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Had a lot of trouble finding getting to this market (combination of location, maps and GPS) but found more than I could take home in my couple of suitcases to take home. Reasonable bargaining was fine and smile and a little Japanese goes a long...More
Most of the stuff is junk. Not trash, but junk. Some antiques. Emphasis on "some". It's a giant flea market and there are bargains to be found. Some owners will barter and chat, others are rude and don't want foreigners around. Glad we did it...More
I took the Tokyo Monorail line and alighted at Oi keibajo mae Station. It was a short walk to this flea market, free admission. Though the stated opening hours are weekends 0900 hr to 1500 hr, it is recommended to visit in the morning.
We arrived at noon (this Saturday market opens at 9am and closes at 3pm). Some sellers had their vehicles parked with their goods set out by their vehicles. Others took the trouble to display their wares on tables. A few sellers put little effort into...More
A very large, mostly under cover flea market which has just about everything for sale. From second hand clothes to samurai swords. Car wheels to carpentry equipment. Shoes, hats, art, jewelry, cameras, watches electronics to name but a few.
Fast food, Japanese style, is also...More
This flea market is easily accessible from the Oikeibajo-mae station on the Tokyo Monorail line. The flea market is huge – there are hundreds of vendors and even a few food vendors if you get hungry along the way. Keep in mind it is a...More
Tokyo has several flea markets, but the one at Oi Keibajo is my favourite. It is open every weekend with the exception of rainy days and when there is horse racing at the race course here.
The Flea Market is free to enter and very...More
I love exploring markets. You never know what you are going to find in a big flea market....yes, there is some junk but in with all that there is plenty of interests, age and quality
Easy to get to we spent a happy couples hours...More
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.