If you like buying souvenirs you may be interested in the best Japanese souvenirs you should buy in Tokyo. Insider Monkey’s latest article has given us some really amazing ideas of shopping souvenirs. When traveling I like buying souvenirs to my beloved ones who are at home. So I always check little markets, souvenir shops and love finding out what is the best gift for my friends, and relatives. On the other hand I really appreciate when I can get presents from my friends also, who travel somewhere in the world. I am happy with a simple postcard, too, so nobody should spend a fortune on my gifts.
I also buy some souvenirs for myself, I like candles, shells, scarves and little jewelries. But what can we buy in Japan? This country is a very unique one with its long standing traditions and ancient culture. I love Japan and once I will surely visit there.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best Japanese souvenirs you should buy in Tokyo from their list.
The first one is tea. Without a shadow of a doubt Japan is one of the largest tea consumer of green tea or Matcha. As for me, i don’t really like green tea, when I have tea, I drink herb or fruit teas, especially when I am ill. If you visit the local tea shops and buy a pack or two of green tea and make your loved ones happy. It’s also very affordable, so it’s a win-win situation. The second idea is kitchen knives. This is a great tip if you like cooking. As for me, I love creating delicious meals in the kitchen, so knives are always good ideas for me to buy or to get as presents. The last item from Insider Monkey’s list is cat goods. Well, although I love cats, (I have four) I am not long figurines like this. But I know lots of people love buying littles decorations related to cats and other animals. You can also visit some cat cafes while you’re there and have a cup of coffee while a cat rests beside you. This is an ideal gift for a friend who loves cats. So if you adore cats – what else can be better for you as souvenirs from Japan?