Gift Shop - Japanophile

Gift Ideas for the Japanophile

We like to think that we are a cultured bunch of elves up here, enjoying the food, traditions, and wares of different countries. One country we all definitely love is Japan—Raymond even visited Tokyo in 2013 on one of his trips! If you also have some Japan-loving friends in your life, here are some gift ideas for them.

Created with a 3D printer and then finished by hand, this Bulbasaur planter would make an adorable desk or window sill decoration. With three sizes and several colors (including glow in the dark!) to choose from, you can pick the perfect planter for the Pokémon fan in your life.
A modern take on traditional kokeshi dolls, these hand-painted kokeshi ninjas are perfect for any of your friends who recently got engaged or hitched. For more kawaii goodness, also check out the Han and Leia kokeshi dolls.
This map of Japan is a print of a carefully restored map from 1859. A unique and thoughtful gift for anyone who loves Japanese history and culture, this map can be requested in indigo blue (as shown) or in the original aged colors.
With its detailed yet simple silhouette of Tokyo’s skyline, this wall clock is a gorgeous gift for someone who keeps Japan’s capital in their heart. Made from cherry bamboo or with a premium walnut finish, the recipient will be proud to hang this functional piece of art in their home. And if your friend loves another city in Japan, check out the Kyoto wall clock and the Kobe wall clock.
For your pal who loves sushi, give them this sushi enamel pin. They’ll love this unique gift and will be thrilled to wear it on their jacket or pin it on their knapsack.
Give this Sake Making Kit to a friend so they can brew a bit of Japanese culture at home. The kit comes with everything they’ll need to make a gallon of sake, except white raisins and sugar, so grab those extra items at the store and give them alongside the kit. Then your friend can start brewing right away!