A definite must for Japanese souvenir and gift buying. The shelves are packed and the walls are lined with every type of ... More
Takumi Craft Shop
A definite must for Japanese souvenir and gift buying. The shelves are packed and the walls are lined with every type of Japanese folkcraft product available—pottery, textiles, lacquerware, hand-made paper, bamboo basket weave, folk toys, and even some metalwork. Items spill out onto the street, enticing customers with a display of wonderful colors and unusual items. The friendly staff is willing to help those with questions, so do not be afraid to ask.
E Hotel Higashi Shinjuku is located at the corner of main streets as a landmark, just next to main exit
of Higashi Shinjuku Station of Oedo and Fukutoshin line of Tokyo Metro, and easily accessible from JR Shinjuku Station ...
Possibly the most famous of souvenir shops, Oriental Bazaar is also the most imaginatively laid out. There are four floors
and the higher you go, the more expensive the items get. The basement stocks bright, cheap and cheerful, touristy ...
Kiddy Land sells toys, trinkets and accessories. The merchandise is global, making it a great place to buy not only
Doraemon and Sanrio products, but also anything from the Moomins to Spiderman. The shop is closed on every third ...