Check Out These Shops for Cute and Cool Japanese Souvenirs!
Jul 23, 2018
Most tourists don’t want to go back home without picking up some cute and detailed Japanese goods and souvenirs to remember their trip by. In this article, we would like to introduce you to some shops inside the Shinjuku Mylord department store where you can buy some Japanese souvenirs. Household goods made in Japan are the perfect souvenir for your friends and loved ones, and will hopefully make their day to day life a little more wonderful.
There are four shops that sell Japanese souvenirs on Mosaic Street, a street that runs from Shinjuku Station’s West Exit to South Exit. Let’s go and check them out!
The first shop we would like to introduce is located right by the Shinjuku Station West Exit entrance to Mosaic Street. If you’re looking for traditional Japanese souvenirs, this is the place! They offer hand towels and other daily goods that mix traditional Japanese design with modern styling for undeniably high-quality goods and gifts.
Koiki was born out of the desire to express the natural beauty and customs of Japan, so you can certainly find goods that will make your daily life a little more beautiful at this shop.
Hours of Operation: 10:00～21:00
Telephone Number: 03-3349-5664
Address: Shinjuku Mylord, Mosiac Street, 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo-to
On the same side of the street as Koiki you will find Makanai Cosme, a Japanese cosmetics brand with a white rabbit logo. Makanai Cosme was originally part of Yoshitaka Kinpaku Honpo (Yoshitaka’s Gold Leaf Shop), which was founded in 1899 in in Kanazawa City in Ishikawa Prefecture.
The women who worked in extremely dry and hot conditions making the gold leaves at the Yoshitaka factory were worried about the condition of their skin. Cosmetics that were gentle on the skin started to be handmade using Japanese ingredients (including konnyaku jelly, washi paper, rice bran, silk, soy beans, brown sugar and of course gold leaves) found in the homes of the workers.
These days, these cosmetics are sold not only domestically but also overseas, and are popular with women of all ages. These cosmetics are highly recommended for those looking for cosmetics made with natural ingredients.
Hours of Operation:10:00～21:00
Telphone Number: 03-3349-5632
Address Shinjuku Mylord, Mosaic Street, 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo-to
Across from the popular vegan restaurant Mister Farmer is a small daily goods shop called Nippon CHACHACHA. This brand was started with the goal of garnering more interest in Japanese souvenirs.
There is a wide selection of handkerchiefs featuring regional designs, Japanese style pouches and fans! The fans are compact and foldable, so they’re easy to bring along on your travels – they are sure to be useful during your travels during the hot Japanese summer! Fans are great for personal use or as a gift.
The pouches with sumo, ninja and kabuki designs made by craftsmen from all over Japan are very popular with tourists. Your friends back home are sure to be happy with this gift!
Hours of Operation: 10:00AM-9:00PM
Telephone Number: 03-3349-5878
Address: Shinjuku Mylord, Mosaic Street, 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo-to
The final shop we would like to introduce is located on the second floor of Shinjuku Mylord, at the end of Mosaic Street. IT’SDEMO is known for its goods featuring cute characters, Disney goods, cosmetics made in collaboration with famous charcters, stationery and more. However, they also carry goods with a Japanese flair!
They have lots of reasonably priced sweets in cute Japanese-style packaging! These sweets are currently very popular with women.
If you’re looking for a small gift or some snacks that are delicious and adorable, be sure to stop by IT’SDEMO.
Hours of Operation: 9:00AM-10:00PM
Telephone Number: 03-3349-5646
Address: Shinjuku Mylord 2F, 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo-to
These shops in Shinjuku Mylord are filled with Japanese-style goods that are the perfect place to search for gifts for friends or yourself.
Shinjuku Mylord is filled with a wide variety of trendy items and accessories, particularly women. There is also a number of restaurants and cafés inside as well. Along Mosaic Street, which connects t…
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