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Secondhand Shops to Furnish Your Home.

With most people moving to Japan for a short time, it makes sense to buy secondhand or recycle near new household items if leaving, along with it being more environmentally friendly. If you're looking to furnish your home on a budget or simply want to add some unique and eco-friendly pieces to your decor, second-hand recycle shops are a great option. These shops specialise in selling gently used household items, from furniture to kitchenware to home decor. In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the most popular second-hand recycle shops in Tokyo, with brief descriptions and links to their websites.



  1. Eco-mall: This shop in Shinjuku is a great place to find gently used furniture, kitchenware, and home decor. They also have a small selection of new and upcycled items.

  2. Second Street: This shop in Shibuya specialises in vintage and retro furniture, as well as home decor and kitchenware. They have a wide variety of items, from mid-century modern to traditional Japanese.

  3. Greenwill: This shop in Setagaya has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware. They also have a small selection of new and upcycled items.

  4. Upcycle: This shop in Nakameguro has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware. As well as a small selection of new and upcycled items.

  5. Recycle Shop: This shop in Kichijoji has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware. They also have a small selection of new and upcycled items.

  6. Second Hand: This shop in Jiyugaoka has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware. With a selection of new and upcycled items.

  7. Eco-Furniture: This shop in Ikebukuro has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware. They also have a small selection of new and upcycled items.

  8. Green furniture: This shop in Kinshicho has a wide selection of gently used furniture, home decor, and kitchenware.


These are just a few of the many second-hand recycle shops in Tokyo. Keep in mind that hours and inventory can vary, so it's always a good idea to check the store's website or social media before visiting. Happy shopping and contributing to sustainable living!


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