BOOKOFF

BOOKOFF

Japan, 〒160-0023 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, 1-chōme−10−2 110ビル 4F~6F

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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

This Bookoff store is located at the Shinjuku Station West Exit
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Reviews

The following reviews have been sourced from Google.

Alan Bell
Alan Bell
Huge range of second hand games for many systems, with bargain bin loose games by the hundreds in addition to their thousands of complete titles. Am amazing spot for video game enthusiasts.
Sisyphus n
Sisyphus n
do not try to find it via google map
Odaégett kenyérhéj
Odaégett kenyérhéj
Okay I visited all of the BookOFF (and other OFF shops) but if I remember well I spent more... than... FIVE hours here! No, I'm not lying! It just had exactly what I wanted of the certain animes. 5 stars
Thang Ly
Thang Ly
I went to all bookoff within Yamanote line, this is the best one. Not so many people like the one in Ikebukuro or Akihabara. Most manga are shrink wrapped, so people can not read there, I love this. They have a large variety of stuff, game, anime disk, manga, character goods, trading cards,... especially, they have FREE WIFI.
Nick Weston
Nick Weston
They sell 2nd hand games books and dvds, nearly all in Japanese but if you're searching for a specific item, it's probably your best bet for cost. Bought a smash bros Pro controller for switch for ¥6000 (about £42) and a docking station for switch for ¥4000 (£28). The controller would be about £65 in the UK and the docking station is around £80.

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