This Outlet Park Has the Most Number of Stores in Japan
It's a shopper's paradise!
Just 45 minutes away from Tokyo Station through the Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line Expressway, the Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu, located in Chiba, has 308 stores, making it the outlet mall with the most stores in Japan. It originally opened last April 2012, but reopened last October 26, 2018 with more than a few upgrades. Below are some of the shops you can find there.
It is also the first time for GaGa MILANO, an Italian watch brand famous for its unique dial face, to open a store at an outlet mall.
Likewise, this is American men’s clothing shop J.PRESS’s first store in an outlet mall, too.
DEAN & DELUCA
DEAN & DELUCA, an American grocery chain, attracts a lot of celebrities and offers many great items.
emmi sells a variety of authentic and classic pieces for women. This shop is the brand’s first store in an outlet mall.
Inside the Mercedes-Benz shop, you’ll find brand-new automobiles, test cars, and other car accessories.
Other than these, sports brands like UNDER ARMOUR, Bianchi, and New Balance have also opened at the outlet mall.
UNDER ARMOUR’s store has a wide floor space.
Bianchi has a line of uniquely colored bicycles called Celeste available at the store.
Aside from shopping, you can also take a break at the outlet’s cafés and rest spaces.
DEAN & DELUCA Café
At DEAN & DELUCA Café, you can enjoy both Japanese and Western food.
The Garden Terrace is located in the middle of the extended Garden Zone. There, you’ll find several cafés lined up at the site. You can also take a rest at the designated space in the middle of the garden terrace.
There are child-friendly spaces and individual nursing rooms available at the outlet mall, too.
There are four breastfeeding rooms inside the mall.
At the service lounge of the information center, there are free baggage storages, coin lockers, cafés, and spaces for kids. You can save time looking for a place to park through the mall’s Valet Parking service.
The staff will gladly park your car for you once you leave your car key with them.
The outlet mall is accessible not only from Chiba, but also from Tokyo and Yokohama if you use the Aqua-Line. Since the Ibaraki Zone of the Metropolitan Inter-City Expressway has been completed, access from North Kanto has likewise become easier.
Provided by Japan WalkerTM, WalkerplusTM, and Tokyo WalkerTM (27 October 2018)