Book Off is the largest secondhand bookstore chain in Japan. Book Off is part of the "Off" chain along with others like Mode Off and Hard Off. In addition to books, they also sell manga, CDs, DVDs, video games, video game consoles and mobile phones. The Book Off stores can be easily distinguished by their big orange logo and blue font.
Items you can sell to this Book Off store:
- Books (books, magazines, comics)
- CDs, records, DVDs, Blu-rays, games
- Mobile phones
- TVs / recorders, PCs / peripherals / home appliances, cameras / lenses, headphones / earphones / audio
- Kitchen appliances, living appliances, seasonal appliances, beauty appliances
The following reviews have been sourced from Google.
As a tourist the Bookoff in Akihabara is great! the selection was amazing and the prices were cheap. Staff were also very friendly and helpful despite my poor Japanese. Very happy picking up some cheap games, will be back. :)
Great selection of dvd books and manga. They have everything. Enjoy
One of my favorite Book-Off stores close to the JR Akihabara station. Great variety of magazines, books, comics, music CD, DVD, and games with cheaper prices!!! In addition, all products are clean and beautiful. Sometimes hard to believe it’s second-handed. They have also a tax-free service if you shop over 5000yen here. Shop workers are also kind and helpful. I will be back again!!!
Pretty good selection of games for the slightly more modern consoles. You’ll find a lot of PS5 and Switch games here among books and comics. That said, you can fid older stuff, like PSP and Vita, as well as DS.
Prices are decent. They seem higher here than in other Bookoff stores around the city, but that might be my imagination.
Overall a pretty good place of you want a new game to play. Less so for collectors of rare classics.
Very good selection of books, games, CD / DVD and more. Also many games for PS2 and earlier consoles.
I bought a Casiopea CD from 1982 for a good price. Would recommend visiting.