Updated: November 07, 2018
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Japan's ¥100 Stores, A Great Place For Souvenirs (shh)!

What you can find at a ¥100 Store and why you should go! Japanese ¥100 stores are possibly the best possible place to get souvenirs from your friends. You'll definitely get tons of requests from your friends of things to bring back. You can stop by a ¥100 store and make everyone happy without breaking the bank!

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Japan's ¥100 Stores!

If you're visiting Japan for the first time, you'll be amazed at all the cool things you can find here. From food to kitchen equipment and gardening tools to iPhone accessories. It's a really a paradise for good finds. The quality is good and it's only ¥100!
When you told your friends back home you were visiting Japan, many of them probably requested a ton of different things. Now, Japan already has the reputation of being expensive, but it doesn't have to be! In fact, you can get a lot of your souvenirs at the ¥100 store (shhh!).
If you have a Disney loving friend, these make for simple and cute souvenirs.
Daiso has so many fun and cool kitchen tools you can bring back. They will be surely be impressed by the ingenuity of these gadgets. For example, a mould to make cute rice shapes for your kids' lunch or the one shown above that makes omelettes cute.
You will, undoubtedly, have someone ask you for Japanese make-up. You can make everyone happy without breaking the bank.
People will also surely ask you for some "kawaii" accessories. These headphones are only ¥200.
A cute iPhone case is always a good idea. They have the name of the animal written in Japanese for those you know back home who want to learn Japanese.
These incredibly cute berets are a great souvenir for your fashionista niece who can brag about getting it from Japan. It's a collaboration with a Japanese brand and is only 200 yen!
This traditional Japanese toy makes for a very cool gift too. It won't take up too much space in your luggage either.
This cute keychain is a classic souvenir to bring back! A piece of real looking sushi. If you bring it back for yourself, you'll be reminded of all the delicious food you had while visiting Japan.
Finally, if you're packing and realized you ran out of space, you can pick up a backpack for only 300. It's also a super cute souvenir to bring back for anyone.
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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