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PASS THE BATON OMOTESANDO

Celeb recycle shop debuts at Omotesando Hills
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Opening Hours 11am – 9pm (Monday-Saturday); 11am – 8pm (Sunday and public holidays)

PASS THE  BATON OMOTESANDO catches the attention of vintage lovers as it houses second-hand items, including antiques, furniture, clothing and art. Many of those have been previously owned by well-known celebrities. Dubbed ‘Nigolden Store’ is dedicated to displaying items from the personal collection of A Bathing Ape producer Nigo. Similar to that of the Marunouchi store, the interior of the Omotesando store was designed by Kasamichi Katayama – founder of interior design company Wonderwall Inc.

Transport Omotesando Station via Chiyoda, Hanzomon, or Ginza lines, exit A2
+81 3 6447 0707
Omotesando Hills West Bldg B2F, 4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
東京都渋谷区神宮前4-12-10 表参道ヒルズ西館B2F

1. Free yourself from the rigid seasonal fashion collection mindset with the shop’s unusual collection of stylish vintage clothing and personal items.

2. Each secondhand item becomes a piece of “personal culture” to be shared and cherished. Some even come with a note from the seller.

3. The airy layout and thoughtful displays turn this random collection of secondhand treasures and upcycled dead stock into a fascinating gallery of Tokyo life.

4. With its eclectic collection, much of which came from well-known celebrities, this tiny shop's big personality is a beacon for lovers of all things vintage.

5. In a city famous for turning tiny spaces into chic abodes, it’s no wonder the thrift shop has evolved into a stylish living art gallery.

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