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Tokyo Union Church Flea Market

Tokyo Union Church Flea Market, Omotesando – March 2017 Donate & Buy Gently Loved Items

The annual Tokyo Union Church Flea Market is scheduled for March 9-11th (Friday – Saturday), 2017. If you are looking for English books, kids toys, clothes and home goods, this is the place to shop. I scored some great toys and kids clothing last year. I recommend you go as early as possible since people line up for this great flea market.  The Tokyo Union Church Flea Market also offers a great opportunity to donate your “gently loved items”. If you are looking for other places to donate or sell your used items please check here.

The Women’s Fellowship of Tokyo Union Church puts on two major fundraisers during the year – the Flea Market in the spring and the Asian Furniture Sale in the fall. These fundraisers are the main source of income to support the MOHN (Mission for Our Homeless Neighbors) onigiri project.

Tokyo Union Church Flea Market


Start preparing your clean, good items for donation. Please tell your friends, family, and other groups about the sale. Flyer available at this link (English and Japanese, 2 pages).


March 5 – March 8 by Noon, TUC fellowship hall. You can mail items to the church, but the items must arrive between March 5/_/_-8th. Please make sure items sent are in good condition. Address: Tokyo Union Church,  5-7-7 Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001 (on the main Omotesando street)

Please donate clean items, new or gently used • Clothing for all ages and many occasions • Books, DVDs • Toys • Baby items • Linens • Skiwear • Household goods • Accessories

Sumimasen (not accepted) – No undergarments – No business suits for men – No soiled or stained clothing – No electrical appliances – No furniture


  • Th., March 9 – 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Fri., March 10 – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Sat., March 11 – 10 a.m. to 12 noon

Questions? Ready to volunteer? Please contact the Tokyo Union Church, Women Fellowship Group: 03-3400-0047, M – F, 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. wfdesk@tokyounion.org

Address: Tokyo Union Church,  5-7-7 Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001 (on the main Omotesando street)

Tokyo Union Church Flea Market


Tokyo Union Church’s Women’s Fellowship

The Tokyo Union Church’s Women’s Fellowship provides a comfortable place to meet friends from all over the world, learn about the culture of Japan, explore the Christian faith and your own spirituality, and volunteer with a sense of Tokyo union church, best living japanpurpose.  These activities may include, but are not limited to programs, classes, tours, lunches, cross-cultural sharing (formerly called “Shinboku-kai”) and service opportunities, such as through Ministry to Our Homeless Neighbors. Fall is the best time to start or renew your annual membership. All women are eligible to become members of Women’s Fellowship. Membership in Tokyo Union Church is not required. Guests are most welcome to attend activities; a non-member fee will be charged. Membership fee is ¥4000 per year per person, due in Sept. for the 2015-2016 year, but later payments are accepted. Membership benefits includes: no fee for attendance at monthly programs, cross-cultural sharing, and event lunches held at Tokyo Union Church, discounted attendance fee for tours and cooking classes, eligibility for class registration. annual directory listing members’ contact information in Japan and regular communication through email of upcoming events, especially through the Open Circlenewsletter, published nine times a year. Facebook page of the Women’s Fellowship https://www.facebook.com/wf.tuc/


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