Antiques Spots in Japan

  • 3DAYS
    3 Reviews
    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Honchou 2-9-171F
    “3DAYS” is the only agent in Japan dealing in the silver jewelry brand representing California “EXEX” and is a shop full of fun sundries such as original items and bags as well as interior and antique items. The shop also accepts catalog orders for other than over-the-counter products, and can also offer advice for gifts and interior consultation. It is a four minute walk from the Hirose-dori Station on the Namboku subway line.


  • Pro Antiques COM
    1 Reviews
    Kyoto Kyoutoshi Nakagyou-ku Higashikatachou 616 Com House 01/02
    Pro Antiques COM is located in Nakagyo Ward, five minutes' walk from Oike Station on the Kyoto Metro. It specializes in antiques, and deals in Japanese tableware, including old pottery and lacquerware; interior furnishings, and miscellaneous items. It also sells antiques suitable for everyday use and attracts many foreign tourists.


    Fukuoka Pref. Kitakyushushimojiku Minatomachi 3-26
    A knickknacks shop located in Minato-machi, Moji Ward, Kitakyushu City, an area filled with stylish establishments. Operating out of a renovated atmospheric old building, the shop is stocked with attractive and intriguing antiques, knickknacks, and furniture gathered by the owner in the UK.
  • Grimoire Almadel
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-17-3 Kanan Sun Building 2F
    The second location of Grimoire, a vintage clothing select shop. Unlike the original Grimoire, which resembles a secret hideaway, Grimoire Almadel boasts the largest floor space of any Grimoire shop. The shop's theme is the collection room of an old-fashioned explorer. The atmosphere of the spacious shop resembles that of a wild forest. Grimoire Almadel's broad selection of vintage items carefully selected by skilled buyers spans items easy for even vintage clothing beginners to integrate into their wardrobes all the way to rare, sought-after vintage pieces. This is also the only Grimoire shop to carry vintage wedding dresses, original headdresses, and select imported items.
  • Takenokodo
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Matsugaya 3-17-13
    A curio and antique shop located an 11 minute walk from Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. The stately shop, built with reused wood, stands along the Kappabashi Kitchenware Town near Tokyo's downtown Asakusa area. The owner has over 20 years of experience buying and selling antiques, and here you'll find curios, antique art, paintings, calligraphic works, wall scrolls, Chinese art, tea implements, precious stones and metals, and more. A wide selection of curios and antiques are displayed on the shop's sales floor for shoppers to peruse. Particularly stunning is the shop's abundant array of iron kettles from the late Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods. The shop also has a tea room visitors can view.
  • tou tou
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 1-24-1
    tou tou is an antique sundries store in Jiyugaoka. The tou tou space, displaying various antique sundries, has a simplicity that is reminiscent of olden days. They deal primarily in baskets and containers made of rattan. They also offer garden sundries, kitchen items, and stationery goods. Much of their merchandise is from France, Italy, Germany or other European countries.
  • Taishokan
    Ibaraki Koga-shi Honcho 2-2-6
    An antique shop in Hon-machi2-Chome, Koga City. Run out of a 70-year-old traditional wooden minka house, they sell a variety of antiques and antique art that give a feel for the good old days. Items include antique ceramics, mingu folk tools, dressers, glass items, lacquerware, lamps, phonographs, paintings, etc.
  • Folkcrafts Kuratsubo
    Gifu Takayama-shi Kamiichinomachi 8-1
    An antique shop located about 15 minutes from the Takayama Interchange on the Chubu Jukan Expressway. Its old-fashioned facade is reminiscent of historic Takayama. It sells Hida Takayama antiques including folk crafts, items for everyday use, art, and more. Everyone from local restaurants to traditional homes nationwide shop here for their interior decor. They've shipped items abroad too, including an all-cypress door with fine wooden lattice work, a Japanese zelkova chest of drawers, and a large Imari ceramic bowl. They also take orders for 30 - 70 centimeter sugitama, the cedar twig balls that hang under the eaves of sake breweries.
  • Umwelt
    Style / Fashion
    Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Nakagyo-ku Yoshikawa-dori Miyuki Cho Nishi Tamaki cho 588-1
