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Books in English

I look for English books at the Kinokuniya Book Store in Shinjuku, right next to Takashimaya Times Square. The have a large selection, including new releases, best sellers, and classics. It's also a great place to find books and flashcards to learn Japanese.

http://www.kinokuniya.co.jp/contents/pc/store/Shinjuku-South-Store/shopinfo.html

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