Books Kinokuniya is located in the heart of the Sydney CBD, with over 300,000 titles in store, we stock one of Sydney's largest ranges of books including, Manga, graphic novels, art and design books, cook books, travel books and children's literature.
Titles are available in English, Japanese, German, ...read more
Kinokuniya have an AMAZING range of books. Some books are slightly pricer than in other stores but that can be expected because alot of books are imported directly from Japan and other countries. Their Japanese section is very extensive and amazing!
This place is great. I am really surprised (happily surprised!) that it is located in the inner city - especially so close to the giant Dymocks. I think the reason this place does so well is because it caters to a niche market. Their special interst (think Magna, Graphic Novels e.t.c.) range is second to none and something to be admired. Just having a browse is a fantasticread more
If you're after a book and ask me where to go, I will point you to the top of The Galleries. This is not just your ordinary bookstore where people browse quietly and then go their merry way, this is a book store which brings reading to life. Sure there are kids running around, but there are also adults loving life here. They have a broad range of international books, comicsread more
This is my favourite bookstore, they always have stock for comics books that are sold out everywhere else, like Serenty, Plus for my 3ds, it is a good place to get street pass. It is also the place I saw loki (tom hiddleston) It was a goo dexperience seeing girls scream just because he said Hello. I also Had lots of fun free comic book days there.
Argh, the love I have for Kinokuniya is just overwhelming. They have such a great selection of books and there's nerdy stuff everywhere. There's an extensive range of manga (both English and Japanese) even having some hard-to-get titles. Similarly they have anime dvds, pop figurines, cool adventure time stuff, really awesome graphic and art books, realread more
I wish I were born here. I wish I lived here. I am going to get married here. I'm going to die in this place. Then, I want to be buried in here or have my ashes scattered through the vents so I can touch every book ever. Then, when I go to heaven, it will just be this place but with unlimited books. LOVE kinokuniya... but who doesn't?