Nishi-Ogikubo Antique Shops




The area around the four main roads that cross at the Zenpukuji river is home to around 55 antiques, second-hand and ‘recycle’ shops. These sell everything from Japanese ceramics to 1950s American memorabilia. Take the station’s north exit, stop at the koban (police box) and ask for a copy of the ‘antikku mappu’.



Transport Nishi-Ogikubo station (Chuo, Sobu lines), north exit.

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