Why don’t you buy antique at the unmanned store in Kamakura?

I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries. I’ve got the license of the certificate English guide in Japan for 8 years.

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Unmanned Antique Shop “Naya” in Kamakura

Unmanned antique store

I went for a walk in Kamakura.

On a street corner, I found an unmanned antique store.

The name of the store is “Naya”.

There is no one in the store.

Unmanned antique store
Unmanned antique store in Kamakura
Unmanned antique store in Kamakura

Unmanned stores are a common in Japan, but they are usually run by farmers selling vegetables and fruits.

Unmanned antique stores are rare.

They have a small price tag on each antiques.

Box to pay

Box to pay

There is a box to pay for the goods.

The person who buys the product put the money in it.

Newspaper to wrap

Newspaper to wrap

The sign also says to use newspaper to wrap the items.

Glasses and other items are quite inexpensive, starting at 100 yen(1 dollar).


We can see the phone number on the table.

So if you want to ask something , call it.

Phone number

If you come to Japan, why don’t you try shopping at an unmanned store?

I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!

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