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Best Souvenir from Japan

Have you received any outstanding gifts from Japan? Have you ever bought any?

Give us your ideas on the Best Souvenir from Japan

A top ten video of souvenirs foreign tourist buy in japan



Comments (21)
21 Monday, 14 January 2013 18:44
I suppose the best sweets for souvenir is Shiroi koibito (White Lover)!

http://best.ciao.jp/ohkashi/database/database.cgi?cmd=dp&num=1&dp=

This is the most popular souvenir from Hokkaido which has been popular for over 30 years since its birth. It’s a Langue-de-chat-type sweet, whose cookies are baked to golden perfection and sandwiching white chocolate. The crunchiness which is a key to this cookie is produced under strict quality control in the factory performing thorough hygienic management.

Please dip this Shiroi koibito in cold milk! It's yummy!
20 Thursday, 01 March 2012 23:41
If you on a budget or even if you are not, the 100 yen shop is where you sshould be heading. You can get a range of great Japanese stuff which can double up as sovenirs. From Travel goods to stickers, from slippers to toys the 100 yen has it all. Main store is Daiso there are stores in virtually every city. The flagship store being in Takeshita Dori in Harajuku.
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19 Thursday, 01 March 2012 23:22
If you have a bit of cash to spend then a scaled down replica of a kimono and samurai sword may just be the best souvenirs from Japan for yourself or a loved one.
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18 Thursday, 01 March 2012 23:15
If you happen to be in the sleepy backwater of Obama Japan, then you may be in for some of the best souvenirs you could take back for your family...
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17 Thursday, 01 March 2012 15:45
Here is a video of the range of souvenirs on offer at Tokyo Narita International Airport. If you are in a panic about what to buy your niece or nephew as a souvenir, dont worry as every Japanese souvenir you have dreamed of is available just before your flight at Narita.
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16 Thursday, 10 March 2011 08:46
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This time pmcrimson gives us a run through of all the cool souvenirs she got in Japan. Love the Yukata! Pity about the wasabi.You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video
15 Wednesday, 09 March 2011 00:37
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HamuuKun again with a viddy about the large collection of manga brought back from Japan...

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14 Wednesday, 09 March 2011 00:32
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What you may consider bringing back for a Japanese girlfriend:

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13 Wednesday, 23 February 2011 00:24
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Another insight into the world of Japanese Souvenirs.
This time a range of KitKats Snowborednow picked up from his travels around the land of the omiyage obsessed.
Featured in this video are green tea kitkats, apple-flavored kitkats and probably most bizarre is the soy sauce kitkats.

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12 Wednesday, 23 February 2011 00:06
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Great video by YouTuber HamuuKun
http://www.youtube.com/user/HamuuKun

This one covers all the souvenir drink cans HamuuKun brought back from Japan.
Which is your favourite?

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Great Japanese Souvenirs: Eraser and plastic food...

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Can`t find that perfect gift in the concrete jungle of Tokyo...Check out www.snappyjappy.com for some amazing Japanese imagery mounted onto premium wood blocks. These Photo blocks make the perfect gift and really give a sense of Japan.

Photo Blocks

9 Monday, 01 February 2010 00:36

A UK woman has rocked into the Guiness Book of Records for having the largest collection of Pokemon merchandise with a total of over 13,000 items including stuffed toys and cards. Lisa Courtney started the collection 13 years years ago when Pokemon took off in the UK. She has been to Japan on a Pokemon-related trip.





8 Sunday, 20 December 2009 21:08
Here's a CNN report on the most wackiest and best presents that people are buying in Japan. Presents include a breast pillow, a samurai umbrella, a dog bank for $50, a home fireworks projector and a speaking clock. Perfect for that difficult to buy present. See the best present in Japan video here


7 Sunday, 01 November 2009 15:20

Here is a report on how the ubiquitous plastic food you can see outside restaurants all over is made.Can be bought in Kappabashi dori street. Get there from Tawaramachi station on the Ginza line. You can also buy kitchen tools, cutlery and an array of plates, dishes, cups and bowls many of which have traditional Japanese designs and have reasonable price tags
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Other good ideas for Japanese souvenirs

 

6 Tuesday, 01 September 2009 12:54
Best Japanese souvenirs from the supermarkets are:
1) Nori seaweed. Sheets of dried seaweed. Delicious on salad and sushi. Healthy too!
2) Natto. Smelly fermented beans. It's refrigerated so may be even smellier by th time you get home so buy the day before.
3) miso soup. Good as an apetizer.
4) sake is great if you like alcohol.
Good luck and itadakemasu!!
5 Wednesday, 10 June 2009 14:44

My Top Five Japanese Souvenirs:

1) Kokeshi Dolls

Kokeshi

2) The waving cat (maneki neko)

Waving Cat

3) Sushi Clock (from Tokyu Hands)

sushi clock

4) Alcohol - Nihonshu (sake)

Sake

 

 

 

 

 

 

5) Yukata (like a dressing gown)

Yukata

4 Friday, 05 June 2009 17:34
kokeshi. Everyone loves them wooden dolls you can buy at the souvenir shops at narita airport. You may even make a buck or two by trying to sell them on ebay!

 Japanese Kokeshi Dolls

3 Tuesday, 12 May 2009 11:50
chopstics or/and a bra to carry your chosticks around in. My sister loved it so much she now wears it at the beach.

 

chopsticks

2 Tuesday, 05 May 2009 00:00
Another is the japanese curtains " Noren".
1 Monday, 04 May 2009 00:00
I got a bunch of I love suchi T-shirts.

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