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Dubai shopping festival 2020-21: All you need to know
Dubai Shopping festival 2020-21 to be held from Sat, Dec 26, 2020 – Sun, Jan 24, 2021. Dubai as a destination is heaven for shopaholics, joy f...
Mercado de antigüedades
Cada tanto se celebran los mercados de antigüedades en varios lugares. Aqui en Yurakucho, se ven muchos kimonos y cerámicas japoneses. Sobretodo...
En Tomioka-hachangu, hay rastro. Se encontrarán varios utensilios antiguos,sobretodo objetos de Japón. He comprado kimonos de la niña con color l...
Barrio de los utensilios de la cocina
Este barrio se llama "Kappa-bashi ". Aquí hay de todo. Fundamentalmente las tiendas de aquí son para los profesionales. Pero ahora nos venden para...
Tiendas en la estación
En grandes estaciones hay zona comercial dentro del recinto de las estaciones. Para los que trabajan hasta muy tarde, estas tiendas son muy conve...
Shinjuku Shopping: Best Places to Shop
There is always something to do in the central hub of Japan and shopping sprees are no exception. One of the best places experiences you can get is ...
"I hope you like it, Mom!" – 5 best souvenirs for women
“T-chan, please help me. I want to buy something for my mother.” “I have the worst taste in gifts for my girlfriend." No worries. I'm here for yo...
If you visit Sapporo, I recommend to go to Norbesa Building. It's 300m away to west from Susukino Station, and this building has a ferris wheel on th...
Travel around Japan at Nihonbashi, Tokyo
Even you have only limited time in Japan, you can see crafts from all over Japan at the Antenna shops at Nihonbashi, Tokyo. When I visited Toyama-ka...
Kimono-like wine bottle cover
I was strolling in Kagurazaka town, where I met beautiful wine bottle covers as in pictures! Kagurazaka is located just in the middle of Tokyo's 23...
Major tourist destinations in Japan have these type of umbrellas, which are good selling at souvenir shops! Samurai soldiers are entirely extinct ...
Tokyo, Buddha statue gallery
I like statue of Buddha. When I see these figures, I am sometimes mesmerized by their spiritual and healing power. Buddha Statue gallery, ISM, Aoyama ...
Anything really Japanese?
A good selection of crafts What do you want to buy as a souvenir in Tokyo? I recommend two stores in Tokyo. One is Japan Traditional Crafts Aoyama ...
Took a walk Omotesandō
Omotesandō is the most sophisticated shopping street in Tokyo. Both sides of the street are lined with cutting edge stores from overseas. Omotesando ...
Do you konw Japanese vending machines?
You have vending machines in your country and so do we. However, our vending machines may be a little bit different from yours. I have found these v...
Shopping in Japan: 10 Great Places
Japan is a shoppers paradise. The top 10 best places for shopping in Japan are Harajuku, Shibuya, Shinsaibashi shopping street, Minato mirai, Canal ci...
Nishiki food market and shopping street
Let's walk along Nishiki and Teramachi street Nishiki food market Nishiki street was called "The kitchen of Kyoto" Walking along the street,...
Beginners' Crash Course in Tokyo's Street Fashion
Beginners' Crash Course in Tokyo's Street Fashion For those who are beginners in the 'fashion arena', you will have to get familiar with what...
For Fashion Week Addicts: Watch Live Tokyo Fashion Week TV
Watch Fashion Week Live Can't get enough of Fashion Week? Are you seeing models strutting the runways in your dreams? Is every other word tha...
Shibuya's Very Own Fashion Week 2014
Shibuya Fashion Week Under the wings of the official Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo, Shibuya hosts its very own fashion week from October ...
OMOTESANDO: Your Second Home to Louis Vuitton and Prada
Omotesando as a fashion shoppers paradise Omotesando is another great shopping destination next to Ginza for hardcore fashion shoppers. Bu...
ODAIBA: Let's Take a Vacation to Tokyo's Man-Made Island!
Odaiba with a little bit of history Odaiba (also otherwise known as Daiba), is an artificial man-made island situated beside the Tokyo Bay...
Harajuku Street Fashion
When you say Japanese street fashion, this one name comes into mind: Harajuku. But what and where is Harajuku, really? Harajuku refers to the area...
SHIBUYA: Tokyo's Center of Trends
Another great place to go shopping in metro Tokyo is Shibuya. Shibuya is one of Tokyo's 23 special wards where the popular fashion streets of ...
GINZA: Tokyo's Premiere Upscale Shopping District
Ginza is Tokyo's most expensive district for shopping, dining, and entertainment. It is where the higher class of Japanese society usuall...
More Shopping Choices @ Seibu Department Store
Seibu is a 10-floor ladies’ and men’s fashion department store which is divided into two buildings adjacent to each other. Wing A is concentra...
Tower Records: Japan's Music Retail Store
If you are one of those Japanese music enthusiasts, then I bet you would want to drop by a music store to check out some Japanese music CDs of...
Disney Toys and Souvenirs at the Shibuya Disney Store
Within the boundaries of the Shibuya Koen-doori lies the famous Disney Store which is based on a Disney Fantasy Gate concept design. The ...
On-the-go Shopping at Shibuya Mark City
Shibuya Mark City is a shopping complex directly connected to the JR Shibuya station. The goods sold in Mark City are usually women’s ...
Spice Up Your Lifestyle with Shibuya Loft
Shibuya Loft is a shopping establishment for hobby and craft items similar to Tokyu Hands. It features 7 floors of various goods and commoditi...
Don Quijote: Your One-Stop Shop
Don Quijote, or commonly called Donki by the locals, is one of those Japanese favorite discount stores (and probably the most popular). You ca...
Parco: Shibuya's Home for Pop Culture and Fashion
Shibuya Parco is an establishment which caters to both your Tokyo life entertainment and shopping needs. The famous Mugiwara ONE PIECE shop an...
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