Although marketing itself as a flea market, the Akasaka Antique Market isn’t your normal items-spread-out-on-a-mat affair; like its venue and surroundings, it has an upmarket feel for a monthly market. Nor is it only an antiques market—vendors selling handmade arts and crafts and boutique brands are interspersed amongst the antique dealers, and there are food vans nearby. The market is held in ARK Karajan Place in Ark Hills.

Ark Hills Karajan Square, 1 Chome 12-32 Akasaka, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0032
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Getting there
Closest station is Roppongi-Icchome
11:00-16:00 on the 4th Sunday of each month
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