Souvenirs Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Marugoto Kochi, a Kochi Prefecture Satellite Shop
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    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.

    In Ginza, there are shops that sell food from different prefectures of Japan and this one is for Kochi-ken.(Kochi perefecture. They are known for Ayu from Shimanto river and also for katsuo(bonito...

  • Ginza Kumamoto Kan
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    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.

    いきなり饅頭が欲しくて行きました。ところがホットケースの中は空でした。仕方無い、持ち帰り用を買って帰ろうとレジ前の冷凍ケースの中を見ると、1個ずつバラのと、2個組み3個組みが有りましたが、饅頭の色の違いも有って、全種類1個ずつ買うにはどれを選べば良いのか?とレジにいたスタッフに声をかけました。するとカウンターの中の女性は私と目が合った後、隣の年配の男性の顔を見ました。そして男性スタッフも私を見まし...

  • Haibara
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    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.

    Bought stationery sets, greeting cards, planners, giftwrapping paper after finding delight in this stores inspired creations. Easily accessible through Nihonbashi exit of Tokyo...

  • The Daiba (DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Location)
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    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.
  • Isetatsu (Yanaka Main Store)
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    Tokyo Taito-ku Yanaka 2-18-9
    A publisher of Edo style chiyogami paper and omocha-e (ukiyo-e style toy pictures). It was founded in 1864. In addition to more than 1,000 kinds of chiyogami and omocha-e, they also handle Japanese stationery and papier-mache lucky charms. Their signature Edo chiyogami features washi paper block printed by hand with bright and colorful patterns. Chiyogami, which each pattern reflects the poetic aspects of life, is a traditional craft popular with international travelers. The popular product finds itself incorporated into various items worldwide, including Christmas cards and notebook covers.

    I read a lot of wonderful reviews about Isetatsu before coming to Tokyo and the experience certainly was worth the visit. This heritage paper salon contains many exquisite Chiyogami, traditional...

  • Roji Nihombashi
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    5 Reviews
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    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.

    This has got to be the most unique canned food shop Ive ever seen. All the canned food looks very premium and used premium ingredients. I was so curious and bought nearly one of each to try! I had...

  • Selected Western Confectioneries
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    12 Reviews
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    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.

    この店はめずらしいポップコーン専門店である。いかにも東京でしか売っていないタイプの土産物として、羽田空港第一ターミナルのゲート内売店にある販売コーナー。

  • Hachijo Mingei Yamashita
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    8 Reviews
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    Tokyo Hachijomachi Mitsune 1029-7
    "This folk craft store is located about five minutes away from Hachijojima Airport by car, distinguished by the retro play equipment placed at its front. They deal in goods related to Hachijojima's traditional silk fabric ""Kihachijo,"" which is based on three colors: yellow, marigold and black. The most popular ""Kihachijo sable"" is a lovely Hachijojima handmade shortbread cookie in the shape of a kimono. Its rich flavor, which comes from an ample usage of Hachijo butter, makes it a popular item with many repeat buyers. There are plenty of smaller items, too, that make use Kihachijo obi cloth, such as wallets and card cases. Searching for your favorite item is fun. The store holds hands-on looming classes, using real looms, so that you can feel closer to Kihachijo (reservations required)."

    You can experience weave machine. its 2,500 JPY and takes about 1 hour. You can choose some colors and create a little coaster. Because experts complete our work, so your coaster will be delivered...

  • Miyabi Kobo Otama Umaimonokan
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    6 Reviews
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    Tokyo Kyoto Nishitama-gun Hinodemachi Oguno 6700
    Miyabi Kobo and Otama Umaimonokan stocks delicious food from the Otama District. Including Kunsei Cheese, which is smoked by a generous amount of 100% natural cherry chips, and is made piece by piece taking great care and time. It also sells a wide variety of other delicious food, folk crafts, and furniture.

    燻製チーズが名物で何種類か試食できます。燻製チーズ以外のおみやげも試食できます。ヒノキで作ったアロマオイルも置いてあって、試供できます。

  • Calbee Plus Tokyo Station
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1
    Calbee’s own specialty shop, located inside the Tokyo Okashi Land shopping facility connected directly to the Yaesu Central Entrance of Tokyo Station on floor B1. In addition to selling products normally only available in specific areas throughout the country, the shop also lets visitors taste fresh, handmade snacks. Here you can watch snacks which bring out the true flavor of potatoes like potato chips and the novel Poteriko being made right in front of you while you shop.
  • Gin no Budo (Daimaru Tokyo Shop)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Omaru Tokyo 1F
    This Western confectionary shop is located on the first floor of Daimaru Tokyo, a department store connected directly to JR Tokyo Station. The shop sells Kagomori Cheesecake Shirara, a Tokyo souvenir standard; as well as petit gateau chocolat, puddings, tarts, lemon cakes, and more. The popular Shirara is a fresh sweet and one of the shop's signature products; it is made with fresh cheese and strained to give it a light and fluffy texture. Customers love its light sweetness, and the fact that it is not overly-filling despite its substantial appearance. It also tastes great with a dollop of mango or raspberry sauce on top.

