I happened to be leafing through a copy of Used Jelly magazine (Jelly magazine’s offering to the vintage-loving fashionistas) the other day, when I saw they’d created the most awesome vintage shopping guides for Osaka, Daikanyama, Nakameguro, Harajuku and Shibuya. After much trial & error, I put on my 日本語 hat (with a little help from Samuel!) and decided to reproduce them here so non-Japanese speakers/readers could find them useful too!

First up are Daikanyama & Nakameguro:

Mother Lip; Good for: remade items, tops

Daikanyama Roshe; (http://roshe.jp) Good for: accessories, tops, bags

Vintage Dress Shop Alcatrock; (http://alcatrock.com) Good for: dresses, jumpsuits

Emma; (http://emma.web.infoseek.co.jp) Good for: dresses, remade items

Furugiya seven Daikanyama; (http://www.rakuten.co.jp/furugiya7/) Good for: t-shirts, shoes, jackets

Boop-poop-a-doop; (http://boop-poop-a-doop.ocnk.net/) Good for: accessories, bags

Photos; (http://photos-vintage.ocnk.net/) Good for: remade ietms, dresses, bags

Poiz; (http://www.rakuten.co.jp/poiz) Good for: tops, accessories, bottoms

Dept East; (http://www.dept.jp/) Good for: dresses, tunics

Carboots; Good for: antiques, lace & buttons, bags

2nd-Boom; Good for: old, new and remade items

Vini Vini; Good for: accessories, bags, dresses

Full Up; (http://fullup.cart.fc2.com/) Good for: blouses, t-shirts, denim

Long Beach Daikanyama; Good for: dresses, accessories, t-shirts

Loop; Good for: men’s clothing

Soap Opera; Good for: clothes, shoes, accessories

Eat; Good for: t-shirts, shoes

Pinacolada; (http://www.pinatokyo.com/) Good for; women’s clothing, acessories

Ever Green; (http://ameblo.jp/evergreen2007/) Good for: men’s clothing, dresses

H; (http://jumpinjapflash.com/) Good for: remade items, tops, bottoms

Que Barbaro!; (http://info.quebarbaro.com/) Good for: dresses, tops

Amurica; (http://www.amurica.jp) Good for: cutsews, skirts, bags

Telepathy Route; (http://www.telepa.com/) Good for: tunics, t-shirts, shoes

Zool Brocante; (http://www.zool.jp) Good for: bags, accessories, shoes

N’est-ce pas?; Good for: antiques, dresses, traditional Japanese clothing

Alberto; (http://www.alberto.co.jp) Good for: dresses, skirts, t-shirts

I’ll be posting the other guides over the next few days, so keep your eyes open!

*** Full credit to Used Jelly magazine for doing the leg-work in the first place – well worth checking out this publication for more detail on the shops and great remake ideas.


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