Kinji

Japan, 〒150-0001 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya City, Jingūmae, 4-chōme−31−10 YMスクエア原宿B1F


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About Kinji

KINJI is a secondhand clothing chain found in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. These stores are gigantic and have many clothes to offer. The company also manages the Three Star stores which can be found in Osaka and Kyoto.

Store Information

This store features stacks upon stacks of vintage clothing, ranged from 300¥ to 20,000¥. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you’ll be in the shop for hours just browsing and infinite amounts of clothing. This can be a good and bad thing in some ways. Many bargains will be found, with popular brand items. Looking for a new sweater? Looking for some new shoes? Look no further because you’ll find it all here.

Reviews

The following reviews have been sourced from Google.

Trish W.

Trish W.

Vast selection of somewhat overpriced used and vintage clothing and accessories for men and women. Definitely go if money isn’t a concern and you seek unique pieces in good or great condition. If you’re a bargain hunter, this place isn’t for you.
Joe Celse

Joe Celse

I found a Christian Dior skirt and a lovely courrèges coat for dirt cheap here! The clerks were also very helpful and everything is sorted by brands. Don't forget to take off your shoes in the fitting rooms!
Morgan

Morgan

I love used clothes shopping in Japan. Everything is always of the highest quality and there are tons of great brands in amazing condition. Kinji is no different! It's a huge shop, centrally located. They have an amazing selection of clothes. They have a lot of used designer stuff too for great prices. There's definitely something for everything so you should stop by if you're in the area.
Justine Edward

Justine Edward

This is a large thrift store and, from the outside, clothes looked well organised. When we got inside the first thing that hit me was the smell- typical used clothing aroma which was not pleasant. Prices are also not that cheap- just saying that Y1200 for a T-shirt is a lot more than I would expect to pay at a thrift store. You can get brand new T-shirts for less than that at places like UniQlo. Clothes were packed together on the racks which made browsing a little difficult, and I didn't find the staff helpful or friendly. There was a large range of clothing and bags, including althletic brands like addidas and Nike, and character T-shirts. Perhaps my expectations were too high, but I found this place very disappointing.
Pam O'Brien

Pam O'Brien

Unique, amazing op shop in Harajuku. They have huge range and are pretty reasonably priced. We spent a week in Tokyo before heading north to the snow, and I grabbed an awesome snow jacket here. Def have a walk through if you're in the area!!

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