Cute Stuff I Bought at Daiso

by Wendy Copley on April 16, 2015

Cute stuff I bought at Daiso - April 2015

Last week I stopped by one of my favorite stores in the world: Daiso Japan. Daiso is a Japanese “100 Yen” store where nearly everything costs $1.50. It is jam-packed with lots of cute and practical Japanese items and when I go into one it takes just about all of my will power to stop myself from walking out with half the store in my bag. Daiso is also the most economical place I know of to buy bento supplies, and I’ve built a great deal of my bento collection shopping there over the last few years.  Unfortunately, Daiso stores are limited to the west coast and their online store is wholesale only so this bounty isn’t available to everyone, but if you are near a Daiso — or traveling near one — I highly recommend a visit.

When I posted the photo above to Facebook, it got a pretty incredible reaction (I think it might be the most “liked” photo I’ve ever posted to social media!), so I thought you might like to see what I bought on this particular shopping trip:

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  • Amy

    Fun stuff! When I was in Japan, we went to the 100 Yen store. I bought a little pottery vase, some finger nail polish remover and some candy. They are great reminders of a great trip. We have the dollar stores in the midwest, but it is not quite the same.

  • Lisa Marsh

    Wow! I have never heard of this store, and I now see that there are several around seattle. I will definitely be checking it out!

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