The best flea markets in Tokyo

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If Tokyo is the city of fashion, luxury, and shopping, it also has a huge market for vintage goods. Thus, vintage, second-hand shops, especially flea markets are popular and found throughout the capital!

Tokyo City Flea Market

 

Also called " Ohi Racecourse Flea Market ", this large flea market is undoubtedly one of the best known in the capital.

Located south of the Shinagawa district, it brings together several hundred stands offering second-hand products of all kinds: clothing, decoration, tableware, toys and figurines, leather goods, perfumes, books and CDs, electronics... and many more. others. The majority of the stands are installed in a covered lot.

It is also possible to eat on the go thanks to the street food stands scattered on the premises.

  • Hours: Held most weekends, 9 am to 3 pm

  • Address : 1-6-26 Katsushima, Shinagawa, Tokyo

  • Access: Oikebajo or Tachiaigawa station

Marché aux puces

Flea market stand

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Oedo Antique Market

 

The very famous flea market Oedo Antique Market is held alternately in two different places in the capital, either on the esplanade near the stadiums in Yoyogi Park or at the Tokyo International Forum.

This flea market created in 2003 is very famous for its antique pieces, statues, dishes, furniture, etc. 250 exhibitors, often professional antique dealers, take advantage of this flea market atmosphere.

  • Hours: 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, 9 am to 4 pm.

  • Tokyo International Forum - Address: 3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo - Access: JR Yamanote or Yurakucho line, Yurachuko stop

  • Yoyogi - Address: Yoyogi Park Keyak i-Namiki Jinnan 2 choume, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo - Access : Harajuku station

The Oedo Antique Market, which opened in 2003, is a busy place every first and third Sunday of the month.

The Oedo Antique Market, inaugurated in 2003, is a very busy place every first and third Sunday of the month.

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Mottainai Flea Market

 

A joyful bric-a-brac, in a relaxed atmosphere. The founding goal of this flea market is to reduce waste by highlighting the second-hand market.

Clothes, books, CDs... you will find everything at very good prices in this itinerant market, in the location that changes regularly.

  • Hours: at least one weekend per month, 10 am to 4 pm.

  • Address: consult the place of the organization via this access to the calendar. "月" denotes the month, "日" the day. Click on the links in blue to consult the addresses of the places.

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Flea market in Tokyo

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Shinjuku Chuo Park Flea Market

 

Located west of the administrative buildings in the Shinjuku district, this large flea market is all about vintage. It is located in Shinjuku Chuo Park, also called Shinjuku Central Park, a ten-minute walk from the huge Shinjuku station.

Some 200 stalls are to be browsed (especially for clothes) within the park, which makes it a very pleasant market for a walk. The Shinjuku Chuo Flea Market is authentic and frequented only by non-professional vendors.

 

  • Hours: 9 am to 4 pm, once to three times a month

  • Address : Shinjuku Central Park 2-11 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku

  • Access : Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku central park

Shinjuku Central Park

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Akihabara UDX Flea Market

 

Attention otakus! In the heart of the famous geek district of Akihabara, a small specialized flea market is held once a week, under the tracks of the Yamanote line.

About forty stands offer for sale everything related to the geek universe, manga, and anime: figurines, manga, playing cards, posters, costumes... etc.

 

  • Opening hours: every Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays, from 11 am to 6 pm.

  • Address: 4-14-1, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021 - on the first level of the UDX building

  • Access : Akihabara station

Akihabara marché

Akihabara flea market

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