Antique Jamboree

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Antique Jamboree

Knicknack lovers rejoice as the largest antiques market in Japan returns to Odaiba, bringing with it 500 dealers specialising in artefacts and heirlooms from Japan, Europe and the US. This being the land of the otaku, special attention is reserved for collectors of aged toys and playthings, but there is usually enough going on at these events to interest even the most passive browser. A word to the wise: it's worth hitting the Jamboree's website beforehand, as they have printable coupons that will knock a few hundred yen off the ticket price. Hardened collectors will want to go on Friday's Early Buyers Day, when the premium entry price is entirely justified.


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