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Matsuri Flea Market Season 2 Set To Occur On 16-28 Feb

Matsuri Flea Market Season 2

This Japanese-themed flea market took place in the centre of Bangkok and offered a variety of Japanese street food, chic items, Japanese decorations as well as activities. If you were one of those attending this flea market and loved it, we’re sure you will be excited to visit its season 2.

The Matsuri Flea Market is making a comeback in Bangkok from 16 to 18 February, bringing a festive atmosphere with Nippon vibes, Japanese street food, and items shipped from Japan. You’ll also enjoy a variety of exhibitions and shows, ranging from cars and cover song performances to Senko Hanabi and lantern and umbrella walls.

Enjoy a trip to Matsuri Flea Market Season 2

matsuri flea market season 2Image credit: Matsuri FLEA Market via Facebook

Calling all market explorers! Get ready for the return of Matsuri Flea Market in Bangkok for season 2. Immerse yourself in Nippon vibes, savour more delicious food, and discover cool items that will transport you to a lively flea market in Japan. This comeback is themed around Natsu Matsuri, bringing the spirit of a “Summer Festival” to the heart of the experience.

matsuri flea market season 2Image credit: Matsuri FLEA Market via Facebook

You will experience not only Japanese street food but also many fun activities, shows, and decorations. Starting with displays of Japanese-style motorcycles and cars on the road, free Yakata dressing, taking photos using Polaroid cameras, and Tanzaku — writing wishes and hanging them on bamboo branches.

There’s a Japanese warehouse where you can enjoy buying a lot of clothes starting from ฿100 (~USD2.81). Many stores lay out blankets on the ground to display their items for sale.

The location of this flea market is Block 28. You can take the MRT Line to either the Hua Lamphong Station or Samyan Station and walk here in 3-4 minutes.

Matsuri Flea Market is back

If you had a great experience visiting Matsuri Flea Market last year, don’t miss out on this season 2 as it will likely offer you another round of fantastic finds, cultural delights, and memorable moments.

For more similar news, feel free to read about visiting Japanese Coffee Festival in Thailand, a Buakaw-Pacquiao fight taking place in April, and a Thai National Park Passport campaign.

Address: Soi Chula 5, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Nearest train station: MRT Samyan Station
Contact: Matsuri Flea Market’s Facebook | Google Maps

Cover image adapted from: Matsuri FLEA Market via Facebook