|Above, a great place to buy many of the items on the list is at Asakusa's Nakamise Street. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Tsunagu Japan has posted their "2016 edition" of 30 "must-buy" souvenirs from Japan.
Some on the list were bought when Denise, Aiden and I went there last October. I have also purchased some during prior trips. Last October, we purchased cooking knives, yukatas and chopsticks (and we received some as gifts as well).
Not on the list, but are must-buys for Godzilla fans, are Godzilla toys. I did purchase a couple of Bandai 1968 Godzilla toys (one for Aiden and one for myself) while there.
|Above, the 1968 Godzilla toy I bought for myself. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Have you ever wondered what to take home as a Japanese souvenir? Here's a list of 30 Japanese things, including food, traditional crafts, practical everyday items, and fun stuff! Look through the list and look for one that best suits you or the person you are planning to give the souvenir to!To see the complete list, go here.