The Ginza shopping district's newly opened Ginza Six department store brings a new wave of design oriented architecture, fashion and shopping to Tokyo. Make sure you check it out!
Detective Conan and his friends are back with a new Detective Conan Limited Time Cafe available throughout Japan! Visitors will be able to eat Detective Conan Limited Time Foods and purchase Detective Conan Limited Goods at any one of these amazing D...
The historical Tsukiji Fish Market is a seafood lovers dream. More about the markets hours, tuna auction, sushi, relocation, and much more!
Studio Ghibli and Lupicia Tea Japan have combined to bring Studio Ghibli and tea lovers the Donguri Kyowakoku x Lupicia Studio Ghibli Themed Teas at all of Japans Donguri Kyowakoku locations! Customers can enjoy the Studio Ghibili inspired teas start...
PABLO'S is getting in on the Spring atmosphere with the PABLO’s Spring Limited Time Berry and Panna Cotta Cheese Tart available for a limited time only!
Japan and technology go hand in hand so it's not surprising to see Japan has the best beauty appliances in the world! Here are some Japanese beauty appliances!
Check out these really cute spring paper sticker tape rolls by Bande. You can put them on anything to add some spring feeling! If you are visiting Japan and love cute things don't miss the opportunity!
Face masks are a popular cosmetic item in Japan, we try and explain the most useful and common ones for 2017. If you are looking for cosmetics in Japan make sure you check out these moisturizing masks.
Japan is renowned for its cute inventions and innovations. The heart shaped lemons of Float Lemon Tea are the latest example of original Japanese products.
Prepared to be Spirited Away into the world of Ghibli at Shirohige Kobo and TOLO Bakery & Cafe in Setagaya-Daita. Relax in a secluded cafe decorated with Ghibli art, and treat yourself to some handmade Totoro cream puffs.
Tokyo flea markets are a great place to find rare items and everyday bargains for quality items. Tokyo flea markets are a popular option to buy something original without breaking the bank. Come visit the local Tokyo flea market!
Uji Matcha Baumkuchen, Kyo no Take will definitely not disappoint a match lover. This vibrantly green cake is rich and pairs well with tea. Be sure to pick up this treat from an airport in Japan.
Narita Airport has a solution for those with leftover change. Find uniquely Japanese toys from the Gacha Gacha machines. Turn your coins into souvenirs at Narita Airport.
New Japanese makeup products are released every season to create new trends in Japan. Shop for affordable and stylish Japanese makeup products that will change your makeup routine and here is the list of must buy in 2017.
With cherry blossom season right around the corner, the Coca-Cola Company is set to launch their Sakura Coke bottle for 2017! Coca-Cola is well-known for releasing a variety of limited time collectable bottles as the Sakura Coca-Cola Limited Time Bot...
Japanese capsule toys, or Gachapon, are a unique and collectable aspect of Japanese anime and manga culture. Gachapon Kaikan is THE place to go to for new and rare Gachapon. Head down to Akihabara and pick out your favorite Gachapon!
BICQLO Bic Camera offers shoppers a unique experiences as they make their way in search of incredible discounts and high quality appliances. Come to BICQLO for the latest electronics, fashion, and household appliances!
Located in Ikebukuro's Sunshine City, J-World Tokyo is a great theme park to visit for lovers of Naruto, One Piece and Dragon Ball. Here you'll find adventure and a special place to spend the day for every Jump fan..
Spring in Japan not only means Sakura Blossoms; it also means Sakura flavored frappuccino and lattes and Sakura tumblers at Starbucks Japan! Don't miss out on the 2017 version of delicious Sakura Starbucks flavors and Sakura Tumbers at Starbucks Japa...
Japan is full of characters that have become popular over social media. For the fifth anniversary of Fuchico on the Cup, come see the pop-up shop in Tokyo Station and buy a limited edition figure.
Mie offers spectacular natural beauties that cannot be compared to anywhere in the world. From ancient shrines to historic pilgrimages and mouth watering Matsusaka beef, Mie is sure to satisfy your sense of adventure and stomach.
Okayama is known for some of the most high quality denim in the world. Companies focus on using natural materials to produce better quality items. Find the best pair of jeans in Japan.
The Yanaka Ginza Shopping District has many wacky and retro shops. Locally owned businesses serve great food and have unique souvenirs. Be sure to check out the area when in Tokyo.
Kappabashi near Asakusa is for those who are looking for weird and wacky souvenirs. Check out the Ganso Shokuhin Sample Showroom to find fake food that looks just like the real thing.
