Oriental Bazaar

a-Oribaza for webThe Oriental Bazaar is a delightful store selling a wide variety of traditional Japanese goods mainly to overseas visitors although the store is popular with Japanese too.  Opened about 100 years ago, the store is located about seven minutes from JR Harajuku station by foot and close to Meiji Shrine. Typical souvenirs available include antiques, porcelain, pottery, Japanese lacquer ware, yukatas (informal cotton kimonos), screens, folding fans, traditional furniture, traditional toys, and dolls. You can find souvenirs in other areas of Tokyo such as Ginza, Asakusa, and Shinjuku but it may require a little more time finding what you need.  The Oriental Bazaar is a “one-stop shopping” store covering three floors and selling goods at very reasonable prices.

Open: 10am to 7pm

Closed:  Thursdays

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