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We used to love going inside the Trocadero, get a few goodies, from the Anime shop to the other little boutiques and the gaming arcade. It was a shame to see that it is shut and the only things opened are the tourist trap souvenir...More
There are a few small tourist shops still open in the entrance passage but the main event is now shut. Don't make a special journey unless you wanted to go to one of the 8 or so small stores that are there. Lots of other...More
I used to go here a lot a few years ago, loving every second there in the arcades and watching movies at the cinema. It was like paradise, so much that I visited with my whole family for my birthday and it was a great...More
I took my 6 year old son to visit the trocadero as it was a place I spent many a day enjoying the games and rides of segaworld and the various arcades and shops but when I walked in the main entrance I was shocked....More
The idea of the Trocadero is to collect both shops, entertainment (gaming halls with arcade machines) and some eateries - the focus has always been on teenagers and when the place has felt like most ok, it has been likened to a large 'bubble gum'!...More
A very disappointing place. It seems to be aimed mainly at the tourist trade, with little to offer in the way of something worth seeing. It is not worth the time going. Surely something better could be done with this site.
The Trocadero used to be a great place. Great location with great shops, boutiques and stalls and open 'til silly o'clock. Sadly, over the years it has slowly (and surprisingly) declined into the big white elephant that it is today.
How can such a great...More
Only several shops remain open in the main foyer.... Most importantly TOKYO TOYS!
I reviewed the trocadero last autumn and it really was the pits :(
But something is happening... Hotel??
But yes TOKYO TOYS IS OPEN!! and another anime shop next to it too!!...More
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