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100 Yen Shops have become increasingly popular in recent years. These discount stores sell a variety of goods from make up to food and socks to kitchenware for only 100 yen per item, approximately $1. Some smaller products are even sold in multiples, such as 2 or 3 for 100 yen candy and snacks. On the other hand, some products are sold for more than 100 yen, usually ranging from 300 to 500 yen. These products include larger goods such as furniture and are clearly marked to avoid any confusion. 100 yen shops are popular for their convenience and bargain. Daiso is one of Japan's largest 100 yen shops and has expanded to the U.S.
100 Yen Shops are a great way to get a bunch of souvenir shopping done at an affordable price. If you plan on bringing back gifts for friends after a Cherry Blossom Japan Tour or Anime Tour, Japan Deluxe Tours highly recommends visiting a 100 yen shop to handle all your souvenir shopping needs!
Shōtengai is a street of stores by the local train station ran by locals.
Higher end goods and brands can be found in department stores
Konbini are convenient stores that can be found everywhere in Japan
Local and Large Scale Supermarkets sell groceries at a low price.
Japanese Snacks Senbei made from glutinous rice and are grilled or baked
Popular Rice Cracker Snack of Japan
Tachigui restaurants are establishments that serve food to be eaten while standing
Food ticket restaurants are establishments in that allow for customers to easily order and pay for their meals.