Toki premium outlets are located in Toki-shi, Gifu prefecture, in a beautiful area surrounded with lush greenery on all sides and the view of the distant Alps ranges which can be enjoyed from the outlet area.
This is the fifth outlet mall in Japan and is one of the biggest shopping areas in the country and was awarded TripAdvisor certificate of excellence in 2014. It was designed based on the streets of Colorado, USA. There are about 180 different shops of branded goods like clothes, sportswear, watches, chocolate, crockery and etc. Last winter they expanded the area by adding another 38 shops. I think a full day may not be enough to see all the shops and decide what to buy.
There are countless fashion brand stores. Most shops offer discounts all-year-round. The branded watch shops display their entire collections for you. For those who love to buy the best quality sportswear and other sports goods there are shops like Nike, Adidas, and many others!
You can also find famous beers and wines, and fashion accessories around here. There is also a Nikon shop which sells cameras and camera accessories with the newest models on displays. Most of the stores provide tax-free services for tourists if some conditions regarding the amount are met. There are many sweets shops like Godiva and Baskin Robins, which will make your shopping experience even better!
If you get hungry here is a food court at one side of the outlet where you can enjoy fast food as well as Japanese and international cuisines. Small coffee shops can be found in the corners of this area. There are also free Wifi areas situated in some parts of the outlet. Baby strollers and wheelchairs can be rented in the outlet area for a small fee you’d have to pay upon returning it.
The local stores accept VISA and ATM services that accept international cards are scattered all over the place. On top of that, you can get some free special discount coupons if you show your foreign passport with tourist visa at the Information Counter.
Located in the quiet Toki area, this outlet can be accessed via a bus or a car from Nagoya. The vast parking area of this premium outlets provides parking facilities to hundreds of private vehicles. The direct Premium Outlets buses are available on all weekends, to find more details check their website.
This is more than just a shopping mall, you can easily spend the entire day inside this outlet strolling around and enjoying food and coffee. What is a better way to spend a day off?
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