Arrived in Thailand and I visited 2 places first (MBK & Central World). Both are malls but one (MBK) had (past tense as that is no longer the case) a very Otaku-centric floor dedicated to Japanese knick nacks and kitsch.
The only thing left in MBK is a maid cafe and animate (which had gashapon machines).
Central World has a Toys R Us which are not closed overseas and this one had a ton of gashapon machines!
It also has a Japanese bookstore with current/old manga and magazines.
I am pretty sure some of these stores have branches in the U.S.
I bought a Kamen Rider Sofubi magazine from Japan and a Weekly Shonen Jump Kinnikuman Special released last year; I had been meaning to buy it but because of shipping, O just kept putting off (the prices are pretty much the same as in Japan) so it was practical to buy it in person.
I also watched Deadpool 2 and it was apparently "movie day" in Bangkok and I paid about 5 EUR for a ticket. Here Deadpool is rated: 15+ !!!
Edited by kayfabe1985, 16 May 2018 - 10:28 AM.