Whether you are in Japan for a short stay or planning to stay longer, you might be interested in buying some Japanese-style antique furniture or knickknacks to take home. If that’s the case, you have come to the right place. Japan has an abundance of antiques available for purchase.
Antique Market Fukiage
Antique Market Fukiage is located just a short walk away from Fukiage Station. The market is spread across five floors and offers various items to purchase. It may take you around an hour to explore everything the market offers. They have an extensive collection of items ranging from inexpensive knickknacks to expensive sculptures. I discovered a full bar designed in the 1920s style during my last visit. The bar had dark wood, mirrors, and stools, creating a perfect den ambiance.
7-24 Chikusatori, Chikusa Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture- (Map)
Euro Market is located in Minatoku, towards the port. This store has a much better online catalog, and although I haven’t visited the store myself, it appears to have a vast selection. This might be the perfect place to start if you want to buy six chairs. The shop specializes in European antique furniture, focusing on British, French, Dutch, and Belgian furniture.
3 Chome-311 Fujimae, Minato Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture （ Map）
Nagoya Milky Antiques
Nagoya Milky is an antique store located in Nagoya that specializes in a range of antique items, including enamel signs, glassware, and items from the Taisho and Showa periods. The store offers online sales, which are ongoing as usual. Nagoya Milky is well-known for its vast collection of nostalgic and retro items. The store’s website provides a glimpse into its unique offerings and the cultural atmosphere of the store.