In Omotesando, we went to a store called “Flying Tiger.” It reminded me of a high end 100 yen shop. Very cheap stuff, lots of it, at very cheap prices. (usually around 3oo yen.)
They had little Easter trinkets for decorating an Easter. Just what our overburdened home needs. No, I did not buy them. But yeah, I guess it is official. Easter is coming to Japan.
Oooh, I like mappy stuff.
The store was really crowded. They kept us moving in one direction down a route. I think this is the way of the future, I guess, but I didn’t like it.
What I purchased. It was all cheap stuff. But it ended up being more expensive than I thought. It all adds up. Plus you have to buy a bag to carry it all in. The bags were cute, but still….
My husband’s stuff. I think it was all picked out by our son. They should develop a store where your child picks out a bunch of junk, then a basket where you desposit it at the end and don’t take it home.
Traditional Japanese crafty type stuff store
but a bit pricy
I didn’t buy anything at this shop.
I’d rather buy my traditional cute stuff in Fukushima, not Tokyo.
I am sure Fukushima is cheaper
Just not as much to choose from.
The large kokeshi was 6ooo yen, a tiny one was 2,000 yen
Bye cute shop!