Senior editor Wayne Cunningham hits the legendary gadget district in Japan in search of weird and wonderful electronics.
While in Japan for the 2007 Tokyo auto show, we took a trip through Akihabara, Japan's world-famous district of electronics shops. Akihabara includes shops tiny and large, selling everything from computers to transistors. It's an electronics wonderland.
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