Set in a multi-story carpark in southern Tokyo, the Ohi Racehorse market is one of Japan's largest flea markets and is a must visit for all serious bargain hunters. With nearly 300 different vendors, there is no particular specialty with a variety of products on offer ranging from used clothing to antique camera lenses.
Whilst most of the purchasable goods are second hand and therefore attract discounted prices, there are a scattering of stalls selling a variety of high quality, hand woven clothing.
The Ohi flea market is open most weekends and is located within a short walk from Tachiagawa Station.
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