GOOD LORD! SATURDAY BARGAINS AT THE SALVATION ARMY BAZAAR, TOKYO

SO in the mood for all this kind of thing.

The Black Narcissus

 

 

 

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The bazaar at the Salvation Army store in Tokyo is held every Saturday from 9 til 2, and on the infrequent occasions that we decide to go, D and I always end up scrambling to get out of the house in time when we would rather be staying in bed. Yet somehow the shining beacon of potential bargains always beams bright enough for us to make the long-winded journey to the bristling heart of the metropolis, Shinjuku station (the busiest station in the world – 3 million people use it every day) and from there a meandering trip to a nice little neighbourhood called Nakano-Fujimicho, where the Salvation Army has its headquarters.

 

It has a lovely, bustling atmosphere, very friendly and non-avaricious, Tokyoites and foreigners and people who look rather down on their luck rummaging happily…

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7 responses to “GOOD LORD! SATURDAY BARGAINS AT THE SALVATION ARMY BAZAAR, TOKYO

  1. cwmullis

    Neil Chapman, we adore you! It has been far, far, far too long. We have become old and boring. You?
    – Chris & Christine (Kannai NOVA ’99)

  2. cwmullis

    Dorothy today is a sweet grandmotherly figure who has decided she will accommodate herself to fascism so long as it comes with white supremacy.

    I always loved your area in Kitakamakura.

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