ARE YOU LOOKING FOR JAPANESE SOUVENIR?
DO YOU KNOW JAPANESE FURIKAKE?
Japanese people like hot rice sprinkled with furikake or dried powder of fish, seaweeds, vegetables etc. Furikake is very light and compact, so it’s convenient to send or carry all the way to your country.
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED JAPANESE INSTANT MISO SOUP?
Japanese instant miso soup is very easy to make. You have to just put the powder in a soup cup and pour hot water over it. It is also light and convenient to carry.
DON’T YOU THINK KANJI IS COOL?
Kanji (Chinese characters) T-shirt and seals of Chinese characters of your name are popular souvenir for visitors from all over the world. It’s fun to find out kanji that expresses your name’s original meaning.
TRY TO USE JAPANESE FUROSHIKI.
Furoshiki is a Japanese wrapping cloth that usually Japanese traditional patterns are printed on. Exotic color and patterns are very impressive and filled with gracious Japanese atmosphere.
DO YOU KNOW JAPANESE CHIYOGAMI?
The word Chiyogami comes from the roots chiyo (thousand generation) and gami (paper). Chiyogami is Washi paper that has been hand stenciled or printed with traditional Japanese imagery using bright colors and patterns. Chiyogami has been traditionally used to craft paper object especially dolls. But chiyogami itself is very beautiful and attractive, so it’s good for souvenir from Japan.
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED TO USE JAPANESE CHOPSTICKS, HASHI?
Japanese lacquered chopsticks are very beautiful. They are usually made of wood or bamboo and colored in deep red, blue, green, purple, black, and so on. They usually have patterns on them, such as cherry flowers, Japanese apricot flowers, butterflies, birds etc. It’s sometimes very difficult even for Japanese people to pick up a pea with their tips. If you are interested in using Hashi, take your own Hashi to your country and enjoy your exotic meal time at home.