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Top 10 Thrift Stores in Tokyo where you can find the perfect #OOTD

Top 10 Thrift Stores in Tokyo where you can find the perfect #OOTD

If you’re a thrifter enthusiast and you want to check out the perfect thrift shops in Tokyo whilst you’re in the country, these are the best top 10 thrift stores in Tokyo you should visit for your perfect #OOTD!


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Thrift Stores in Tokyo

1. 2nd Street

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2nd STREET is your one of a kind second hand clothing store where you can find high quality designer and vintage items, unique and trendy clothing, shoes and accessories. With over 250 stores around Japan, an impressive variety is shown off including brands like WTAPS, Supreme, Forty Percent Against Rights. 80% of the retail price is cut and pieces are found just from US$5. Every week the stores are refreshed with new items and collections so customers can never get bored or tired of popping by the store. 

            4 Chome-26-4 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

2. Don Don Down on Wednesday

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Getting its name from the onomatopoeic Japanese word don don, which is the sound of something steadily dropping. Dropping is what their prices do every Wednesday! Don Don is a must-not-miss stop-off for anyone! If you want to find unique pieces on a crazy affordable price then this is where you need to be. 

2 Chome−35−14 2- レオパレス吉祥寺第2 Musashino, Kichijoji Honcho, Tokyo, 180-0004, Japan

3. New York Joe Exchange

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This shopping hotspot should be included in your itinerary. Thrifters here can find expensive brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Fear of God (FOG) for 30% off their original prices. New York Joe Exchange not only has apparel for sale but you can also bring in your own items to trade in for 60% credits of the original price. The credits then can also be used in store for items you would like to buy from New York Joe Exchange. 

1 Chome-20-4 Jinnan, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0041, Japan

4. Kinji 

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Thrifters here, can find any type of apparel regardless of size, sex, or style. Everything at cheap and affordable prices. Big-name brands won’t be frequently available but if you search in the deepest corners, you will be able to find brands like Christian Dior, Issey Miyake and more for less than ¥1,000 (~USD9.55). 

10 31, 4-chōme, Jingūmae Shibuya City, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan

Flamingo 

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This American-inspired vintage outlet, Flamingo, is a name you will find at the top when searching “best vintage Japan”. focusing on old-school style ranging from the 1950s right up to today, Flamingo keeps its prices reasonable and its selections are diverse. The footwear collection is especially noteworthy, collections of Dr. Martens, Grenson and L.L Bean. 

1f, 21 26, 2-chōme, Kitazawa Setagaya City, Tokyo, 155-0031, Japan

6. Boy 

Being an iconic Tokyo fashion scene, what this store is best at is collecting some of the best Japanese labels and music- related merch from years in the past. Whether you’re looking for classic old-school sneakers, legitimate vintage band tees or a one-off piece by a Japanese fashion legend, chances  are you’ll find it here at Boy.It’s affordable, too, with tops starting at just ¥2,000.

1-17 Maruyamachō, Shibuya-ku Tōkyō-to, 150-0044, Japan

7. Bazzstore 

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Bazzstore being similar to 2nd Street, also is a perfect store for streetwear enthusiasts. brands like Supreme, Champion, and HYSTERIC GLAMOUR. The best time for discounts here is after every season! There’s not only one store but 13, all over Tokyo! 

2 Chome−11−4 Setagaya City, Kitazawa, Tokyo, 155-003, Japan

8. Ragtag 

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Ragtag is supplied by a close-knit community of brand-conscious locals, so chances of spotting limited-edition pieces are extremely high. As such, expect elevated prices averaging at ¥10,000 (~USD95.84) per item. Japanese labels like Bape and RAGEBLUE to luxury brands like Prada and Miu Miu, all are available right here! 

   1 Chome-17-7 Jinnan, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0041, Japan

9. Komehyo

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New and pre-owned collections covering 8 FLOORS! Here you can find all your desired, expensive, luxury brands at just half price of the original price. This megastore is focused on branded and luxurious clothes, shoes, watches, accessories and more. You can find fashion brands like Louis Vuitton, Issey Miyake, Prada, Rolex and more. 

3-5-6, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan

10. Stick out 

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 Stick out is the store you need if you are stuck on a very strict budget. Everything just priced at 700 yen! However, you won’t be able to find luxury brands or expensive items here, if that’s what you’re looking for. 

14-16 2, 2-chōme, Kitazawa, 世田谷区 Setagaya City, Tokyo, 155-0031, Japan

Well, there you have it! Tokyo’s best, affordable and totally worth it, thrift stores. Now YOU will have the perfect #OOTD for your days spent in Japan. 

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Just like you, we are foreigners from all around the world.

When we first arrived in Tokyo, we all found this city to be overwhelming, not sure where to begin.

During the years that we have lived here in Japan, we have discovered and visited countless famous tourist attractions as well as unique and underground places.

We are now proud to say that we are experts of Japan and would love to share the knowledge with all of you!

 

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