Shopping In Japan

Posted on by Chandan Sanwal

Shopping is always an important part when traveling. It is even more important and interesting in Japan, where you can find many unique and beautiful souvenirs to bring back to your home country.

Don’t think that you can bargain in every Asian country. Japan is the exception. Don’t try to bargain when going shopping in Japan, especially in large department stores. You can only ask for a small discount when you go to the flea markets. It is acceptable there.

If you want to save some money in your shopping, try flea markets and one hundred yen shops (100 yen equals about $0.99). Here you will find everything from cosmetics to cooking utensils. Do not miss it! These are the cheapest deals in Japan. Do you want to shop quickly and conveniently? Try Japanese street machines. They are everywhere in Japan. You can buy many types of food and drinks and even some electronic devices.

Unlike many other Asian countries where sellers try to take advantages of foreign customers, Japanese merchants are quite honest and fair. Although there may be exceptions, they are only the minority. Prices are generally reasonable and reflect the correct value of the products. Therefore, you do not have to pay attention to prices. Here’s how you waste time and effort. The usual result is even worse; you cannot find the same product anywhere else. Find Daily Deals and Specials on the over 50+ brands of Watches. Find men’s watches and ladies watches at World Of

If you find something you really like, do not miss it. Don’t think that all souvenir stores offer the same products and you can buy them in other places. Many regions and stores have unique things that you cannot find in anywhere else.

You should plan your shopping carefully the day before if you are in a big city, such as Tokyo or Kyoto. Finding the addresses is very difficult there, and traveling from one place to another is really tiring and expensive. Therefore, consult your map carefully and group all your desired destinations in advance. Be aware of the opening and closing time of the stores as well. Depending on the store, shopping hours are often from 10 am to 7-8p.m. Most major stores also open during the weekend but may not open on public holidays.

In Japan, people use cash mostly as a means of payment. Some big department stores may take credit cards, but in most places, people will not have any idea about what to do if you hand them a credit card. When bringing cash with you, remember to be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.

People often buy electronic goods, watches, and crafts when going to Japan. Many types of fun souvenirs are available, such as kimonos, paper lanterns, or Japanese dolls. If you are looking for cheap gifts, everyday objects are perfect. Your friends will love sticks, candies, saucers, etc. from Japan.



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