|Above, a 100-Yen store in Tokyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Suppose you are in Japan and you are near the end of your trip there and spent your money on food, accommodations and other things (like all those Godzilla toys you've been coveting), but you want to buy more things. What can you do?
Tsunagu Japan has 13 suggested items to consider. And, there're relatively cheap.
They begin with:
Souvenirs can be expensive, especially in a country like Japan where prices in general are high. The usual fans and kokeshi’s are nice, but why not try out these 13 relatively cheap Japanese souvenirs?
Note – you can save quite a bit of money by shopping at stores like 100 yen stores (Daie, Can★Do etc.) or Don Quijote! Products are generally cheaper there!To find out what the 13 items are, go here.