Kinokuniya has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Culture Japan - Your portal to Japan - Posts' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Kinokuniya had the highest popularity figure in March last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] issue at the following retailers; 7Eleven, Borders, Cold Storage, Hamleys, Jason’s Food Hall, Kinokuniya, Mercato, MPH Bookstores, myNEWS.com, Pansing, POPULAR, RadioShack, Times and WHSmith. It is [...]
[...] from the shelf. The two of them like to shop every once and a while at the downtown branch of Kinokuniya, a stationery and literature megastore roughly equivalent to a Japanese Barnes & Noble, [...]
[...] can find their famous strawberry watermelon cake at their Newton outlet or their new outlet in Kinokuniya CBD (opposite QVB Building). The cake is very pretty and Instagrammable. Operating Hours ( [...]
[...] mega malls entertainment is in full bloom here. You will find a 16 screen paragon Cineplex, kinokuniya bookstore and a host of gourmet restaurants for enjoying a delicious snack. Siam World Aquarium; [...]
[...] Christmas Sophie received this packaging of clay charms from Santa which I think he go from Kinokuniya in Siam Paragon. It comes together with clay, some metal charm bracelets, charms loops, some [...]
[...] Pages in Darlinghurst is the go-to specialist for graphic design books and magazines and Kinokuniya in the CBD is an enormous Japanese bookstore that stocks over 300,000 titles of manga, graphic [...]
[...] CANADA AMAZON UK AMAZON GERMANY AMAZON INDIA AMAZON BRAZIL BOOK DEPOSITORY (Free shipping) KINOKUNIYA (Singapore/SE Asia) BOOKTOPIA (Australia) Thanks again! – Gav P.S. Below is my process of [...]
[...] -pack for beer cans and countless other wrapping styles, from a selection of books available at Kinokuniya bookstore in San Francisco’s Japantown. After learning the basic knots, you may even be [...]