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March 05, 2024

What are the ten best Japan souvenirs?


The top ten Japan souvenirs below!

1. Yatsuhashi

"Raw, unbaked Nama yatsuhashi (生八ツ橋) has a soft, mochi-like texture and is often eaten wrapped around red bean paste (an). The unbaked yatsuhashi (Nama yatsuhashi) is cut into a square shape after being rolled very thin, and folded in half diagonally to make a triangle shape, with the red bean paste inside. Unbaked yatsuhashi may also come in a variety of different flavours.[3] Popular flavours include cinnamon and matcha. Yatsutashi is also rolled into a rectangular shape and steamed. "

Source: Wikipedia

"Toe socks (also known as fingersocksglove socks5-toe socks or digital socks) are socks that have been knitted so that each toe is individually encased the same way as fingers within a glove."

Source: Wikipedia

"When purchased, the figure's eyes are both blank white. The owner selects a goal or wish and paints in the left eye of the figure's two eyes with Chinese or Japanese ink. Once the goal is achieved, the right eye is filled in."

Source: Wikipedia

"Japan is the world's largest sesame importer. Sesame oil, particularly from roasted seed, is an important component of Japanese cooking and traditionally the principal use of the seed."

Source: Wikipedia

5. Japanese Style Keema Curry

"A popular variation of this dish is aloo keema (potatoes and minced meat).[2] It is commonly cooked in North Indian and Pakistani households"

Source: Wikipedia

"Japanese green teas have a thin, needle-like shape and a rich, dark green colour. Unlike Chinese teas, most Japanese teas are produced by steaming rather than pan-firing. This produces their characteristic colour, and creates a sweeter, more grassy flavour."

Source: Wikipedia

"Royal Milk Tea is the nation’s favourite. It is a white tea with much more milk than usual which is usually made with a saucepan by boiling tea leaves with a bit of water and plenty of milk like chai tea."

Source: Hiro Miyoshi

"Kaki-pi are a common snack in Japan. The two elements of kaki-pi or kaki-no-tane (柿の種) are small crescent-shaped fragments of senbei (soy-flavored rice crisps), and peanuts. They are often consumed with beer and are sometimes a bar snack. Kaki-pi has several different types of flavors, such as wasabi, pepper, amongst others."

Source: Wikipedia

"Kit Kats in Japan are produced at Nestlé-owned factories in Himeji and Kasumigaura. The milk chocolate used for Kit Kats is made from whole-milk powder and Nestlé buys most of its cacao beans from West Africa"

Source: Wikipedia

"nama chocolate", a form of ganache made with melted cacao and fresh cream, and dusted with fine cocoa powder.[1]

Source: Wikipedia

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June 03, 2022

Style: 🌸 Japanese paper lanterns

Kyoto inspired Japanese paper lantern #japanesecustomer

Photo: Kyoto inspired Japanese paper lantern 

Style: 🌸 Japanese paper lanterns

🌸 Please find a selection of different Japanese lanterns for your home

Japanese Bedside lanterns

Japanese Hanging Lanterns - Cherry Blossom Emblem

Japanese Garden lanterns

#japaneseculture #japanesecustomer #styleanddesign #paper #lantern

May 17, 2022

Cleanliness: 🌸 Highway rest areas in Japan


Learn more about Japanese Highway rest areas here

Source: Highway Service Areas in Japan: Hasuda SA

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March 26, 2022

Food: Why do people love🌸 Japanese Convenience store sandwiches?

convenience store food in japan #japanesecustomer

Photo: convenience store food in japan #japanesecustomer

Source: SBS News Australia

The wonderful world of Japanese konbini sandwiches


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March 16, 2022

🌸 Customer Service Example: Parcel Re-Delivery in 🌸 Japan

parcel redelivery in Japan #japanesecustomer

Ever come home and found a card from the post office telling you that you missed the delivery of a parcel?

Well in Japan no need to worry as Japan Post allows you the customer to pick the re-delivery day and time that suits you!

This should be a worldwide standard for all parcel delivery companies!

Learn how it works here


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February 02, 2020

Foreign tourists in Japan spend the most in Shinjuku according to survey

Photo: Japanese crossing road in Shinjuku, Japan.

"Twenty-three percent of tourists said they spent the most money in Shinjuku, according to a survey by Life Pepper, a digital marketing firm in Tokyo. The Akihabara area, known for its electronics stores, came in next at 14%, while the upscale Ginza shopping district took third place with 13%."

Shinjuku takes crown as Tokyo's top spending spot for tourists
District's storied nightlife major draw for overseas visitors
JANUARY 24, 2020

December 28, 2017

Who are the three largest online retailers in Japan?

" Rakuten, Amazon.co.jp and Yahoo! Japan are the top three online retailers in Japan (Fuji Keizai.co.jp)

SourceMoriuchi, E., & Takahashi, I. (2016). Satisfaction trust and loyalty of repeat online consumer within the Japanese online supermarket trade. Australasian Marketing Journal (AMJ)24 (Retailing Around the Pacific Rim), 146-156. doi:10.1016/j.ausmj.2016.02.006