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.
The following reviews have been sourced from Google.
Large shop with five floors but limited parking free time and bad in terms of quality and prices. They have almost everything you may need. Additionally, a resting area is available along with a vending machine which is not usual in these shops.
This store is having good collections of used stuff. Also, they provide free parking for two and four wheelers
Huge selection of books, music (CD), movies, kids toys, figures, car / train models on the first floor.
Lots of clothes, though I'm not sure what brands and such since I wasn't there for clothing. Rows of tents and outdoor goods, sports equipment, music instruments. Housewares section was a bit of a miss (compared to other ~OFF stores) but it's there. But really, whatever you may need in your home, you could probably find it here.
Free shuttle as mentioned by others, at the Keio & Odakyu Nagayama station. Exact waiting area is near the wind turbine-looking art sculpture and the tree by the bus / taxi stand area. Go on their website for the schedule.
Best "book off" I've ever been to. I've never sold anything here. But I am always in a position to buy things, I can say that there's almost everything I want here, and it's cheap.
The store is very large, but compared to that, the parking lot is filled, so you have to wait on weekends maybe.
Awesome spot for grabbing outdoor sports equipment - an entire floor dedicated to that. Great selection of camping, snow sports & water sports equipment in their season. Also other floors covering clothes, housewares, kids stuff too.
Selling your old stuff there is okay if you want to get rid of it. Just don’t expect much money though. Parking available there, accept cash, credit cards.