Japan’s Narita Airport (officially called New Tokyo International Airport) has wonderful shopping, especially for “Japanese” items. Baby kimonos, Indigo knick knacks, kokeshi, etc. abound here. I have usually pretty much finished my souvenir shopping by the time I reach the airport but I enjoy browsing.
Flavored Kit Kats. Soy on left, Sweet Red Bean on right. My sister is a very generous person and does not ask for anything except flavored kit kats. (She brings them to work and I think her coworkers love them.) So my husband orders them online and I pack them in my suitcase.
More flavored kit kats
Browing at the bookstore. In the Japanese section of learning English, I came across this book. (Or rather, its title rather jumped out at me.) “The Proper Use of the F Word” LOL No, I did not buy it.
Thought this was weird, but wouldn’t it make a great gag gift? No, I did not buy it either.
My aunt loves Japan’s tree trunk cake, Baumkuchen. I bought this one for her and my uncle.