Tokio 7

Shopping, Consignment store East Village
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Tokio 7
Tokio 7

Jimmy Choo and Calvin Klein are just some of the big-name labels you’ll find at this premier consignment shop. Housed in a 3,000-square-foot space, other typical deals include Louis Vuitton footwear ($200), Diane von Furstenberg printed dresses ($96) and Chanel cap-toe heels ($120).


Venue name: Tokio 7
Address: 83 E 7th St
New York
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Opening hours: Daily noon–8pm
Transport: Subway: L to First Ave
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Best consignment store in NYC. The people that usually leave one star reviews are terrible people themselves. I've been coming here for years and I've never had a problem. Sarah has problems! Readers, be warned.

Sarah Wolf

Beware of the owner! I wrote a negative post about my experience dealing with this store, in particular the owner. It must have been almost 4 years ago, and I haven't been back in Tokio 7 since. Today, I went there with a friend; she's in town from LA and wanted to hit some consignment stores. Despite her own bad experience dealing with these people while shopping there 2 weeks ago, she still wanted to go back and buy a jacket she loved and hadn't been able to buy during her first visit (they had refused to complete her transaction at her first visit because the store was closing for the day). We walked in, and the man immediately recognized me and said "You not supposed to come here! You said comment on line, say you never come here again, now you here! Unbelievable." He kept yelling at me about how I "posted comment you not come in here ever again" and told me to leave the store (!!!). I explained I was there with my friend, and was waiting for her. He said, "You want to shop you take down comment! You take down comment or you leave!" I said, "No, that was my experience here, I am NOT taking it down." He kept yelling at me that I was not allowed to shop there and had to leave. I laughed and said, no, I'm waiting for my friend. I suggested he call the police, and he walked away muttering. Mind you, all this happened in full sight/ hearing of a store full of customers! This man has PROBLEMS. Shoppers, be warned.