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3 Biggest 100-Yen Stores You Should Know In Japan

100-yen stores are becoming more and more popular for foreign visitors. You can buy good products for only 100 yen(about 1$) per item. There are so many 100 yen shops in Japan, and these are the 3 biggest shops.

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5 Recommended Goods In Japanese 100-Yen Stores!

100-yen stores called 100-kin(hyakkin) have become popular as the new sightseeing spot, where you can buy a lot of interesting goods that you probably don't see in your country for 100yen (about 1 dollar).

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3 Traditional Japanese Dolls You Might Want To Get

In Japan, there are many iconic and cute characters in anime and manga. But even before anime and manga are invented, Japanese people were already creative in that field.

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World-Famous Japanese Modernized Traditional Craft, Nambu Ironware

Have you heard of Nambu Ironware? Nambu Ironware, also know as Nambu Tekki, is one of the traditional crafts of Japan. It's getting popular worldwide.

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5 Modern Ways Japanese People Use Furoshiki

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth which you can use in a number of ways. It's hard to believe that it's just a flat designed cloth. Here are common 5 ways of using Furoshiki!

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3 Situations You Can Benefit From Having Furoshiki

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth which you can use in a number of ways. Here are three of the examples you can try in daily life.

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Furoshiki: Japanese Traditional Magic Cloth

Do you know Furoshiki? Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth which has been used for more than 1000 years in Japan. Not only its design, but the usefulness is amazing. It can contain most things.

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5 Ways To Use Sensu In Japanese Way

I'm sure you've seen sensu before. Sensu is a Japanese folding fan which is a folding fan in Japanese. Sensu is a very popular souvenir for foreign tourists because there are many kinds of beautiful ones.

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Japanese Hand-Made Lantern Gives You Comfort And Warmth

The lantern, named Komorebi, is crafted from a cedar sheet of Kyoto. The engraving is realized by hand by a master artisan of Japan. This will definitely gives you comfort and warmth in your heart.

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Takeshi Nishimura: One Of The Best Craftsmen In Japan

Here we would like to introduce one of the most skillful craftsman in Japan. His name is Takeshi Nishimura, known as a Yuzen Chokoku artist. He respects the traditional Japanese craftworks, but also tries to creates new style of products.

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