The Oedo Antique Market is filled with traditional Japanese items. Everything is sold at affordable prices so this a great place to find a souvenir. Come find that one item that will make your day.
Have you ever visited Yamanashi, which is located east of Tokyo? Since it's easily accessible from the center of Tokyo, Yamanashi is a great place to escape city life. There is many things to do and sights to see.
Ameyoko Shopping Street in Tokyo is highly known for the wide variety of weird products and cheap restaurants. Come explore one of the few places in Tokyo where people can barter for goods.
Of all the places to shop in Tokyo, Nakano Broadway and the surrounding mall is a must visit on your trip to Japan. Anime and manga fans can find anything and everything.
Opening in Ikebukuro is the limited time Kimi no Na wa cafe. Enjoy food that has been completely copied from the movie and buy official limited time goods at the pop-up shop.
Ikebukuro is a mix of fashion and anime. With many department stores and brand name shops, it is a great place to shop. The flagship Animate store is a must visit spot for all manga and anime fans.
Fukubukuro are lucky bags with discounted items from popular brands. Fukubukuro are only sold during New Year's in Japan. Shibuya 109 is famous for their brand name fukubukuro.
Kichijoji is full of quirky shops. Find all different kinds of souvenirs at general stores in Kichijoji. This part of Tokyo is considered to be a hipster area.
Shizuoka is full of sight-seeing spots. Climb the national symbol of Japan at Mt. Fuji, fall in love forever at Koibito Misaki, and take a dip in the beautiful beaches in Atami.
The world's most kawaii street, Harajuku has its own LINE Friends Store! Meet all the cute character goods at Harajuku LINE Friends Store and do all your souvenir shopping!
Akihabara has an endless amount of computers, cell phones, figures, video games, and more. Akihabara is a must-visit spot for anyone interested in electronics, Japanese anime, manga, and figures. Find the perfect souvenir for your otaku buddy back ho...
Shibuya can a little bit of a maze, but Shibuya has some of the best shopping. With many department stores, trend-setting stores, and restaurants, there is something to buy while shopping in Shibuya.
At the Fukuoka Airport, there are so many different kinds of treats and snacks it can be hard to decide. If you are giving a gift, get some of the most delicious snacks or sweets conveniently at the airport.
Hokkaido produces many agricultural products. Many sweets are made with local ingredients, the sweets are rich in flavor and they support local farms. Sweets from Hokkaido make great souvenirs.
There are many Pokemon Centers and Stores all throughout Japan. Pokémon started as a Game Boy and became an insanely popular anime. After Pokémon Go was released in July 2016, everyone with a smartphone was playing.
"Kimi no Na Wa. (Your Name)" directed by Makoto Shinkai is big hit in Japan and around the world. Kuchikami Sake is a key item in the movie and its themed Sake is on sale from liquor store in Hida, Gifu prefecture.
Come to Gokayama to experience the traditional and slow paced life in Japan. This World Heritage Site is famous for the thatch-roofed houses, the local cuisine, and the folk music.
Many locals and visitors travel to Hakone in the Kanagawa prefecture. Some of the best souvenirs are local foods from the area. Seasonal and local ingredients make the items more special.
There are many sweets and savory that can only be purchased in Hokkaido. Food souvenirs from Hokkaido use local ingredients. There are sweet and savory food souvenirs to satisfy anyone.
Japan is the land of sweet treats. At Haneda Airport, there are many well-known desserts sold as gifts. With so many delicious and different sweets to choose from, it can be hard to decide.
Tsumago-juku was a post town along Nakasendo. The town has been restored and it looks like a scene out of the Edo period. It is a great destination for tourist want to see old Japan.
Amezaiku is a traditional Japanese candy craft. Warm liquid sugar is molded into animals or shapes. This rare and beautiful craft is a must see while visiting Japan.
These are 10 of the best face washes sold in Japan. There is a face wash for every skin type. Japanese products try to use the most natural ingredients possible.
In Japan, there are some any different kinds of shampoo at the drugstore. Many products are made in Japan and many are cutting out sulfates and silicone. Find a shampoo to match your hair care needs.
Series 500 or Evangelion Shinkansen is a limited time themed bullet train for fans of Neon Genesis Evangelion. There are many photo opportunities, a themed cafe, and goods for sale for a limited time.
Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto is rich with history and it's a World Heritage Site. Come see different festivals every month and try local cuisine. Walk around to discover ancient Japanese history.
Setagaya Line runs through suburban Tokyo. Riding on the Setagaya Line tramway is not the only charm, this unexplored neighborhood has so much cool and vibrant local culture.