    This select variety shop is on Ebisugawa-dori Street in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City. They sell antique furniture, vessels, accessories, and more from Japan and Europe. The shop owner lived in Denmark at one point and makes trips abroad to purchase a wide variety of interior decor and other items, ranging in style from retro to contemporary.
  • Antique belle
    Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Nakagyo-ku Elder sister Small Road Moriyuki cho Higashima Maruya cho 334
    Antique belle is an antique shop located about five minutes' walk from Shiyakusho-mae Station on the Kyoto Metro in Nakagyo Ward. It handles a wide array of products, including curios, antique furniture, paintings, and toys. Inside the cafe-like shop, a favorite destination for those who love antiques, customers find carefully selected, distinctive merchandise bought from private homes.
  • Sankakuya
    Gifu Pref. Tajimishi Honmachi 6-10-1
    This antique shop has white outer walls and tiled eaves that have a retro feel. The store is on Honmachi Oribe Street, heading from Tajimi City’s Honmachi 6-Chome intersection towards Tajimibashi Bridge. They mostly sell daily items and antiques like dishes and cups used in the 1950s. Prices are reasonable, and they also have items that will surprise you. They’re only open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 to 5:00 pm, so it’s a good shop to visit when sightseeing on the weekend.
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Yamanashi Pref. Minamitsurugunyamanakakomura Hirano 481-1
    This quiet and relaxed cafe and sundries shop just for adults on the shore of Lake Yamanaka lies off the beaten path. It offers items such as dried flowers and antique goods, as well as a selection of cakes which are also available as takeout. Children under the age of 10 years old are not welcome here.
  • Onoshita Breakwater
    Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Aji Cho 652-3
    This breakwater was used as a shooting location in the 200 film “Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.” The scene filmed here, one of the movie’s most impactful, featured main characters Saku and Aki talking with each other as they watched the setting sun. Jutting out into the sea, the breakwater is caressed by the gentle breezes of Seto and is stunningly scenic on clear days. Sometimes couples can be seen sitting on the breakwater around sunset talking with each other in a reenactment of the movie scene. Also known as a great fishing spot, on weekends many fishing-lovers come here.
  • Gypsy Flower
    Osaka Kaizuka-shi Ishizai 495-1
    This select interior decorations boutique is located in Ishizai, Kaizuka City. The shop sells antique and vintage interior items purchased from France and other countries in Europe. The shop also carries modern interior decorations and fashion items by both domestic and international brands.
  • magnets
    Style / Fashion
    Osaka Osaka-shi Chuo-ku Nishishinsaibashi 2-12-22 Asahi Plaza Shinsaibashi 103-go
    This vintage shop has been in business for over 22 years and is aimed at adults. The shop imports and sells high quality items almost never seen in Japan, such as antique knickknacks, accessories, furniture, and vintage clothing discovered in little-known spots across America.
  • ANTIQUEMIKE America-mura Store
    Osaka Osaka-shi Chuo-ku Nishishinsaibashi 2-18-16
    This huge store carries American knickknacks and toys. The spacious establishment is packed with toys and vintage items gathered from the United States and other locations around the world. In addition, it is the flagship store operated by the Mike International company and accordingly serves up the latest trends. The company has also concluded a licensing deal for the Lee Jeans mascot Buddy Lee and makes its own original regular and hooded sweatshirts and other clothing featuring the character.
  • Le Grand Tresor
    Hyogo Ashiya-shi Nishiyamacho 1-8
    This boutique is situated in front of Ashiyagawa Station. Modeled after a corner select boutique in Paris, the shop sells antiques purchased in France and Belgium. Here you can find things like lace, tableware, interior decorations, and fragrances.
    8 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Asahikawa-shi Nanajo Tori 8-2

    love the old Japanese - Scandinavian style here. located at a tranquil area, nice wood furniture. they serve coffee and pancakes.

  • Antique Market Fukiage
    2 Reviews
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Chikusa-ku Chikusatori 7-24


  • Kottofujisho
    Gifu Pref. Hashimashi Fukujuchou Hirakata 1-23

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