6 Cute Sushi Knickknacks
Six fun accessories for the sushi-obsessed!
Fortune Kitties for Fortune Cookies?
Felissimo, provider of all sorts of cat-based novelty goods, releases Hide-and-Seek Kittie Candies.
NOUSAKU Corp. applies traditional Japanese casting techniques to contemporary designs to promote a unique, stylish lifestyle.
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.”
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.
Learn Japanese Vocabulary with Chocolate!
Chocolates that teach Japanese onomatopoeia words unveiled at the 2015 Paris Design Show.
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.
TP So Delicious You'll Want to Eat It
Toilet paper that gives fruit roll-ups a whole new meaning.
Odate Bentwood Lunchboxes
Odate bentwood, or magewappa, is characteristic of the Odate region in Akita Prefecture.
5 Key Sushi Accessories
Check out the key bits of kitchenware and what-not that every sushi connoisseur needs to have on hand.
Color-Changing Ramen Cup Holders
The Cupmen series are adorable little characters that hold the lid of an instant ramen cup while it's cooking.
Spruce Up Your Home with Kyoto Incense Sticks
These Shofuan incense sticks come in one of 12 boxes, each matched to the seasons and events of Kyoto.
Mount Fuji Envelope
Surprise your friends with a special letter or invitation using this delightful Mount Fuji envelope.
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.
Skull Shaped Sugar from the Island of Shikoku
Designed by artist Nobumasa Takahashi, these black and white sugar skulls are perfect for a Halloween party—or just for sweetening your tea when you’re in a ghoulish mood.
Award-Winning Sushi Candy
This sushi candy blows all other fake food out of the water—because it can actually be eaten, of course!
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!
Doraemon & Hello Kitty United at Last!
Japan's two most famous not-quite-cats have teamed up for a line of character goods that will have every fan running for their nearest Sanrio store!
Comfy, Cozy Me & Kitty Onesie
Snuggle up with your cat in a one-piece built for two!
Nightmare Before Christmas Face Packs
A costume that's good for your skin? Well, not quite.