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Exterior images of the JUMP SHOP Tokyo Skytree Soramachi Store



Address: 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo Skytree Town Solamachi 4th Floor.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/BFNZ8BSEqFUTVom8A
Access: Get off at Oshiage Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, a 1-minute walk (directly connected to the station)
Opening Hours:  From 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM. https://www.shonenjump.com/j/jumpshop/store.html

The JUMP SHOP TOKYO SKYTREE SOLAMACHI STORE is very clean and well-organized, making it easy for customers to browse. It is located on the 4th floor of the shopping mall at Tokyo Skytree, a popular tourist attraction. The store is spacious, so even when it's crowded, visitors can easily view the merchandise, making it convenient for those with children. In front of the store stands a life-sized figure of Luffy, the main character from One Piece. Just like other Jump Shops, there is a wide array of merchandise from series like One Piece, Dragon Ball, NARUTO, Demon Slayer, Chainsaw Man, GOLDEN KAMUY, My Hero Academia, and Jujutsu Kaisen. Inside the store, autographs from the original creators of these series are also displayed. On the same floor as this Jump Shop, there is a Pokémon Center, making the area highly popular and crowded with anime merchandise fans. When the store gets too busy, there may be entrance restrictions, so it's advisable to visit during less crowded times, such as weekday mornings or evenings.

This store is directly connected to the Tokyo Skytree, making it easily accessible by public transportation. It's less than 30 minutes by subway from the city center. The Tokyo Skytree is crowded year-round, so if you're visiting the Skytree, it might be a good idea to stop by this Jump Shop. The shopping mall at Tokyo Skytree predominantly has souvenir shops geared towards tourists, and they don't usually carry anime merchandise.If you're interested in browsing a wider selection of anime and manga merchandise, not just at the Jump Shop, it would be recommended to visit Jump Shops in other areas, such as those in Shibuya or Tokyo Station.