One of the pleasures of traveling is shopping. While some traditional products made with Japanese aesthetics like chopsticks, folding fans, and tenugui hand towels, as well as standard souvenirs like sweets made with matcha are recommended, lately many people have been buying products like stationery and items from 100 and 300 yen shops. Appliances, fashion, and cosmetics are also popular! If you're going to buy souvenirs as memories of your trip, you should also check the convenience stores! There should be some around your hotel and train station. There are limited edition products like sweets and liquor that are only sold in convenience stores, so please stop by when you get the chance.
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