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Tokyo's Night Flea Market

At the close of Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo, organizers held a night flea market at boutique hotel Claska.

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Claska flea market in Tokyo.

Photo By Yukie Kasuga

TOKYO — At the close of Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo, organizers held a night flea market at boutique hotel Claska. In addition to local artisans and craftspeople, some designers who showed their autumn collections earlier in the week also set up booths.

 

In Process by Hall Ohara sold T-shirts for 1,000 yen (about $10.83), Motonari Ono offered up his trademark satin and lace blouses and dresses, and Less Than sold a range of goods from shoes to T-shirts.

 

There were also booths selling vintage clothing and accessories, used books, ceramic cups starting at just 10 yen ($0.11), and handmade makeup pouches, brooches, tote bags, and iPod covers. A cash bar provided refreshments to shoppers as they browsed the booths.

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