6 souvenir shops you must visit in Japan 6 souvenir shops you must visit in Japan

6 souvenir shops you must visit in Japan


2019.03.27

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

6 souvenir shops you must visit in Japan

Japan has a shop for almost anything that you need or want to buy. Here, we give a rundown of various shops in Japan where you can look for souvenirs, trinkets or something special for yourself. These shops generally operate nationwide, so check if you can find them in your area.

  • 01

    Okashi no Machioka

    Okashi no Machioka

    Okashi no Machioka

    Are Matcha Kit Kat and Pocky on your shopping list for your trip to Japan? If so, Okashi no Machioka is the perfect place to get what you need and more! This discount candy shop has a rich variety of snacks and can be found in many popular areas of Tokyo, as well as some neighboring prefectures. Machioka often collaborates with well-known snack companies in Japan and sells store-only products, as well as carrying some items that aren’t readily available in supermarkets or convenience stores. They also sell Dagashi - cheap, classic Japanese treats for children that are often priced at less than 100 yen.

    Okashi no Machioka

    Okashi no Machioka

    โอคาชิโนะมาจิโอกะชินจูกุทางออกทิศตะวันตก
    place
    โตเกียวชินจูกุนิชิชินจูกุ1-12-1
    phone
    0333420321
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    KALDI COFFEE FARM

    KALDI COFFEE FARM

    KALDI COFFEE FARM

    KALDI COFFEE FARM is an affordable gourmet store specializing in food and drink items from both within and outside of Japan. As their name suggests, they take pride in their ample supplies of coffee from around the world, including Guatemala, Kenya and Indonesia, with a focus on eco-friendly/Fairtrade products. You can easily recognize this store by its iconic navy blue and yellow signs, with attendants often handing out coffee samples at the store front. They have numerous branches in the Tokyo area, as well as at least one branch in each of Japan’s prefectures.

    KALDI COFFEE FARM

    KALDI COFFEE FARM

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    place
    โตเกียวเซทางาย่าคิทาซาวะ2-25-19
    phone
    0357900295
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    Seijo Ishii

    Seijo Ishii

    Seijo Ishii

    Seijo Ishii is a specialist supermarket that provides high quality food products at affordable prices. Their stores can be found in many of the big cities in and around Tokyo. Some of their branches (including Lumine Shinjuku, Lumine Yokohama and Tokyo Dome City Laqua) offer tax-free shopping for overseas visitors to Japan. In addition to their wide selection of imported food items, their private label known as “desica” features an exquisite collection of products using ingredients hand-picked by Seijo Isihi’s chef. When in store, remember to look for their strawberry butter spreads, wasanbon (fine-grained Japanese sugar) polvorones and pasta sauces.

    Official website

    Seijo Ishii

    Seijo Ishii

    Wasanbon polvorones

    Wasanbon polvorones

    Supermarket SEIJO ISHII / village SEIJO ISHII Diver City Tokyo Plaza
    place
    Tokyo Koto Aomi 1 1 10 Diver City Tokyo Plaza 2 F
    phone
    03-3527-6150
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    MEIDI-YA

    MEIDI-YA

    MEIDI-YA

    MEIDI-YA is a must-visit gourmet supermarket with a great selection of high-quality food, including a wide array of international products. This classy supermarket has plenty of branches around Tokyo and several other prefectures. One thing you can't miss is their in-house brand, particularly their gourmet tinned food series called Oishii Kanzume (“Delicious canned food” in English). There are more than 50 products in this series, such as stewed miso beef tendon, smoked fatty salmon belly and premium corned beef. These ready-to-eat products can be served as a meal or as finger food to accompany a drink.

    Official website

    Oishii Kanzume

    Oishii Kanzume

    MEIDI-YASTORE(เมย์จิยะสโตร์)คิจิโจจิสโตร์
    place
    โตเกียวเมืองมูซาชิโนะคิจิโจจิฮนโจ2-3-1โตคิวคิจิโจจิใต้ดินชั้นหนึ่ง
    phone
    0422215301
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    Platina Donki

    Platina Donki

    Platina Donki

    Don Quijote (commonly known as Donki to shoppers in Japan) is a popular discount chain store that boasts a vast range of items, ranging from electronics to food, cosmetics, high-brand watches and bags. In 2015, they opened Platinum Don Quijote (known as Platina Donki) in Shirokanedai, which is one of the most affluent residential districts in Tokyo. This store stocks a lot of organic food products, luxury household items and sake from well-known breweries in Japan, as well as low-price everyday necessities that you see in regular Donki stores. Those with foreign passports are eligible for tax free shopping, so make sure you stop by and grab a bargain!

    Platina Donki

    Platina Donki

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    place
    โตเกียวมินาโตชิโระคาเนะได3-15-5
    phone
    0570063511
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    PLAZA

    PLAZA

    PLAZA

    If you’re obsessed with cosmetics and skin care products, PLAZA is the perfect place to check out the latest trends in the Japanese beauty scene. PLAZA stores are located in department stores and shopping malls around Tokyo and many other major cities in Japan. Their stores are usually small but packed with all sorts of top-ranked products in Japan, including make up, hair care, accessories, bags and everyday necessities. If you happen to be a fan of classic characters such as Barbapapa, Suzy's Zoo, The Simpsons and Care Bears, you can find numerous branded items featuring these American icons.

    PLAZA

    PLAZA

    PLAZASHIBUYA109
    place
    โตเกียวชิบูย่าโดเง็นซากะ2-29-1SHIBUYA109B2F
    phone
    0334775001
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