Tokyo's best markets

Pick up a few choice bargains, hunt for prized antiques, and taste organic farmers’ produce at Tokyo’s top fairs
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Selling everything from secondhand furniture and clothing to rare collectibles and artisanal cuisine, Tokyo’s numerous markets open up a world of bargains and treasures. You might come across an exquisite Japanese tea set for only ¥1,000 or vintage European jewellery for a steal. If you enjoy a good haggle, then it’s best to visit in the early morning or towards the end of the day. 

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United Nations University Farmers' Market

icon-location-pin Aoyama

The UNU farmers' market is one of Tokyo's longest-running and best-attended. Taking place every weekend in front of the university's Aoyama headquarters, this one always attracts a knowledgeable crowd. Organic and local fare is readily available...

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Market of the Sun

icon-location-pin Kachidoki

Japan's largest regular urban farmers' market always features more than 100 vendors from around the country. In addition to a vast range (more than 50 types) of Western and local vegetables, each month the market highlights a different seasonal fruit, vegetable or other specialty...

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