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Walking Around Akihabara 秋葉原

投稿日:2020年8月29日 更新日:

Akihabara developed as a black market in Japan after World War II. Since then, it has developed into one of the world’s leading electric towns, lined with stores that handle a variety of electronic devices, parts (hardware) and software, along with rapid economic growth. It also has the face of a world-class tourist destination. It is called the abbreviated name of Akiba, Akiba.

Initially, the electric town was mainly junk goods stores and home electronics mass retailers that developed from that, but after the rapid economic growth, there were many specialty stores handling records and CDs against the backdrop of the music boom, and then the electronic game boom. With the arrival of, the game shop flourished. When this electronic game boom got into full swing, hobby shops and anime shops that lined up the demand for virtual space preferences were lined up. The situation at that time is introduced on the YouTube channel.

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YouTube – Walking Around Akihabara

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