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  • Jeca

    on Sep 9

    Great English books in stock!

    This is the only Bookstore in Tokyo i found really helpful for me cause i love reading english books and i found a lot of books here from the latest to the most popular read. They also have english translated mangas, stationeries, and a wide variety of business and art books.

  • Saitama

    on Aug 19

    Excellent English language children's book section with PEPPA PIG!

    Peppa Pig is an extremely popular cartoon character from the United Kingdom. I have never seen Peppa Pig books or goods anywhere else in Japan. Kinokuniya had one shelf of Peppa Pig books and activities. They are quite reasonably priced too. Apart from Peppa Pig books, they generally have a great selection of English language children's books and educational material for native speakers. They also have a lovely Kumon play area beside the children's book section. There is a reasonable selection of English language novels and educational material for older children and adults too. There is a PC Depot in the same shop as Kinokuniya where they allow kids play with laptops and smart phones. I did not see any English signs within the store itself and none of the staff spoke English to me, so I don't know if assistance is available in English, but the layout is quite easy to navigate without being able to read or speak Japanese: English books are toward the back of the store to the right of Kumon and in front of the Anpanman and Hello Kitty displays! Kinokuniya is located in Urban Dock Lalaport and is accessible from Toyosu station on the Yurakucho line. There is also parking in Lalaport on the upper floors.

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