    栗の味とお芋の味がたっぷり味わえる一品です。サイズは小さめながらなかなか濃厚なので食べごたえありです。お値段も手頃で、モンブラン好きにはたまらない商品です

  • Arai Bunsendo (Nakamise Shop)
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    Tokyo Taito-ku Asakusa 1-30-1
    A store specializing in folding fans located on Nakamise Shopping Street, one of the oldest shopping streets in Japan. They have an array of fans for everything from daily use to training in the performing arts. The long-standing shop attracts dancers, kabuki actors, geisha, rakugo performers, etc. Their original hand block printed pochi-bukuro petite envelopes and four-cornered Edo Ichimonji style paper fans make popular Asakusa souvenirs. They also do custom-made fans with a choice of materials and designs that make great birthday presents or gifts for that special someone.

    雷門柳小路に,老舗の扇子屋さん「荒井文扇堂」があります。店構えも趣があり,美しい扇子や団扇を見ているだけで気持ちが浮き立ちます。浅草に行ったら是非訪れたいお店です。

  • Mingei Aki
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    4 Reviews
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    Tokyo Hachijojimahachijomachi Hachi Maru Machi Mitsune 1542
    "This souvenir shop is marked by its exterior with a kominka (old house) style. A wide variety of souvenirs such as locally sourced and produced products, local confectionery, and folk crafts are available in this quaint tatami-filled shop. The eye-catching, bright yellow ""Kihachijo"" is a silk fabric dyed using plants that naturally grow on the island. Small items made from this fabric, like pouches and card cases, make for perfect Hachijojima souvenirs. A wide range of foods made with ""ashitaba,"" which has a unique bitterness that's sure to become a favorite and Hachijojima and Aogashima islands' potato liquors. Many people enjoy coming to look at the rich variety of original T-shirts."

    おしゃれな古民家のお土産屋さん。 中に入ってみると、民芸品や面白いTシャツ、美味しそうなお菓子や調味料などなど… 沢山あって迷いました。笑 また八丈島に行く際には立ち寄ろうと思います。

  • The Skytree Shop
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    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.
  • Crystal Planet (Tokyo Tower Store)
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakoen 4-2-8 Japan Radio Tower Building 2F
    A gift shop and boutique located on the second floor of Foot Town underneath Tokyo Tower a five-minute walk from the Akabanebashi Exit of Akabanebashi Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line. The shop carries a wide variety of Tokyo Tower souvenirs, delicate and elegant Japanese goods and accessories, snacks and desserts, and more. The shop also offers an abundant array of original merchandise sold no place else, such as its Tokyo Tower Memo Pads, and Tokyo Tower mini models. In addition, the store sells a selection of healing crystals and power stones.

    Efter att ha betraktat Tokyo Tower blir ett besök här en rätt bra avrundning på turen. Souvenirer, Hello Kitty, hantverk, mat, kakor mm. Rena och moderna ytor. Helt klart värt ett besök.

  • Asakusa Ojima (Denbouin Street location)
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    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.
  • Edo Toys Nakamise Sukeroku
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    Tokyo Taito-ku Asakusa 2-3-1
    "The only hobby shop in Japan specializing in small toys from the Edo period is located near the end of Nakamise Shopping Street. It sells miniature toys that originated during the reign of Tokugawa Yoshimune, the eighth shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate. The small toy animals with humorous expressions came about due to an Edo period ban on luxuries. During the period conspicuous consumption by wealthy merchants became illegal, including large and lavish toys. In response, artisans began making these tiny, elaborate items that made as small as possible or incorporated clever wordplay into their designs. These include little dogs with bamboo baskets referring to the Japanese character for ""laughter"" and red owls whose color is believed to have the power to protect people from evil."

    浅草寺仲見世通り商店街にある江戸玩具専門店です。店内には職人さんによって手造りされた江戸玩具などが所狭しと並んでいます。浅草観光記念になりそうなものばっかりでした。江戸玩具ファンの方におすすめです。

  • Anbo Asakusa Main Store
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    Tokyo Taito-ku Asakusa 1-21-12
    Anbo Dying's main shop. Founded in 1907, they specialize in dyed goods, hanten winter short coats, and tenugui handkerchiefs. In a part of town away from the busy shopping street, their tenugui are carefully dyed one by one in a variety of colors and patterns. In an age of mechanized efficiency, most of their items are crafted by skilled artisans. Made at their own factory, the quality of their goods is standardized. Every month they have new items on display, so it's fun to drop by from time to time. You can also order Hawaiian shirts made from your favorite tenugui.

    浅草寺仲見世通り商店街の西側にある明治40年創業の手ぬぐいの老舗です。落ち着いた雰囲気の店内には、いろいろな種類の和柄の手ぬぐいなどが並んでいました。手ぬぐいは実に日本らしい商品だと思いますので、外国人観光客の日本土産としてもおすすめです。

  • Fujiya
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    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
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    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.

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