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Orgel Doh is a music box specialty shop based in Otaru, Hokkaido. They also have branches around Japan, in places like Kamakura, Kyoto and Okinawa. In December of 2017, a new shop opened in Tokyo's Omotesando district. Once you step inside this shop, with a wide variety of music boxes made of glass or wood, the gentle tone colors will captivate you!
In Isahaya City, Nagasaki Prefecture, there is a spot that is popular with women. Called "Kaze-no-Mori Garden", it's a collection of unique and fashionable shops. Among those is Amelie, a restaurant serving excellent crêpes. Upon hearing this, I headed out there!
In this series, I introduce you to recent cool finds I make at 100-yen shops in Japan.
The product I’ll be introducing this time is Can Do’s travel compression storage bag!
I found these “yunomi” teacups at the 100-yen shop “DAISO”! Yunomi are a type of cup mainly used for drinking green tea. They’re made in Japan, and, of course, they are only 100 yen each! Let’s get on with the introduction!
Japanese products are so well-known for their quality and strength that they may be "used for a lifetime". I'd like to introduce some nail clippers made in Japan that are just right as souvenirs of your trip.
First Avenue Tokyo Station The Tokyo Character Street has been remodelled and reopened! Don’t miss out on world famous Crayon Shin-chan’s first official shop!Read Later
On July 25th 2017, the Tokyo Character Street was remodelled and reopened! Guess what!? The world famous character Crayon Shin-chan’s first official shop has been added to the Tokyo Character street! How exciting!
Perfect for Souvenirs! Introducing DAISO and Can Do’s Folding Fans! – A review of affordable itemsRead Later
Who doesn’t want to buy lovely yet affordable stuff!? If you love a good deal, keep reading this series—it’s for you! I will keep you updated on all the best finds from a variety of Japan’s popular 100 yen and 300 yen shops!
This time, I’ll introduce each of DAISO and Can Do’s folding fans!
In the heart of Osaka's city center, Umeda, you'll find the impressive Hankyu Umeda Main Store, one of Japan’s largest department stores. Housing many of the world's finest brands—and everything from sweets and cosmetics to fashion—it serves as an invaluable resource for fashion-conscious women interested in all the latest crazes. It is the place to learn about Japan’s current trends. Through this article, we hope to give you a sneak peek into the latest trend developments of the upcoming season. This time around, we will be introducing 5 items recommended for the spring season!