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.
Ogikubo Station North Exit
The following reviews have been sourced from Google.
I was happy to find that they have relatively large-ish collection of English books, but they seem to have given up on displaying them for costumers’ convenience. There are two rows; front and back. Just look at this “old relative’s bookshelf” vibe.
Lots of second hand stuff
Large store, part of a popular chain selling secondhand books and clothing. Also some secondhand appliances. Only a very small selection of books in English, but a very nice range of fairly cheap clothes, bags, etc. some of them brand labels.
Unexpected finds unavailable in the Tokyo central districts.
Not as large or cheap as suburb BookOffs but decent collection of various items. There were rare finds I'd never seen in a Book Off before. Easy access from station.
One of my favourite book off stores. Good collection of men's fashion items. If you are looking for women's fashion, go to Tachikawa book off plus