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Japan’s thrift shop has its first Malaysian franchise

Jalan Jalan Japan, a secondhand store by Book-Off’s Malaysian subsidiary, opened its first franchise store in Penang, Malaysia.
It features secondhand, preloved items from Japan.

Jalan Jalan Japan (JJJ) operated by BOOK MARKETING SDN. BHD., the Malaysian subsidiary of the BOOK-OFF group. It has stores mainly in the metropolitan area since its first store opening in 2016.
A new JJJ franchise will open on 24 February 2021 to live up to local expectations.

Book-Off sees approximately 100 million visitors a year, but some items in Japan unavoidably discarded. Thus, Book-Off set up the JJJ business as a means to solve the issue.
JJJ serves as an outlet for items purchased by Book-Off in Japan while carrying out Book Off’s mission in Malaysia of “providing joyful and enriching lives for the many”.

It deals in all preloved items from Japan, including apparel and household goods.

It would be fun to see JJJ all over Malaysia, where you can enjoy a Japan vibe in Malaysia.

■Store Outline

Store NameJalan Jalan Japan Seberang Jaya
LocationFirst Floor, Tesco Extra Seberang Jaya, 2762, Persiaran Sembilang, Seberang Jaya
Floor SpaceTwo floors, Approx. 31,000 sq. ft.
Goodsapparel, household goods, baby goods, toys, collectables, sporting items, musical instrument, furniture, accessories, kimono, mask, etc.
Business Hour10:00~22:00

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