British tea travelogue ... No. 9 Antique Market Portobello～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ The place most people look forward to in London is the Portobello Antique Market, which is held every Saturday. . I wanted to board at 8:00 am, so I came here for breakfast. My purpose is to buy an antique bazaar that opens at Sunday tea time. This time, since it's a scone trip, I searched for clotted cream to use when eating scones, a knife to put jam on (not a special one), and a spoon that can be used for jam. About an hour after I started walking, I noticed something. Compared to before, I felt that there were very few antique products. When I entered the shop where I usually buy and was looking at the items on display, an uncle remembered my face and said, "You've been here before, you're Japanese, aren't you?" . Then he brought out the stock items in the box from the back and let me choose. "Recently, young people, including foreigners, are interested in antiques, and in the last few years, British antiques are disappearing rapidly. Maybe it's because of TV. I'm happy, but the number of antiques is limited. It's been hard to get in stock." I see. . . After that, I went to my favorite antique print shop again and looked for prints that the owner, Mr. William, had kept for me. . ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ Sunday Tea Time Antique Bazaar will open on the 24th!