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.
Kinja resides in the heart of Shimokitazawa, or Shimokita, the hippest little spot in Tokyo, Japan. With plenty of trendy coffee shops, vinyl stores and beer bars, you'll get lost for hours here. Make sure to stop off at Kinji while you're there for some secondhand goodies.
The following reviews have been sourced from Google.
Another one of several used clothing stores I stop by when I'm looking for some throwback 90s stuff. They got lots of sweaters, t-shirts, pants, and jackets from the States. Some look like straight out of Goodwill or Salvation Army in the deep country, it can be down right funny to find in Tokyo. The store is probably one of the biggest in Shimokita in terms of floor size and inventory. Some items like bandanas and t-shirts are cheap, but popular brands like Nike, Adidas, Polo are pretty pricy. Def worth checking out if you are looking for more "louder" or brighter off-the-wall type of stuff.
A bit smaller than the other Kinji locations I've been to (Harajuku, Osaka Namba). Kinji in general is a good choice if you want to rifle through shelves and shelves of gaudy polyester prints, dusty Doc Martens, and thick sweaters that look so genuinely ugly that they could truly be in fashion. No higher end brands here. While the Harajuku location has some quieter styles, this one seemed to lean almost exclusively the younger, colorful polyester side of things.
So expensive for used rags. You can literally buy new things for cheaper. A marilyn manson t-shirt for ¥15,000??? Come on!
Very nice store. Nice collection of Coogi sweaters and sometimes they have pleatz please Issey Miyake