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Checking Out Sakura Used Japanese Products

I think I just discovered another thrifting Gold Mine! A couple of days after Christmas we were driving around Phnom Penh and saw a huge banner saying “christmas and new year sale 30% off”.  The shops sign – Sakura Used Japanese Products. Now, that really got my thrifting antenna bleeping like mad.

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The place is huge and almost spilling over with goodies. I saw a lot of bags, shoes, toys, clothes and they have a good number of home items. From kitchen items to home furnishings. The owner though said that furnishings are almost always snapped up and sold usually within the day they display it.

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Just like this wood dining table set with four chairs with leather cushion priced at $60. Hubby was really wanting it but it was already sold and just waiting for the owner to pick it up.

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Lots of baby carriers, strollers too..

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Its a bit pricier compared to other thrifting shops here, like about 30-40% more expensive but its still worth checking out coz of the extensive inventory and I’m pretty sure they’ll be offering discounts if you buy more.

I didn’t buy anything on the first visit coz we were a bit pressed for time,  but I’m pretty sure I could get some FF‘s and BB‘s on this store soon.

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