So, what should I buy?
Large commercial facilities and impressive department stores are an inherent part of every Japanese city. From clothes to cosmetics, everyday goods to food and spirits – everything the heart desires can be found in these commercial giants. On the other hand, nostalgic shopping streets and atmospheric markets invite leisurely strolls. Typically Japanese miscellaneous goods and sundries make for excellent souvenirs for friends and family at home. Or why not get yourself a unique memento of your trip? Those who want to go on a shopping spree will be pleased with the selection of home electronics mass retailers, drug stores, and the famous 100 yen shops!
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An Ashiya ware shinnari type teakettle with an eggplant design (cast in Hakata) on a daruma-shaped bronze brazier (cast in Chikuzen, it includes a box with a certificate by Isao Nagano.)2,880,000JPY(Including tax)See all 5 itemsKOBIJUTSUSASAKI7minutes ago
Japanese KANJI HANKO. Kanji has a meaning. What is your favorite kanji? Japan's auspicious stamp Original Hanko which can be selected from over 200 kinds “Souvenir Hanko”From 800JPY(Including tax)See all 7 itemsKAMAKURA HANKO1hour ago
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