Tips on where to rent/buy gears (like sleeping bags, tent, headlamps) around Tokyo?
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Tips on where to rent/buy gears (like sleeping bags, tent, headlamps) around Tokyo?

by Jane
(Japan)

Hello! My name is Jane and I am an Indonesian student who just came to Japan to study Japanese in a particular university in Tokyo.

So, I have hiked a few mountains in Indonesia, and I wanted to continue my hiking experience here in Japan.

I'm interested in mountains like Kita-dake and Oku-hotaka-dake and I'm planning to hike this summer. And not to forget Fuji-san too.

But unfortunately I have left all of my gears back in Indonesia.

So, can I have your advice about tips to rent/buy gears (like sleeping bags, tent, headlamps) around Tokyo?

Thank you for your time answering my question.

Jane

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May 04, 2014
Here is a list of a few shops (although perhaps somewhat outdated)
by: Gary Wolff

Hi Jane,

Outdoor gear shops in Tokyo are in a constant state of flux, but here's a similar question that came up last summer, along with my response: https://www.garyjwolff.com/is-there-a-place-in-tokyo-where-i-can-purchase-isobutanepropane-canisters.html

Best wishes with your studies and climbing... :-)

Cheers,
Gary


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