f you’re passionate about thrifting and eager to explore Tokyo’s thriving secondhand scene, look no further! Here are the top 10 thrift stores in Tokyo where you can discover your perfect #OOTD. Whether you’re hunting for vintage treasures or seeking unique pieces to elevate your style, these thrift stores offer a diverse selection of clothing and accessories to suit every taste and budget. So, get ready to embark on a thrifting adventure through Tokyo’s eclectic fashion landscape!

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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, offering high-quality designer and vintage items, along with unique and trendy clothing, shoes, and accessories. With over 250 stores across Japan, they showcase an impressive variety, including brands like WTAPS, Supreme, and Forty Percent Against Rights. Their prices are unbeatable, with pieces starting from just US$5, slashed by 80% off the retail price. Plus, their stores are refreshed with new items and collections every week, ensuring that customers never get bored and are always eager to stop by

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

2. Don Don Down on Wednesday

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Derived from the Japanese onomatopoeic word “don don,” which mimics the sound of something steadily dropping, Don Don lives up to its name by dropping prices every Wednesday! Don Don is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking unique pieces at incredibly affordable prices. If you’re looking for crazy affordable prices on unique pieces, this is the place 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 is a must on your itinerary. Thrifters will find top brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Fear of God (FOG) at 30% off their original prices. New York Joe Exchange not only offers apparel for sale but also accepts your items for trade-in, giving you 60% of the original price in credits. These credits can then be used in-store to purchase items.

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

4. Kinji 

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Thrifters here can find apparel of any size, gender, or style, all at cheap and affordable prices. While big-name brands may not be readily available, if you search in the deepest corners, you’ll uncover treasures like Christian Dior, Issey Miyake, and more for less than ¥1,000 (~USD6.83).

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


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An American-inspired vintage outlet, Flamingo ranks at the top when searching for the “best vintage clothing in Japan.” Flamingo offers a diverse selection of pieces catering to “old-school” styles from the 1950s to the present, all at reasonable prices. Their footwear collection is particularly noteworthy, featuring brands like Dr. Martens, Grenson, and L.L. Bean.

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

6. Boy 

As an iconic Tokyo fashion destination, Boy excels in curating some of the finest Japanese labels and music-related merchandise from past years. Whether you’re in search of classic old-school sneakers, authentic vintage band tees, or a one-of-a-kind piece by a Japanese fashion legend, you’ll likely find it here. Plus, it’s affordable, with tops starting at just ¥2,000.

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

7. Bazzstore 

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Bazzstore, much like 2nd Street, is a perfect destination for streetwear enthusiasts, featuring brands such as Supreme, Champion, and HYSTERIC GLAMOUR. The best time to score discounts here is after every season! And with not just one, but 13 stores scattered all over Tokyo, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.

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, making the chances of spotting limited-edition pieces extremely high. However, expect elevated prices, averaging around ¥10,000 (~USD68.31) per item. From Japanese labels like Bape and RAGEBLUE to luxury brands like Prada and Miu Miu, you’ll find them all right here!

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

9. Komehyo

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New and pre-owned collections spanning eight FLOORS! Here, you can discover all your coveted luxury brands at half the original price. This megastore is dedicated to branded and luxurious clothing, shoes, watches, accessories, and more. Fashion brands like Louis Vuitton, Issey Miyake, Prada, Rolex, and many others await you here.

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

10. Stick Out 

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Stick Out is the go-to store if you’re on a very strict budget, with everything priced at just 700 yen! However, don’t expect to find luxury brands or expensive items here. Stick Out is known for its affordable prices and budget-friendly selection.

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 thrift stores, which are totally worth visiting.
Now, you’ll be rocking the perfect #OOTD for your adventures in Japan!

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