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  • Fujiya
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-2-15
    This is a store in Asakusa that specializes in tenugui (a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton) made with a traditional technique called “chusen-zome,” which consists of dyeing by pouring the color on the fabric and putting a special glue on areas not to be dyed. It is very popular in Asakusa for souvenirs, with its various tenugui dyed in the designs of lucky elements such as red sea bream, the Seven Deities and other designs of all seasons. Closed on Thursdays. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Nihombashi Saruya
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashimuromachi 1-12-5
    This yoji (skewer) shop founded in 1704 is a famous long-standing place that has been devoted to making yoji for more than 300 years. The yoji which are handmade one-by-one by dexterous shokunin (craftsmen) are precious works of rare beauty made from a high quality wood known as spicebush. The sets that come in a box of paulownia wood hand-painted with words of good omen as well as the eto yoji are popular as gifts or souvenirs. The tsujiura (slips of paper with a fortune-telling message) yoji that were familiar in the old red light districts and the cute yoji sets are popular among women. The closest station is Mitsukoshi-mae Station.
  • Haibara
    20 Reviews
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 2-7-1 Tokyo Nihonbashi Tower
    Founded in 1806, this long-established washi (Japanese paper) shop has steadfastly continued to support a lifestyle of washi for more than 200 years. Their “gampishi” with its smooth writing feel was sold to the commoners of Edo, and became famous for its solid reputation. The storefront features a diverse array of washi-based products including washi, Japanese trinkets, stationery, kinpu (envelopes for monetary gifts) and noshibukuro (paper bags in which to put presents), and conveys the essence of Edo to the present day. Works by some modern painters such as Takehisa Yumeji, Shibata Zeshin, and Kawanabe Kyosai are even incorporated in the products. The closest station is Nihombashi Station.

    This shop is a 'must visit' in Nihombashi. Less than 60 seconds walk from exit B6 Nihombashi Station on the Ginza Line! There is a wide, superb and colourful choice of quality handmade papers and...

  • Ginza Kumamoto Kan
    8 Reviews
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-3-16
    A shop selling local products from Kumamoto Prefecture located at 5 Chome Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo. Kumamoto treats and foods such as karashi renkon and Homare-no-Jindaiko, a popular local sweet, are sold on the first floor. The Asobi Bar on the second floor serves traditional cuisine and Kumamoto rice shochu from 28 distilleries.


  • The Skytree Shop
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2
    The official shop of Tokyo Skytree in Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo. The Skytree Shop is actually three shops located on floor 1, floor 5, and Tembo Deck Floor 345. The shop sells sweets, knickknacks, fashionable items, and a variety of other goods. Of course, you'll also find unique Tokyo Skytree merchandise sold no place else.
  • Jusanya
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 2-12-21
    A traditional Japanese boxwood comb shop founded in 1736 and located close to Shinobazu Pond in 2 Chome Ueno, Taito City, Tokyo. The shop sells combs carefully crafted individually by hand using premium Satsuma boxwood from Kagoshima. The domestically-grown boxwood used ensures the combs slide easily through hair, gives them a soft feel on the skin, and helps prevent static electricity buildup.
  • The Daiba (DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Location)
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-1-10 Diversity Tokyo Plaza 2F
    A souvenir shop located on the second floor of the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza mall in Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo. The shop carries Fuji TV merchandise and souvenirs such as items sold only in Odaiba. The shop is also adjoined by the Glico-ya, a store which carries merchandise related to the popular snack manufacturer Glico.
  • Asakusa Ojima (Denbouin Street location)
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-3-2
    A studio and store which makes and sells Edo kiriko cut glass located in Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo. The store at 2 Chome Asakusa sells kiriko glasses and knickknacks, while the workshop at 4 Chome holds short classes where you can cut your own design and make your very own Edo kiriko piece.
  • Roji Nihombashi
    3 Reviews
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 1-1-1
    A Kokubu select shop modeled after an Edo-period nagaya row house. Serving as a space where you can come in contact with the history of Kokubu foods as well as their future, the shop sells foods, snacks, and sakes. The shop also sells gift products and carries an array of products perfect for giving as a souvenir or present.


