UpdateFebruary 22, 2018
ReleaseFebruary 22, 2018
Japan is full of kawaii (cute) products, which even the toughest men will fall in love with. We will introduce some cute Japanese products.
CaféCafé de Miki with Hello Kitty
DiverCity in Tokyo
This Hello Kitty themed café provides the perfect atmosphere for a fun and enjoyable teatime. Decorated in London décor, the café pays homage to the creator’s British inspiration for Hello Kitty. The café features Hello Kitty themed furniture, such as the Hello Kitty ribbon designed chairs. There is also an area for taking pictures♪
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza 4th floor, 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Yufuin, a renowned Onsen resort
The world famous Snoopy has collaborated with Japanese tradition. You can find food, drinks, and various Snoopy items with traditional Japanese designs, such as tapestries, Japanese style curtains, etc. The teahouse also provides a Japan themed art and film exhibit. You can experience a new world of ‘PEANUTS.’
1524-27 Kawakami, Yufuin-cho, Yufu City, Oita Prefecture
A local specialty at the Nagoya Station
Piyorin, a popular sweet found at the JR Nagoya Station, is a chick-shaped custard pudding created in July, 2011. Custard pudding is wrapped in Bavarian cream, which is made from Nagoya-cochin (a special local breed chicken) egg. The Bavarian cream is then covered by a crumbed sponge cake. Since they are all made by hand, every chick has a unique shape and face. When you shake the pudding filled body, it shakes and moves like a real chick. Piyorin is available for purchase at the Café Gentiane inside the JR Nagoya Station.
Goods/ Items Merchandise & RobotMOYO Toothbrush
Produced by a company from Niigata Prefecture
This is a stylish toothbrush, with a transparent body and handle that is designed with 40 different patterns.
Traditional Japanese towel
RAAK is a new tenugui towel brand from ‘Eirakuya,’ a company that has been in the cotton and textile business since 1651. The founder of RAAK, Ihee Hosotsuji, is the
14th head of the family. He creates various original designs.
Japanese cuteness and technology PARO was created as a therapeutic robot, working to bring humans joy and peace. This cute seal figured robot is a combination of Japanese cuteness and technology.
FestivalGoldfish lanterns (kingyo-chochin in Japanese) are a Yanai area folk art. During this summer festival, approximately 2,000 goldfish lanterns illuminate the streets. It is a surreal sight. The highlight of the festival is a parade of many giant goldfish floats, called ‘Kingyo-nebuta.’ You won’t want to miss the ‘Goldfish lantern dance.’
Yanai City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Early August every year
[Contact] Commerce, industry, and tourist department of Yanai City