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Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques

Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques, Fuchu

Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques in Fuchu is a beautiful store inside and out. If you live in the Chofu/Fuchu area, or your kids go to the American School in Japan, this store is a great resource to decorate your home with beautiful furniture and pottery. The store is located about 2K from ASIJ so an easy stopover.Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques 1

Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques 2Kanaru-sha has two floors filled with beautiful Japanese chests, doors and screens. If you are looking for something smaller to add just a touch of “Japan” to your home than consider a beautiful blue and white hibachi or small accent plates.  The team at Kanaru-sha has a great eye and skill for sourcing products, refurbishing and displaying in a way that everyone could image the antique in their home!

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Kanaru-sha not only sells beautiful Japanese antiques, but they also repair. They have a very active Facebook page where you can find information on new offerings and also seasonal sale events.  I could go on and on about the beauty of this store, but pictures are the best way to explain. Highly recommend you visit!
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Kanaru-sha Japanese Antiques Details
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Address: 1-26-4 Shiraitodai, Fuchu, Tokyo
Phone: 042-335-5253
Hours: Open everyday 10:00 -18:00
Website: http://kanarusha.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kanarusha
Access: 7 mins walk from Shiratodai Station on the Seibu-tamagawa line, or 10 mins walk from Tamareien Station on the Keio Line

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