  • Mamegui Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi Store
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town/Sola Mathi 4F East Yard 10
    This sundries store is on the fourth floor of the Tokyo Solamachi merchandise building, near the Tokyo Skytree in Oshiage, Sumida Ward. Specializing in mamegui, a unique conceptual hand-size towelette, a miniature version of the traditional dyed tenugui towel, can easily fit in one's hand. They have many exclusive items sold only at this store, including sweets and teas wrapped in the mamegui towelette.
  • Tsumikusa
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujiminamichou 2-20-3 Kichijoji Flat 1F
    Tsumikusa is just a six-minute walk from the Koen exit of the Kichijoji Station. The Tsumikusa is a containers and tools store that opened in 2009 on a site along the Suehiro Boulevard in Kichijoji. The beautiful container and tools, created by artisans, exhibiting discriminating handiwork, are arranged on display in this store with a quintessentially serene feel of Japanese harmony. The owner travels around Japan looking for lacquer ware or glass, wood works or traditional local toys, which are easy to use in one's daily life, and will only become more beloved with use. Seasonally, exhibits for various artists are held.
  • Miyage Kasen Ueno
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 7-1-1 JR East Japan Ueno Station premises 3 Fecute Ueno
    This shop sells Ueno souvenirs, with a focus on Japanese sweets. It has a full selection of souvenir packs including Funawa sweet potato paste imoyokan. Their most popular goods include Ueno Zoo Panda themed Pantama versions of Funawa sweet bean dumplings decorated like adorable panda faces. They're sold in pairs, with one regular and one with a cute red ribbon!
  • Selected Western Confectioneries
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 3-3-2 First Passenger Terminal 2F
    This sweet shop is on the second floor of Haneda's Terminal 1, in the marketplace. They offer famous brands like Keith Manhattan, Yokumoku, and Tokyo Banana World.
  • Food Plaza
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 3-4-2 Second Passenger Terminal 3F Marketplace
    The Food Plaza is inside Marketplace one on the third floor of Haneda Airport Terminal 2. You can get fresh made deli foods, sweets, souvenirs and more here. The fresh baked croissants at PAUL are particularly popular, with lots of repeat customers even among airport staff. You can also find Airplane Chou at Dalloyau, with its airplane-shaped cookie decoration, and Haneda souvenirs available nowhere else at Gomajo Muhoan, with their rich, sesame-covered mochi Gomadango.
  • Marugoto Nippon Kura
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-6-7 Whole Man 1F
    Marugoto Nippon, opened in 2015, aims to introduce authentic, handmade delights and hidden specialties from all 47 prefectures of Japan to bring local goods under one roof. Kura a treasure trove of local luxury foods specially selected by eagle-eyed buyers.
  • Giftshop Kaomise
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 4-12-15 Kabuki-za Underground 2F
    Kaomise is a giftshop that sells kabuki goods and other Japanese interesting items, located at the Kabukiza Theater. You can also buy Japanese confectionary which is perfect for gifts and soft-serve ice cream for yourself.
  • GIFT SHOP The AkiBa
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-15-16 Akihabara Radio Hall 1F
    An Akihabara gift shop on the first floor of Akihabara Radio Kaikan. Find a variety of candy based on anime and video games and unique goods and gifts that you cannot get anywhere else. Signs are displayed in Japanese, English and Chinese.
  • Le Edo
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-7-1 Aqua City Odaiba 1F
    A souvenir shop which sells products only found in Tokyo and Odaiba. Located on the first floor of Aqua City Odaiba, the shop is a convenient place to drop buy and pick out a few quick souvenirs when you have no time. The colorful and cute interior is accented with bright reds. The shop's selection consists of an abundant variety of exclusive and limited souvenirs. You'll also find seasonal items here, and one of the great things about the shop's lineup is you're sure to have fun browsing no matter when you come. Accordingly, the shop is a popular destination not only for domestic tourists but also international tourists as well.
    6 Reviews
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 3-4-2 Haneda Airport 2nd Passenger Terminal 2F
    This souvenir shop is on the second floor of Haneda Airport's Terminal 2. They mainly sell Tokyo brands like Harajuku's Colomban, as well as old-school confectionery brands, trendy brands, staple products of various manufacturers, seasonal items, and more.


  • Marugoto Kochi, a Kochi Prefecture Satellite Shop
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 1-3-13 Orb Premier
    This satellite shop, is right by Ginza Itchome Station, in of Ginza 1 Chome, Chuo City. On the first floor and basement floor one, local artisan works and micro-brewed sakes are available, along with many specialty items from Kochi Prefecture. Tosa Dining Okyaku restaurant is on the second floor. Here, creative Tosa cuisine using produce from Kochi is deliciously prepared, and offered with Tosa microbrewery sake.

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