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Jan 12, 2016

Second hand stores in Osaka

What good Second hand stores do you know in or around the Osaka area. While the -Off places are good and all, what I'm really looking for is the medium sized ones that seem like they have some uncovered treasure...

Kasajizo

Kasajizo

European living the Japanese dream in Kansai

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  • DaveJpn

    on Jan 13

    Have you tried the Nakazaki-cho area, maybe around 10 mins walk from Umeda station? I've heard there a lot of small stores around there that could be good for turning up some treasure.

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  • Yuju

    on Jan 12

    How about ウンコちゃん. This is not joke. Store called ウンコちゃん. http://www.unkochan.com/ Famouse store. :)

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  • Tomuu

    on Jan 14

    How about マンガ倉庫, manga soukou? About half way between Osaka and Kyoto. Web: http://mangasouko-takatsuki.com/

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  • Judith

    on Mar 15

    Nakazakicho does have some good stores, but they tend to be really pricey. I've found KINJI to be the closest thing to thrift stores in the US. It's in the Big Step building in Amemura.

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  • Genryuu111

    on Mar 30

    Really depends on the kind of stuff you want to buy, if you're interested in manga, games, figures and such, Mandarake (one in Umeda and one in Amemura, around Nanba) is really nice, good prices and a lot of stuff to choose from :)

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