GaijinPot Store Gifts for the Win
Created to bring you a variety of unique gifts from artisans, select shops and recommended vending machines across Japan, the GaijinPot Store ships items directly to your door (or that of a friend or loved one) from way over here across the ocean.
Launched this week, the GaijinPot Store comprises exclusive gift sets of unique cultural notions — available while supplies last. In the future, you can look forward to finding not only traditional or quirky mementos of Japan but also Japanese language learning materials, hard-to-find otaku and anime treasures, GaijinPot digital book downloads, as well as authentic ninja weapons such as throwing stars and katana swords! (No weapons. That won’t happen. Ed.).
For now, though, score some cool, limited-edition signature selections, hand-picked by the GaijinPot team. And if you order now, we guarantee them to arrive just in time to be placed under the tree as one-of-a-kind prezzies for Christmas (No, we don’t. But they will get there quickly. Ed.).
There is something for everyone who appreciates the finer — and not-so — aspects of Japanese culture in the GaijinPot Store.
Score Top Present Points with These Last-Minute Japanese Gifts
Be everyone’s favorite relative with these Japanese gift sets that will make you look not only well-traveled with excellent taste, but extremely organized, too. Our brilliant gift sets hit just the right note and say, “I did my shopping well in advance this year.” Each features unique products with a cool, contemporary design that showcase the very best of Japan.
We’ve got six sets to cover every member of the family; from your grandma who secretly harbors fantasies of being a geisha, to uncle Tim who just took up the guitar and really needs to cut his nails — and why not enable him with dragon-embellished clippers?
But wait, there’s myrrh (Uh. Ba dump bump… ? Ed. ). Each set is individually wrapped so you don’t have to struggle with awkward bits of tape and reams of glittery ribbon. Plus — you look like a star. You’re welcome.
Happy Holidays, everyone.