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.
The following reviews have been sourced from Google.
I think it's one of the best Kinji stores I've ever visited. The used clothes are in good condition and the display is beautiful. Overall, the price range is cheap, but there are many XL sizes. There are unexpected finds if you look for them. The 1st floor is ladies' and the 2nd floor is men's.
Abeno Hoop Kinji is the worst. There are a lot of worn-out second-hand clothes, and they don't mind selling prescription glasses. Once you have bought it, you cannot return or exchange it. The store will not be held responsible for any defective products.
I am grateful that I can buy UNIQLO clothes at a low price. UNIQLO is expensive and I can't buy it, so I think it might be better to buy it here.
Compared to when I went there 3 or 4 years ago, I thought it would be difficult to choose because there are so many clothes. In the old days, products were categorized by price, and there were long-sleeved, short-sleeved, spring, summer, autumn, and winter items. Now I can't choose because it's packed tightly. I don't feel like buying it. I just left the store.
Interesting pricing. Some are bargain, some are overpriced. Copies are common.
Military items and shirts are often bargains, and there are occasional bargains in shoes and bags.