Where to buy Raspberry Pi in Akihabara?

Updated: April 10, 2016

These are stores selling Raspberry Pi. Raspberry Pi 3 arrived in Akihabara.

Some people comment the latest information on the Japanese page. You should check this also!

Store Name (and web site) Address (and Google map) Pi1 A+ Pi1 B Pi1 B+ Pi2 B Pi3 B
Akizuki Densho 1-8-3 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo JPY 3,240 N/A JPY 5,000 JPY 5,600 Sold Out (JPY 6,200)
Sengoki Densyo Head Store 2F 1-8-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo JPY 3,500 N/A JPY 5,000 JPY 5,600 JPY 6,200
Marutsu Parts Store
Head Store
Akihabara Branch
3-10-10 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo
1-6-6 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo
N/A JPY 4,700 (5,076 incl. tax) JPY 4,700 (5,076 incl. tax) JPY 5,100 (5,508 incl. tax) JPY 5,741 (6,200 incl. tax)
Robot Center Akihabara Branch Uchida Building 4th floor, 1-9-9 Sotokanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo N/A N/A N/A JPY 5,929 N/A


Pi1 A+ Pi1 B Pi1 B+ Pi2 B Pi3 B
CPU 700 MHz 1 core 700 MHz 1 core 700 MHz 1 core 900 MHz 4 core 1200 MHz 4 core
USB 1 2 4 4 4
Storage microSD SD microSD microSD microSD
Wired LAN None 100Mbps 100Mbps 100Mbps 100Mbps
Wireless LAN None None None None IEEE 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
Bluetooth None None None None Bluetooth 4.1, Bluetooth Low Energy

Check Wikipedia for details.

I haven’t seen Compute Module or Pi Zero in Akihabara. Are they sold in stores?

If you are interested in this post, check all posts about Raspberry Pi. For example, I posted these articles.

  • A total beginner started to learn electronics with Raspberry Pi
    A cigarette-box-size computer Raspberry Pi “bridged” between my knowledge of computer science and electronics. More precisely, RasPi made me one of zombies that crowd around circuit boards and connectors. LOL
  • Electronics with Raspberry Pi Vol. 2
    I couldn’t understand what current, resistance and voltage meant, but having spent money (aka investment 😉 ), I’m getting to understand what they mean.
  • Tools I bought besides Raspberry Pi
    4 months have passed since I got a RasPi and started to learn electronics. As I study, I needed to buy many things including books, electronic parts and tools. Today I show you what tools I’ve bought besides RasPi.

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