Omiyage Concierge, The Way to Find the Right Japanese Souvenirs

Nobody wants to spend his holidays always worrying about what should be brought back home. GOYOH Offers Pre and Post-Travel Service so you don't have to think about it anymore.

Hard to Choose in the Country of Omiyage

The word souvenir in Japanese, omiyage, is composed of two characters and can be literally translated as “Local Product”. In Japanese custom, when anyone goes somewhere even for a short journey on a day-trip, he has to bring back something for the people of both his private and work circle. 

In addition, Japan craft is highly developed in numerous fields and each region gets its own specialty; Which explain why there are so many different souvenirs to buy in this country and why it may be sometimes difficult to find the right one.


Find a wide Range of Exclusive High-end Japanese Souvenirs

From arita porcelain to greatest Whisky right down to finest cosmetics, there is absolutely nothing among Japanese jewels that we don’t have to propose you. 

By using GOYOH, get access to a lot of normally hard-to-get Japanese products and make them deliver to your residence in Japan or to your home directly. Since we want our guests to take their times in order for them to find the perfect omiyage, our service is usable before, during and after their travel.

In Case of Doubt, Don't waste your Time and Always ask Myninja

As written above, Japan counts so many kinds of souvenirs that it’s normal to meticulously search between similar products and hesitate about which one to buy. 

This is especially the case when it concerns articles well unknown overseas such as Sake, green tea or Japanese food by example. This is why, instead of losing your time reading tons of description about each brand or object, GOYOH invite you to ask us questions directly through our messaging platform.


How to Leave Japan with weightless Luggages?

There are so many things to buy here that travelers may fear the moment to cross the gates at the airport when returning home. However, there is no obligation to buy every omiyage during one’s stay in Japan and even less to carry heavy luggage at the end of a pleasant trip. 

On the contrary, instead of paying extra luggage’s fee, wouldn’t be better to spend the equivalent for shipping fees and order your preferred Japanese present straightly to your home address?

If you are looking for a particular Japanese Souvenir or would like to have some Recommendation, Please ask Myninja. Also, if you would like to benefit our Services, feel free to Request an Invitation.

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