Household Goods / Daily Necessities Spots in Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / Nakano Area

  • Free Design[Import Northern Europe/Design]
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujihonchou 2-18-22F
    A select shop built around the concept of “quality living” carrying a carefully assembled array of lifestyle goods and tableware from northern and central Europe, the United States, Japan, and other countries around the world. Offering a wide selection of highly original items, with a focus on ease of use and design, the shop also sells products from such popular brands as Marimekko and Hakusan Porcelain. The closest station is Kichijoji Station.
  • 36 Sublo
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujihonchou 2-4-16 Hara Building 2F
    A stationery shop located in fashionable Kichijoji. Focusing on standard Japanese stationery goods, the shop also carries retro-style stationery as well as stationery products from overseas. The shop's wooden shelves are lined with a variety of intriguing and retro stationery items. 36 Sublo also creates its own original products, and its paper products and seals with warm, handwriting-like fonts are particularly popular. The Kokonotana gallery inside the shop is used to hold small events and display pieces by artists working in a variety of genres.
  • Hyakunen
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujihonchou 2-2-10 Murata Building 2F
    Relaxing second-hand book store in Kichijoji Honcho. Not just a second-hand book store where you can buy and sell books, but a place for the community where they sell individually published indie-works, hold talks, and have photo exhibitions. Pick up a points card that earns you one point for every 500 yen. Get a bonus point if it's raining. Second-hand books can even be ordered from their website.
  • COTSWOLDS (Kichijoji Shop)
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujihonchou 4-13-2
    This import variety shop is located in the Kichijoji Nakamichi-dori Shopping Arcade in Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino City. They sell British vintage goods such as crockery and tableware, clothing, stamps, rubber ducks, and Beatles memorabilia.
  • Nomad Books (Tabinohonya Nomado)
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Nishiogikita 3-12-10 BUILDING 1F
    This is the only bookstore in Japan dedicated to travel. This bookstore was created to allow people to experience travel through books, and to stir up one's imagination for traveling. Conceptually envisioned around the word, travel, it houses a large variety of periodicals and books of multiple genres that relate to travel. It also carries rare old books and merchandise only sold here. The bookshelves are arranged by genre, so that both new books and old books are mixed together, and books by the same author are arranged together, which makes it easy to find books on the subject of your interest. They also sell a variety goods with that inspires that travel.
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Nakano Main Store
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Minamidai 5-24-13
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Nakano
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Nakano 2-10-11
  • Home improvement center Kohnan Mitaka
    Tokyo Mitaka-shi Nozaki 3-7-12
  • Don Quijote Kannana Honancho
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Honan 1-28-3
  • Olympic Taka Ido
    Tokyo Suginami Takaidohigashi 3-21-17
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 3-26-4
  • Don Quijote Higashi 8 Mitaka
    Tokyo Mitaka-shi Nozaki 1-24
  • SuperValue Suginami Takaido
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Shimo-takaido 5-12-12
  • LoFt KICHIJOJI ( Kichijoji LOFT )
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Musashino Kichijoji Honcho 1-10-1
  • Don Quijote Kichijoji Ekimae
    Tokyo Musashino-shi Kichijoji Minamicho 1-9-1
  • Don Quijote Nakano Ekimae
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Nakano 5-68-5
  • Don Quijote Shimo-Kitazawa
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 2-chome 3-6
  • VILLAGE VANGUARD Shimo Kitazawa
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 2-10-15 Marche Shimo-Kitazawa 1F
  • The Daiso Nakanosakaue
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Honcho 2-chome 28-ban 11-101-go
  • Don Quijote Ogikubo Ekimae
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Amanuma 3-2-8

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