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July 26, 2017

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*This program was first broadcast on Jun. 21, 2017

Tokyo's Spectacular Souvenirs

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From traditional Japanese handicrafts to the latest technological gadgets, Tokyo is paradise for souvenir shoppers. Today we'll look at some of the latest trends in shopping for souvenirs in Tokyo.

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Asoko Boutique store in Harajuku with unique, reasonably-priced items. Its tagline reads "add some surprise to your life." Features items like lipstick-shaped pens and rotating photo displays.

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Tokyu Hands Shibuya Tokyo's pioneer lifestyle retailer. Carries over 100,000 items, including stationery and health care products. Popular items include erasable pens, unique toothbrushes and nail clippers.

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Beams Japan This branch of the famous apparel boutique carries a selection of souvenirs. Features a large variety of high-quality Japanese-style products. Its logos based on Japan's prefectures are especially popular.

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Isetan Shinjuku Store A long-established department store supported by a wide strata of customers. Popular items include custom-fit pillows, magic tricks, and Japanese-style backpacks.

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Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store A large department store with many services targeted at customers from abroad. Its cosmetics and baby care items are best-sellers.

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Nihonbashi Toyamakan A boutique store specializing in products from Toyama Prefecture, including handicrafts such as traditional bells and serveware. Many products influenced by Toyama's proximity to the sea.

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1) Asoko
Address: 6-27-8 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
2) Tokyu Hands Shibuya
Address: 12-18 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku
3) Beams Japan
Address: 3-32-6 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
4) Isetan Shinjuku Store
Address: 3-14-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
5) Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store
Address: 1-28-1 Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku
6) Nihonbashi Toyamakan
Address: 1-2-6 Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku

Reporter

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Winnie Hsu

Nationality:
Taiwanese
Occupation:
Student
When did you first come to Japan?:
October 2013
Reason for coming to Japan:
I have been interested in Japanese culture as well as the delicate and cute Japanese goods since I was a kid. Therefore, when I came across the opportunity to study in Japanese colleges, I did not have a slight hesitation! Arriving in Tokyo by myself at the age of 18, I embarked a great journey from then. My decision to come to Japan is probably my best decision so far! I am truly in love with the city, and embracing the everyday challenges and excitement. And I want to share with more people the wonderful things in Tokyo.