Best Twelve Japanese Websites for Toys, Gifts & Games

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  • Choose your favourite toys, gifts and games from Japan on this online guide for grandparents.
  • One of Ask Granny’s favourite sites for buying Japanese gifts for all ages is Alibaba


  • Toy Robot Picture Reviews Gundam Japanese Power Rangers Robots- Robot Japan
  • We aim to provide high quality toy robot pictures and content to our readers. Includes Japanese toy Robot picture reviews – kids Transformers action figures and Gundam action figures and models!
  • www.robot-japan.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Takumi Japanese Dolls Shop – Japanese Art&Crafts, Personalized Gifts
  • Our mission is to carefully select unique, attractive, and useful Japanese products that cannot be found in other online stores. Our range of Japanese gifts include kimonos, nemaki, kokeshi dolls, maneki neko or lucky cats, jewellery, prints, tableware, sushi ingredients, books and manga.
  • www.japanese-doll.biz ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Japanese Gifts – Lucky Cats – kimonos – Kokeshi Dolls – Origami Paper – Sushi Ingredients
  • UK based company offering distinctive Japanese gift ideas from lucky cats to origami paper. Also offers kimono robes, Manga comics and lacquerware.
  • www.thejapaneseshop.co.uk ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Origami- Easy Diagrams. Models especially for beginners and kids.
  • Enjoy a peaceful afternoon by showing a child how to fold an origami swan. This site contains links to free, easy diagrams for delightful origami models. Perfect for beginners and children
  • www.origami-resource-center.com ~ Click Here to visit the site
  •   Shopping  in ‘JapanShop’ for more toys gifts and games from Japan Click here to visit the site
  •  At the Japan Online Shop, buy and send a gift to your friends in Japan. Click here to visit the site

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