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Elien
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Going to Paris, France

Post by Elien » Feb 17th, '08, 10:11

Hi there, I´m going to spend upcoming friday and saturday in Paris and I want to ask, if there is some place where I can buy japanese stuff? Do you know such places? let me know! Yoroshiku ne :D

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Post by non-angelical » Feb 17th, '08, 10:21

oops....I hope this is not too late ^^
You could buy Japanese food, magazines, and stuffs around pyramides and opera.

Books/Magazines/CDs
Book Off
Metro Quatre Septembre
29, Rue st. agustin

Junku
--> hmmm, I forgot the street name. But get off in metro pyramides and look for sortie "rue de pyramides". It's on the street to the left.

Supermarket
Kioko
Metro pyramides
46, Rue Petit champs

Ace Mart (Japanese and Korean)
Metro Pyramides
63 Rue St. Anne

And if you're looking for restaurants, then take metro pyramides, sortie rue de pyramides, and on the right, it's Rue st. anne, there are lots of Japanese restaurants along the street

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Post by Elien » Feb 17th, '08, 10:43

thanks a lot :w00t: I am leaving on wednesday and will stay there till sturday so its ok..

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Post by non-angelical » Feb 17th, '08, 11:03

:lol In that case, I add some notes:
Junku (the Japanese Bookstore I mentioned before)
18 rue des Pyramides
75001 Paris
Easier to go by metro line 7, arret pyramides. But you could also take line 14

Konci
183 Bld Voltaire
75011 Paris
(Metro line 9, arret voltaire)

Manga Cafe
11 B, Rue Carmes
75005 Paris
(line 10)

--> Oh, there's also a new manga kissa behind junku. I forgot the name >.<

Have fun in Paris ^^

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Post by LauLau » Feb 17th, '08, 11:17

I have the same adresses than non-angelical, but I warn you that Konci and manga cafe are mostly for french people, because almost all manga are in french :) Nevertheless, Konci has also lot of stuff around manga : figurines, artbooks, etc...

But Junku has lot of stuff in japanese (books, magazines and manga)


Oh and the other day I've found jdrama at Book Off, but without english subtitle :/

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Post by sarria » Feb 17th, '08, 12:16

Hi! What kind of japanese stuff do you want to buy??

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Post by Elien » Feb 17th, '08, 14:19

sarria wrote:Hi! What kind of japanese stuff do you want to buy??
Anything :roll
Manga, dorama, music, maybe some grocery... There is only one small shop in czech republic witch has japanese stuff like grocery, manga and movies but it´s in Prague witch is 200km from my place so I dont have the oportunity to go there so often :-( So when I have the chance to buy something, I MUST try all ways to do it :D

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Post by expanzee » Feb 17th, '08, 14:28

The addresses non-angelical gave you are kinda easy to find. Make sure you enjoy Paris itself too if you're going there for the first time.

I hope you have a nice weather on your trip :cheers:

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Post by sarria » Feb 17th, '08, 14:32

Ok! If you want you can go take a look at the China town in Paris. There is some shop there that sell Japanese and Korean DVD drama and movies with english sub, manga but in french. There is also supermarket that chinese, japanese and korean food. I suggest you to go to this shop "Taiyou", here the adress : 44,avenue d'Ivry ,75013 Paris. You can take metro line 14 stop at "Olympiades".
Wish you good luck!

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Post by Aiko_ » Aug 11th, '08, 16:13

well I putting this topic up and I would like to thank everybody whom posted here shop addresses! I wil check them out for sure when I will be in Paris in September. Thx! :D

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Post by JenniferB » Aug 18th, '08, 12:43

Mmmm, Paris. Still on my To-Visit-List. :)

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