animation film studio that is responsible for releasing numerous award winning movies like Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro and many more along with amazing anime characters. In addition this museum also showcases the history and work of Hayoa Miyazaki as well as Studio Ghibli. The museum is situated in Mitaka which is 30 min away from Shinjuku station. The important thing to keep in mind if you are willing to visit this museum you have to book its ticket in advanced to minimize last time hassle, for that you can visit their online site. 

Pokemon center 

Pokemon has been one of the most famous cartoon series around the world for multiple decades, and is still fresh in the memories of kids and youngsters. If you are also one of them then visiting the pokemon themed room center is worth it. Here you can find number of games and merchandise several items like Pikachu-themed noodles, jelly drinks, matcha cookies, curry and much more that you wish to buy. Currently there are more than 10 pokemon center in the City of Japan offering you numerous games. In addition you can also play several pokemon games available in the center and enjoy your trip to this place. 


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