Thrifting in Japan: Don Don Down on Wednesdays

I can’t remember where I’ve seen their logo before, but I know that I’d seen it. I had no idea what it was for, so I promptly ignored it… It wasn’t until I was doing research on thrift stores, trying to find more in my area, that I came across it again… Don Don Down on Wednesdays.  That’s a real mouthful. And that’s the name of the thrift store that […]

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Cheap Travel Within Japan and Going Abroad

I recently posted about my Japan Bucket List, which has got me more motivated than ever to start crossing some of the things on there off! I’m on a poor teacher’s salary, so I don’t have a lot of money to spend on traveling (plus I really like to eat, so that’s where 70% of my salary goes anyway). But I still make traveling possible! I wanted to share with […]

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Thrifting in Japan: Watt Mann Super Recycle Shop

Talking with my friends, I only recently realized how often I go to thrift stores. I absolutely love thrifting in the States, and even more so in Japan. The standards for what stores will take are generally higher than a Goodwill or Salvation Army, so you’re getting good quality clothes in Japan. Watt Mann’s is my current favorite thrift store in the area. Before moving to Yokohama, I had never […]

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