Another Jalan Jalan Japan superstore opens in Malaysia

Bok Marketing is launching its fifth preloved superstore, “Jalan Jalan Japan” (or “JJJ Superstore”) at Bandar Baru Bangi in Malaysia.

All goods available at the store are “preloved” and imported from Japan. Bok’s parent company Bookoff operates more than 800 stores throughout Japan, purchasing more than 400 million goods from customers annually.

The first JJJ Superstore was opened at One City, USJ in November 2016. Each superstore stocks about 200,000 pcs including apparel, bags, shoes, household items,300-730 dumps baby goods, toys, sporting goods, musical instruments, ornaments, furniture, accessories and more.

“Jalan Jalan” means “going for a walk” in Malay. The store is based on three core concepts – “Preloved in Japan” (for good quality); “Hargagiler” (for low prices); and “Large Stock” (for treasure hunting).


The firm plans to open more than 10 stores over the next few years.

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