Akihabara is 2 tops north of Tokyo station (unti-clockwise) very famous with world largest electric town. There are hundreds of electronics shops from electric consent to the newest computers, camera, digital televisions, mobile phones, home appliances to generators etc. For overseas use voltage and other technical features may differ, but you don7 have to worry, there are several stores can match to your local voltages an amperes. Most shops are ready to play around a bit of discounting which attracts the repeaters.
Another distinctive faces of this town are town of "Otaku" subculture market originated from "Manga","Anime" and gaming. If you are tired of work and wanting to relax yourself, why not drop by a "Manga Kissa(Comic Cafe)? ?" sit on an electric massage chair and comic or two. If you are adventurous person, would you like to visit "Maid Cafe" Anime inspired Frilly French Maid welcomes you, saying "Okaerinasai-Masses-Goshjin sama = welcome home My Master " . Depending on some Cafe' you might even served with spoon fed ! Wao! What a service!?
Take a Walk
KANDA MYOJIN SHRINEWalk along Chuo-Dori to north until you reach to Soto Kanda San-Chome make left for 3 blocks to T-Crossing on your right, you'll see, The gate for Kanda-Myojin. This shrine's Matsuri(Festival) is always broadcasted in Mid May, because, this Matsuri (Festival) is one of the 3 biggest festivals in Japan. Even in Ordinary days, you'll be refreshed after the chaos of Akihabara.
Tokyo Anime CenterAt North exit, take pedestrian bridge to UDX Bldg., and go up to 4th floor, there is Tokyo Anime which is well worth a visit. This center always shows you the newest development in Japanese Anime, and a home of 3D theatre, a recording studio and number of events held weekly. Best thing is admission free and guidance is provided in English, Korean and Chinese languages.
Tokyo Anime Center