Miyama is a rural town surrounded by mountains in Kyoto. Traditions and customs from old Japan are still being taught. Learning traditions is a way to preserve the culture.
Akihabara in Tokyo is the place to go for anime, manga, cosplay, and electronics. Find computer parts and have lunch at a maid cafe. Some things can only be experienced here.
Asakusa has many things to do for the whole family. Walk through Sensoji Temple, eat traditional food, visit the Tokyo Skytree, and find a souvenir. Get a taste of traditional Japan.
Japan has elevated the quality of cheesecake. Now people might be more happy receiving a cheesecake as a souvenir than sushi. All of these delicious cheesecakes can be found in Tokyo.
Okinawa has many things to do such as sight-seeing at villages and islands. The local Okinawan cuisine cannot be eaten anywhere else. Come relax in this colorful tropical Islands.
There are many types of chocolate snack in Japan. New chocolates are being released to accommodate changing tastes. Matcha, white, and dark chocolate are being coming more popular.
Kikonai came into the spotlight after the Hokkaido Shinkansen Line opened in March 2016. Relax while being surrounded by nature and get involved with a traditional Japanese Festival.
Fake food can be found at almost every restaurant in Japan. Full sized fake food items are turned into mini replicas and sold as souvenirs. Craftsmen teach classes on how to make fake food.
Otaru is a major sightseeing spot and a port city in Hokkaido. Sushi and sake is the best local cuisine. Climbing to the top of Mt. Tengu ensures a spectacular view.
For some people, going to a Dagashi shop is nostalgic and for others it is their first time. Dagashi are snacks or sweets that are 100 yen or less. All ages enjoy Dagashi.
Here are the list of popular and famous souvenirs of Hokkaido in New Chitose airport. After you have enjoyed the fresh food during your stay, you should bring back those souvenirs.
How did people travelled from Kyoto to Tokyo a few hundred years ago? Let's visit Narai-juku, a preserved post town from Edo period, to find out!
100-yen shops are a kind of discount store where you can get various products only for 100 yen plus consumption tax. Daiso, Can-Do, Seria are top three 100-yen shops can be found any cities in Japan.
Ukai Fishing is a traditional Japanese fishing method and a spectacle with a history of more than 1,300 years that you can enjoy at the Nagara River in Gifu.
The Japanese traditional pastry, Castella, is something that everyone would immediately fall in love with its simple, delicious, and delicate flavor and taste.
Denbouin street in Asakusa is the perfect mix of modern Tokyo and old Edo Tokyo. You can find traditional shops and great restaurants that will leave a lasting impression.
Magomejuku, located in Nakatugawa City in Gifu Prefecture is a beautiful ancient small village in the mountains that exist since the Edo period (17th century) and is a must visit true hidden gem of Japan.
Have you ever heard of “Randoseru” that is a necessary item for almost all Japanese elementary school children. It had been supposed to be only for elementary school children, however, it has become popular among adults because of its efficiency.
Redhorse Osaka Wheel is a Ferris wheel established at the Lalaport EXPOCITY which is a large multipurpose commercial facility located in Osaka and newly opened on July 1, 2016.
Ouchijuku is a village made of over 30 traditional Japanese houses in Fukushima prefecture and it is getting a very popular destination for tourists these days.
Visit these 7 luxurious dessert shops while in you are in Ginza, Tokyo. They can take you to a world out of everyday life and give you an extraordinary experience!
The following list will cover some of the best treats to get in Depachika (Japanese department-store basements). Although you can find far more than just desserts we will be focusing on sweets for you or your family to enjoy.
There are several popular flea markets held in Kyoto every month. If you visit Kyoto on 15th, 21st or 25th, please try and visit one of the flea markets. You might find something a nice souvenir or your favorite goods there.
With the increase of the passengers using the Haneda Airport, the airport has been adding more spots which attract the passengers. Let me introduce some of the great spots in the Haneda Airport.
Inkan is a personal seal which are used instead of a sign in Japan. Inkan has one’s family name written in a circle or square and is customary to stamp documents.
There are a lot of delicious sweets available only in Hokkaido. Especially Shiroi Koibito, Marusei Butter Sando, Sanpouroku, Fruit Tomato Jelly and Nama Chocolate are the most popular sweets.
Don Quijote is one of the most popular shopping stores in Japan. They offer many attractive service such as tax free, delivery service and foreign currency payment for foreign tourists and very popular among them.
The Japanese drugstores will blow your mind with many varieties of makeup and beauty products. Here are 10 must-buy beauty products you need to try.