Antiques Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Grimoire Almadel
    Shopping
    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
    Shopping
    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
    Shopping
    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.
  • Ryokuen
    Shopping
    Tokyo Taito-ku Asakusa 6-41-9
  • Northwest-antiques
    Shopping
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Nishiogikita 4-18-6
  • ALLU
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 5-3-14
  • Umino silk Load Ginza Five
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-1 destination Ginza Five 2F
  • Sakae Hayashido Ginza Five
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku
  • Yuka Sato Ginza Five
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku
  • Gallery Toida Ginza Ginza Five
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-1 destination Ginza Five 2F
  • CROA Ginza Five
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku
  • sfsANTIQUE
    Shopping
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Meguro 2-9-5 sfsANTIQUE 1-2F
  • VINTAGEQOOTOKYO
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku
  • Antique Tay
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Uchisaiwaichou 1-chome 1-1
  • Myodo
    Shopping
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Yushima 3-34-11
  • Antiquities Furu Sue Kiku
    Shopping
    Tokyo Taito-ku Matsugaya 1-5-6
  • Rendez-vousdebrocante
    Shopping
    Tokyo Ome-shi Nagabuchi 8-125
  • MANSIKKA
    Shopping
    Tokyo Ome-shi Tomioka 2-538-1
  • GROWTON
    Shopping
    Tokyo Ome-shi Honcho 151-3 Asuka Heights 1F
  • STRANGE LOVE/M VenusFort
    Shopping
    Tokyo Koto-ku Aomi 1-3-15 VenusFort 2F

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