Tokyo's best markets

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Tokyo's best markets

Yasukuni Jinja Flea Market

Good for
Anyone in love with quality kiln work

What, where and why
Locally known as a flea market, Yasukuni Jinja opens its grounds to antiques traders - pottery specialists in particular - on the third Sunday of every month. Space is limited, so the number of stalls is significantly smaller than the other markets on our list (approximately 150 pitches), but this results in a smaller crowd - ideal for bargain hunting fragile goods.

Next event: 5am-4pm, January 15
Yasukuni Jinja Flea Market map

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By Jon Wilks
Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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