Halloween goods at Daiso 100 yen store

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There’s a great selection of Halloween goods at Daiso, one of the better known 100 yen shops in Japan. A 100 yen shop is roughly equivalent to a one pound/ euro / dollar store. They carry a huge range of goods most of which are quite decent quality. I took these photos covertly with an old mobile phone so the quality isn’t great, but you get an idea of the range available. One thing to note about Halloween produce in Japan; its stocked early, but they also take it off the shelves early too. I’ve been caught out a couple of times by waiting to the week before Halloween to shop for these seasonal items. This particular Daiso is in Wakaba Walk in Sakado.

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    1. Elle Post author

      Thank you for your lovely comment. I have to restrict how often I go to the store as there is too much temptation! Irish 2 Euro stores aren’t as good quality (or value) either.

      Thanks again for commenting

    1. Elle Post author

      Likewise, thank you for stopping by mine! 😀 I am enjoying reading yours right now. I love your style of writing.

        1. Elle Post author

          Aw, so sweet of you to say, but it needs a lot of work. Its very hickedly-pickedly; can never decide exactly where I want to go with it!

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