Christmas Gift Ideas at Japan Centre

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With Christmas just around the corner (isn’t it always?), now is the time to start thinking about what sort of gifts might be suitable for friends and family. Of course, everyone probably just wants an iPad, but if that stretches your budget a little too far, why not look at some of the great value Japanese gift sets available at Japan Centre this Christmas.

Alternatively, if you need some sushi platters for a party, look no further… well, a little bit further down the page anyway! We also have a delicious green tea flavoured Christmas cake which is specially made to order, perfect for any Christmas party.

*Please note that these gift sets are currently only available at our shop and not currently available online.  Keep an eye out for exclusive online gift sets which will be available soon!

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Lastly, if you are having a Christmas party at your office, why not Japanese it up a little and check out some of our Christmas catering services. We have some fantastic sushi platters available and our green tea flavoured Christmas log is delicious, mmm!

* Please note that these food items are only available at our Regent Street shop so please visit there directly or email them at:
sushi_reservation@japancentre.com for sushi.
cake_reservations@japancentre.com for Christmas cake.

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2 Comments on “Christmas Gift Ideas at Japan Centre”

  1. November 19, 2010 at 2:09 am #

    hello,
    the ‘calligraphy set’ sounds interesting!
    could you give some more detailed information please?
    arigatou gozaimasu.
    shodo club london

  2. November 25, 2010 at 2:56 pm #

    Hi,

    Thanks for your comment.
    The calligraphy set we have available at the moment is the one on our website here:

    http://www.japancentre.com/items/3181

    It has all the items needed to start creating some great Japanese shodo and comes in a special case with sections to hold all the items securely.

    Thanks again,
    Nik | Japan Centre

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