Kyoto’s antique miscellaneous goods and furniture store “montique” reminds me of Happy End.

Kyoto is a 3-minute walk from Eizan Electric Railway "Ichijoji" station.

Ichijoji is a town where you can feel a unique culture, such as Ramen Street and Keibunsha, a fashionable bookstore.

Speaking of Tokyo, the atmosphere of the Chuo Line is fluffy. It is close to the culture around Koenji, Asagaya and Nakano.

It makes me wonder if Sakyo Ward in Kyoto and Koenji / Asagaya are connected by an underground tunnel.

Happy End is a city where "collecting the wind" is likely to flow.

♫ Target a stretched alley on the outskirts of the city.

I wonder what it is. Kyoto University is also in Sakyo Ward, so it's an area created by students who are likely to have some ideas.

Well, it's an area with a pretty awkward boyish feeling. The smell of literature, theater, and subculture.

Speaking of Kyoto, folk were popular in the 70's.

There are students who seem to have difficulty finding employment as a whole, and it seems that such adults will settle down and open unique stores.
It's like traveling from Kyoto to Asian countries and then returning to Kyoto to open a curry shop.

Such an area. Pretty prejudiced lol. I think it's not too far away even if it doesn't hit.

Well, rather than being fashionable, it's an area with many unique shops,

This shop, "montique" is quite fashionable.

However, it does not follow the fashion and the cutting edge, and there are many miscellaneous goods that make use of the goodness of antiques.

After all it is a bit like Sakyo Ward.


Goods up to the eaves. This squishy feeling is undoubtedly a symbol of Sakyo Ward = Koenji theory.

No, it's not strange at all even in Aoyama, though.

But if it's Aoyama, I wonder if the display method is different even for similar products.

If it were Aoyama, it would be a little more meaningful to lay out each item.


inside of shop. Furniture such as chests of drawers, shelves, and desks and small miscellaneous goods are lined up.

All of them are a little old and have good taste.


A business card holder that makes you feel the warmth of wood. How nice.

I am glad that you can choose a lot of materials such as cypress and cedar.

I really want it. But it's a little expensive.

The texture that has changed over time, such as a rusty bowl and a nice wooden stand, is good.

In addition, mail order is also substantial, so be sure to check out the website. I'm not advertising it.


606-8184 12-2 Ichijoji Haradencho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto Teraoka Building 1F West
TEL / FAX: 075-711-1785 (Customer-only phone)

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