Shops in Fukuoka Perfect for Pasalubong Shopping
Or just treating yourself-we won't judge.
This creative lifestyle store is famous globally. They carry a variety of items that range from adorable to useful. But Tokyu Hands isn’t just confined to paper goods. They’ve got lots of travel lifestyle merchandise scattered across the floor. There are lots of kawaii notebooks and even traditional Japanese items that would make for great souvenirs. Just check out what else we ended up finding here!
Need a bike?
What about traditional textile that you can use for furoshiki or as a cute neck scarf.
Tokyu Hands is located at AMU Plaza Hakata City JR Hakata City 1-1 Hakata Station, Hakata Station, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka and is open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
This ultra-colorful shop feels like a playground. With its patterned walls and rainbow-hued merchandise, you’ll find yourself smiling while browsing the items on display. They’ve got an assortment of stuff from stationery to fashion accessories to chocolate and even party favors.
Snap a photo of this beautiful wall.
Lots of paper items with the cutest graphics.
There are chocolates and candy on display right by the cashier.
Random wooden body forms for sale.
The shop is designed in a way that you’ll go through every item before you reach the cashier.
To give you an idea of how expansive the store is.
Stuff for the bathroom in candy-colored shades.
Flying Tiger Copenhagen is located at 1-1-40 Daimyo, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka, Japan and is open from 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Who doesn’t know this famous chain? You can probably buy anything under the sun from this store. They’ve got a floor just for food items! They also carry beauty brands, so you can stock up on skin care and cosmetics. If you’re buying tons of pasalubong (or treating yourself to a shopping spree), you may avail of a tax refund. As long as you reach ¥5,400, you can get the 8% consumption tax back. You just need to make sure that you will not be consuming anything from your purchases until you have already departed Japan.
All signs point to Donki!
The lovely people at the tax-free counter will pack your purchases for you so that they’re ready for transit.
Wall-to-wall display of beauty products.
This isn’t even the entire floor!
Keep Google Translate handy if you can’t read the labels.
Don Quijote has several branches in Fukuoka.