Build Your Own Tokyo Tower & Osaka Castle With These Souvenir Build Kits

10.August.2018 | SPOT

Gotopura are releasing these build-it-yourself kits based on Tokyo Tower and Osaka Castle which will be available early this month at souvenir shops, stations and airports in Tokyo.

Before the kits are disassembled from their frame, they spell out the name of the city the famous landmark is located in. In the case of the Tokyo Tower kit, the pieces spell the word “Tokyo” in Japanese kanji characters (東京) as pictured above. Similarly, the Osaka Castle kit spells out “Osaka” (大阪).

 

These two products are the first in a planned series of built kits to come from Gotopura.

Building the characters for “Tokyo” gives you a tall 140mm sized Tokyo Tower.

Build Osaka Castle easy with just 15 pieces!

You can also pick from red, clear blue and white versions.

 

Pick up a kit to build on your way to visit either of these famous spots or get one as a souvenir to take home!

 

■Information

Gotopura

Variations: Red / Clear Blue / White

Price: ¥680 (Pre-Tax)

Location: Gift shops, stations and airports in Tokyo

Available: Early August 2018

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    The latest rankings have been announced for the Top 10 most popular souvenirs and Top 5 most popular bento sold at Gransta.

     

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    1st Place: Tokyo Station Set of 10 Waffles (¥1,300)

    Shop: R.L Waffle Cake

     

    This set of waffles contain five types of waffles available only at Tokyo Station together with five of R.L Waffle Cake’s popular waffles. It comes in colourful packaging with the Marunouchi station building illustrated on it. The waffles are packed with a bunch of different creams including custard cream, chocolate cream, matcha cream, strawberry cream and more.

    2nd Place: Gin no Budo Chocolate Sandwich (Almond)

    Price: 8 Set – ¥712 / 12 Set – ¥1,080 / 18 Set – ¥1,620 / 24 Set – ¥2,160

    Shop: Gin no Budou

     

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    Shop: Eashon

     

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    2nd Place: Jou Nigiri (¥1,550)

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    *Please note that ingredients may change depending on stock.

     

    The list includes a line-up of fantastic choices as gifts and souvenirs, so be sure to use it as reference.

  • Make your own snack gift sets from MUJI

    11.November.2018 | FOOD

    12 new snack flavors, perfect for making holiday season and valentine’s day gifts, are available at all MUJI stores in Japan and the online store from November 7, 2018.

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