We went to a big 100 YEN shop ($1 shop) at Tama Center yesterday.. and here are some of the things I bought which is useful for my lil girl
Corner Guard (for pointed corners of the tables)
100 yen shops (Japanese: hyaku en shop) sell a wide range of products for 105 yen per item (100 yen plus 5 percent consumption tax). This corresponds to roughly one US dollar per item, making the shops a great source for travelers and residents on a budget.
There are thousands of 100 yen shops across Japan, ranging in size from multi-storey "department stores" to small corners in shopping malls. Market leader Daiso operates over two thousand stores nationwide and pursues an aggressive expansion policy.
I love 100 Yen Shop, especially the Daiso which is the most popular 100yen shops in Japan. The Daiso truly carries everything you can imagine and more, no where else in Japan you can have such things just at the price of 100 yen lol.
This is where I usually buy our kitchen and cleaning tools. My hubby isn't a fan of 100yen shop but I guess, when it comes to the house, I'm the boss lol
It is virtually impossible to give a full recount of everything on offer, but suffice to say that not only will you find what you're looking for, but you're also likely to find a lot more things that you never knew you needed.
For the temporary traveler to Japan, this is also a must to visit. You may acquire alot for yourself, your friends and loveones. From Japanese souvenirs, cute Japanese dishes, limited disney merchandise, the collection of stationary and stationary supplies, crafts supplies and alot more.