Kichi-joji PukuPuku Nishi-koen-mae store

Kichi-joji PukuPuku Nishi-koen-mae store

Kichi-joji PukuPuku runs two shops in Kichi-joji. The Nishi-koen-mae store is the original store.

PukuPuku is a treasure trove of antique dishes. Many of the pieces were created during the Edo period, more than two to three hundred years ago. It is the perfect place to search for vintage Japanese tableware.

The blue and white plates are Ko-imari porcelain, or traditional Imari ware. The vintage Japanese porcelains are well preserved and have retained their original vibrant colors.

It is also worth noting that Edo period ceramics were hand painted, so no two pieces are alike. Have fun examining each plate and finding your favorite pattern.

Basic Information

Sen Heights #101, 4-13-2 Kichi-joji Honcho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo
open year round (occasionally closed)
Credit Card
Visa, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, Diners, DISCOVER, Union Pay


  • FromKichi-joji Station
    about an 8-minute walk