BOOKOFF PLUS

1-chōme-5-16 Nanba, Chūō-ku, Osaka, 542-0076, Japan


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About Book Off

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.

Store Information

BOOK OFF Plus can be found in Namba Ebisubashi-Suji Shopping Street alongside a bunch of other food stores, arcades and clothing stores. The store features multiple levels where you can find books, games as well as secondhand and vintage clothing. The range in this store is incredible, as BOOKOFF stores usually have the most clothing come through. Pricing of clothing can be as cheap as 500¥ and as expensive as 10,000¥.

Reviews

The following reviews have been sourced from Google.

Jayde

Jayde

It's pretty good place if you are looking for used stuffs of any kind. It's huge and almost have every thing you looking for. Best if you are a tourist or have a tourist with you to get the 8% tax exempt.
Endigo

Endigo

Huge store, great if you're looking for anything pop culture related.
Dean Mejos

Dean Mejos

Definitely a go-to place for used things that can only be found in Japan. You need time to take it all in because the sheer amount of things you can find can be a bit overwhelming if you're planning a quick stop. Prepare your wallets 🙂
Sigrid Staunton

Sigrid Staunton

Have visited here on 2 separate holidays in japan and I highly recommend popping in if you're in the area. Their 200 yen area has amazing bargains with many high quality clothes for less than the price of a coffee. Try it for sure!
Prima Andhura

Prima Andhura

so many amazing stuff. seconhand like brand new items. u can't tell the differences!!

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