Plan ahead for the festive holidays! Here at Japan Centre, we’ve got everything you need for the most glorious Christmas gifts. Bring a flavour of Japan to your presents this year, and let us guide you through our ultimate gift selection.
Mums, eh? Great, super, human beings non pareil. …but what to do for Mother’s Day?
Yes, Mother’s Day is coming, but it needn’t be the usual inexorable march towards packed, sub-par garden centre coffee shops and least-manky petrol station flowers.
We at Japan Centre think mums are super, so we’ve come up with a few ideas to show your mums, grannies or mums-in-all-but-name that you’re thinking of them.
Are you struggling to find unique gifts for your family and friends this Christmas? Worried that soon you might have to start resorting to socks and undies? Get yourself over to the Japan Centre website this festive season to find awesome Japanese themed gift ideas. From gift sets of popular Japanese sweets and snacks for the young ones to fine bottles of authentic Japanese sake for the more mature, we have something for everyone.
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!
Giving gifts to people from different cultures can be a confusing practice and Japan is no exception to this.
There are a selection of unwritten rules related to giving and receiving gifts in Japan and following these can help to make good relationships with your Japanese friends, business colleagues or guests as well as show your appreciation for any hospitality that they have provided for you.