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Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu – 200+ Brands

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu in Chiba is supposedly the largest outlet in Japan with over 250 stores and restaurants. It is also very convenient via bus and car if you live in central Tokyo. Makes a great shopping day trip with friends. They have a very well organised English website with a detailed shop guide and directions on how to get to the outlets. I did all my holiday shopping in a few hours and enjoyed a leisurely lunch in the huge food court. All the Japanese and foreign brands from kids clothing, sporting goods to home items are available at Mitsui Outlets. Since many of the customers are foreigners, they also seem to carry many larger sizes in shoes and apparel. I will be returning soon to buy new spring and summer clothes for my every growing children.Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu, Chiba

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu, Chiba

If you have a car just drive over the AquaLine and take the first exit to the Outlets (about 45-60 mins depending on traffic), toll cost per normal size car is 3,000 yen or 2,300 yen with an ETC. The bus from Tokyo, Shinagawa, Kawasaki or Tokyo station is the next most convenient method. The bus takes about 60 mins and costs 2,060 yen per customer Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu, Chibaround trip. You can take the train from central Tokyo, but you
need to change trains once and then take a bus from the nearest station to the outlets, all this takes over 90 mins.

The Mitsui Outlets are also very child-friendly offering many free and convenient services.

  • Lending of Baby StrollersLending of Baby Strollers. Lending of baby strollers is available at two locations: the Information Desk and near the North Gate.
  • There are four Nursing Rooms with hot water available for making formula.
  • 授乳室Every bathroom area has diaper changing tables for children one month – 2.5 years. There are also parent children shared bathrooms offered in every bathroom area.

If you drive over the Aqua Line make sure you stop at the rest stop in the middle of the Aqua Line at the Umihotaru reststop. You can catch a great sunset if clear which will outline Fuji-san across the bay. There is a Starbucks and other restaurants, so park for free and relax before heading home.  Umihotaru means “sea firefly” wUmihotaru Rest Stophich is a creative name since this artificial island is a glowing connection point between the tunnel portion of the Aqualine and the bridge part. The AquaLine open in 1997 and is a 15-kilometers (9.3 miles) long. It takes about 15-20 mins to cross the Aqua Line if no traffic.

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu Details
Address: 3-1-1 Kaneda-Higashi, Kisarazu-shi, Chiba
Hours:  Shops 10:00-20:00, Restaurants 11:00-21:00, Food Court 10:30-21:00
Access: http://www.31op.com/kisarazu/english/access/
Website: English website http://www.31op.com/kisarazu/english/

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu, Chiba


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