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Show Your Love for Tokyo with Nike’s City T-Shirts

Whether Tokyo’s still on your bucket list or already ranks among your favorite cities in the world, Nike Japan has just the thing to tide you over until your next trip. A series of exclusive city t-shirts in two designs and a variety of colors of prints on...

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Mickey & Minnie Get the Traditional Japanese Treatment

For Disney fans who also love Japanese aesthetics and traditional items, the Disney Store in Japan has released a series of uniquely beautiful tableware. Small plates, rice bowls, chopsticks and chopstick rests in white and blue show the two famous...

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ZOZOTOWN BUY A T-SHIRT,HELP SAVE JAPANESE FASHION BRANDS

Zozotown, one of Japan’s largest online shopping platforms for clothing and accessories, has launched a campaign to support the local brands that sell their designs both on its website and in brick and mortar shops across the country. To raise funds to...

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Outfit Your Pet in the Latest Bape Streetwear

Japanese streetwear brand Bape has released a new line of items for stylish pups and kitties. With two of the brand’s iconic motifs used in unison, the collection is destined to be the talk of the dog park. Baby Milo joins the Bape camo print on harnesses,...

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Try Japan’s Famous Wagyu Beef at Home

Wagyu beef is synonymous with Japan, widely considered to be one of the country’s most important exports. The name is closely regulated, and only four unique brands of beef are allowed to carry the term wagyu: Kobe beef, Matsusaka beef, Omi beef, and...

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Japan’s Love for Face Masks

Many first-time visitors to Japan, especially if they come in winter or spring, often wonder why so many people wear surgical masks when out in public places. Usually, the answer is one of two things: either they are not feeling 100% and don’t want to pass...

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Store Your Eyeglasses in a Model Gundam Head

Owndays is one of Japan’s biggest eyewear companies, with shops all across Asia. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Mobile Suit Gundam, it has created a 1:7 scale RX-78-2 Gundam head model that doubles as a glasses case. The case has compartments that...

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