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  • Shop 99

  • 100 Yen Shops, Groceries/Supermarkets ( Shinjuku )
  • I live near what used to be a 99 shop. In addition to selling all the things you'd expect a 100 yen shop to sell, they also carry food! I stay well away from the meats, but the rest of the selection...
  • Daiso: Harajuku

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Harajuku )
  • Still the best ?\100 store I've found in Tokyo. Seems you can find just about anything you'd find in a regular store here, though at a fraction of the price. If you need something and you aren't worri...
  • Natural Plenty

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Shinjuku )
  • A nice place to look around, but I feel it's just a more specialized 100 yen shop. In terms of kitchen ware, I'd say about half the items are available in the more accessible stores of Cando or Daiso...
  • Daiso: Sunshine City

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Ikebukuro )
  • I have been to my share of 100 yen stores but I think that this one has the best quality products... this isn't to say that it is high quality, but it's better than the norm. It's full of the usual ar...
  • 3 Coins

  • 100 Yen Shops, Shopping-Others ( Ikebukuro )
  • This is one of the must have shops to visit for me. Nice stuff at very reasonable prices. Definately better quality and looks better than the 100yen shop.
  • Daiso: Asakusa ROX3

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Asakusa )
  • This Daiso isn't bad, per say, but there are better stocked and more interesting Daiso stores in and around the city. Try the massive behemoth in Harajuku. Or, if your in the area, the Daiso near Myod...
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  • 3 Coins

  • 100 Yen Shops, Shopping-Others, Fun Shops ( Shinjuku )
  • i guess you can think of the items as being higher quality than the ones in the 100 yen store, since they cost more, but that depends on you. the only ones i've seen of these are kind of small, but it...
  • Daiso: Kinshicho

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Kinshicho )
  • Daiso is a "100 yen store." However, unlike the 1 dollar store equivalents in the U.S., things at Daiso can be practical, high quality, and not necessarily 1 dollar. "100 yen" basi...
  • Daiso: Seiyu Kichijoji

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Kichijoji )
  • This Daiso has been closed as of October 2009. There is another 100 Yen shop off of Sun Road ...................................................
  • Cando: Ikebukuro

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Others )
  • The Cando 100 yen store is the most accessible 100 yen shop at Ikebukuro, just a few steps away from the east exit. Somewhat surprisingly, the 100 yen store next to the west exit went out of business ...
  • Daiso: Marui Oimachi

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Gotanda )
  • I read about Daiso on the Internet long before I went. 100yen stores have a reputation for being better than those elsewhere, and in my experience, they usually are. Daiso didn't really live up to my ...
  • CouCou: Daikanyama

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Daikanyama )
  • CouCou is a fun shop full of cute and colorful items. This is a good place to find a present! Best of all, everything costs 315 yen.
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