Flea market and antique market in the grounds of Tomioka Hachiman Shrine.
A 400-meter long shopping arcade known colloquially as Kyoto’s Kitchen
Bustling food market also referred to as “Kanazawa’s Kitchen”
Market of the Sun
The capital’s largest regular farmer’s market takes place on the second weekend of each month near Kachidoki. About 80 vendors gather selling everything from bagels and speciality jam to fresh vegetables and coffee.
Tokyo City Flea Market
Large scale flea market held weekly near the Tokyo City racecourse. It has been held regularly since 1996 and sees over half a million visitors over the year.
Aoyama Farmers Market
This organic farmer’s market takes place in front of the United Nations University in Aoyama every Saturday and Sunday. There are about 50 stalls with local producers selling fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers.
Adachi Fish Market
Toyosu isn’t the only place where you can experience the atmosphere of a wholesale fish market; there are…
Oedo Antique Market
The Oedo Antique Market is arguably the most well-known in Tokyo. The market began in September 2003 to…
Akasaka Antique Market
Although marketing itself as a flea market, the Akasaka Antique Market isn’t your normal items-spread-out-on-a-mat affair; like its…
Aoyama Weekly Antique Market
About 20-30 antique vendors gather every Saturday at the same place as the UNU Farmer’s Market to show…