7 Cool Traditional Japanese-Style Gifts
Looking for just the right gift during the holiday season? Why not give the gift of something unique you could only get from Japan!
Katana Scissors Inspired by Real Samurai
Nikken Cutlery has three types of katana scissors for your slicing needs, including one inspired by Oda Nobunaga’s sword and featuring a gold-tipped “scabbard.”
10 Great Gifts from Japan
These original gifts represent the rich cultural heritage of this country—and tend to go down well with overseas visitors, too!
A traditional "tenugui" cotton hand towel makes a great gift—or even a headband in the onsen! These tenugui go one step further, however, and tell a picture-book story when folded.
Tokyo's Top Christmas Markets
Grab a glass of hot wine and find some unique gifts—and unforgettable experiences—at Tokyo's top Christmas markets!
6 Cute Sushi Knickknacks
Six fun accessories for the sushi-obsessed!
White Rabbit's JLPT Kanji Flashcards
Spending hours writing lines of kanji doesn't work for you? Then why don't you try playing with them and learning the ones that look alike, allowing you to learn twice as fast!
A Modern Twist for Lacquer
Once used for salad bowls and decorative plates, lacquerware has found a new shape to wrap its sleek exterior around—iPhones.
10 Ways to Do Christmas at the ¥100 Shop
There's no need to spend an arm and a leg getting into the festive spirit in Japan—the nation's ¥100 shops have more than enough seasonal gear to get your bells jingled!
Mount Fuji Envelope
Surprise your friends with a special letter or invitation using this delightful Mount Fuji envelope.
Downloadable Hiragana & Katakana Workbook
Improve your hiragana and katakana writing skills with the "Hiragana + Katakana Print Yourself" workbook—available online for less than $2!
Power Pose Sketching Models
Artistic models equipped with swords, wings and plastic guns are hard to come by, but not for long!
Modern-Style Calligraphy Gift Set
Want to really level-up your kanji skills? This authentic Japanese calligraphy set consists of artisanal writing tools selected by Shinseido, one of last makers of Suzuka Ink in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture.