DAISO 100 Yen Shop

An inexpensive souvenir shopping experience

By Valentina Saavedra    - 2 min read

Marked by the neon pink sign, DAISO can be hard to miss. This 100 yen store carries everything from cute erasers and pens to practical items like USB cords and vacuum seal bags.

At DAISO, you can feed your desires to impulse buy. More importantly, however, you can also find souvenirs for your friends and family without burning a hole in your wallet.

Stationary

Japan is known for its legendary stationery selections. Whether you are looking for journals and pens or stickers and colorful tape, finding these items at an affordable price can be difficult. DAISO carries a variety of items in this category that will surely fill your needs.

"Kawaii" Items

Who wouldn't want something that embodies cuteness? Items like key chains, coin purses, socks, and makeup bags that are "kawaii" are in no shortage.

Makeup and Skincare

J-Beauty products have become sought after items to bring home after a vacation to Japan. Bring home some face masks, eye shadows, and brushes for only 100 yen each. There are also fake eyelashes, bath petals, and makeup cleaners available for purchase.

Classic Souvenirs

In addition to sake shot glasses and cups with classic designs, DAISO also stocks fun ramen bowls and chopsticks that anyone would appreciate as a gift from Japan.

Snacks

Last but not least, unique snacks from Japan can call anyone's attention. Buy a couple of bags and you are set!

Locations

Whether you need something you forgot to pack or you just want to buy some fun gifts, DAISO is the perfect one stop shop! There are many places where you can find DAISO. The most accessible DAISO stores in the Tokyo area are located in Harajuku, Shinjuku, and Bunkyo.

1. Harajuku
1-19-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

2. Shinjuku
6 Chome−27−12, Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan

3. Bunkyo
1 Chome-2-3 Kasuga, Bunkyo City, Tokyo 112-0003, Japan

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Valentina Saavedra

Valentina Saavedra @valentina.saavedra

Marketing Intern at JapanTravel currently traveling in Tokyo for the summer and Student at Duke University 

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