These Tokyo only tumblers and mugs have designs representing the layers of information available in Tokyo and the connections between a diversity of people. They have a warm design achieved by combining soft red colors with cool blue. Some of the tumblers are made to sparkle. (Left) Tokyo Tumbler/350ml/1,436 yen (incl. tax), (Right) Tokyo Mug/400ml/1,231 yen (incl. tax).
Kiddy Land Harajuku is a playful toy store that has a selection of popular domestic and international character goods as well as the latest trendy items. The Snoopy Town Shop on the B1 floor displays approximately 3,500 Snoopy related items. There are goods like the "Block Memo Pad - Harajuku Bus" (378 yen/incl. tax) shown above, as well as mugs, canned candies, clear folders, key holders, etc. Many of these are available only at the Harajuku store. *These popular products may sell out quick. (C) 2016 Peanuts Worldwide LLC
The Yamanote Line is the convenient line that goes all around central Tokyo. The TRAINIART Original Ekimei Deco Choco Yamanote Line (the inner track pack and outer track pack, 734 yen each/incl. tax), are chocolates with the names of the Yamanote Line stations and make the perfect souvenirs to help remember the names of Tokyo’s neighborhoods. You can buy them at the Akihabara and Tokyo shops of TRAINIART, a store that sells numerous original train goods with the theme of "enjoying trains more." *Approved for production by JR East
Museum Shop TRAINIART
These postcards of foods and famous sights representing each prefecture in Japan can only be bought in Tokyo. Interestingly, they are only available at post offices in Tokyo. The Kaminarimon, shown in the photo, is the main gate of Senso-ji, a famous temple in Tokyo. Other Tokyo-limited cards include Tokyo Tower, the National Diet Building, and Ueno Zoo. Each card is 185 yen (incl. tax). You can see other postcards on the manufacturer's Posta Collect website.
Amaou is a variety of strawberries developed in Fukuoka characterized by a rich sweetness and fresh aftertaste. The Amaou Pouch (2,268 yen/incl. tax) is an assortment of three types of candies that use plenty of amaou: The "Ita-ame-hanehitoe” which melts softly but is crispy when you bite it, the "Sweet Lip," candy with a honey-like texture, and the "Bo-ame-niji-no-mukou” is a candy that reminds one of childhood. They are only sold at Ginza Mitsukoshi, a department store in one of Japan's most luxurious shopping areas, Ginza.
*This information is from the time of this article's publication.