You will find much more than books at New York City's largest Japanese bookstore. In addition to the shop's main ... More
You will find much more than books at New York City's largest Japanese bookstore. In addition to the shop's main items, such as Japanese books, magazines, comics, music and English books on Japan, there is also a good selection of imported pens and mechanical pencils, origami paper, stationery sets and coil-bound notebooks. Kinokuniya is geared toward Japanese residents and tourists, but they do cater to non-Japanese shoppers as well.
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