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Flying Tiger Copenhagen

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Shopping/Entertainment | Avg price: ¥500 | English Available: None (Unknown)

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  • hellonihon

    on Mar 8

    Goodies you want but don't need

    Oh, how I love a Flying Tiger store. Originally from Copenhagen (hence the full name), the stores are all over Japan as well as Europe. I like to describe it as an IKEA without the furniture and restaurant. So, you know... All the things that you so desperately want but don't really need. Their designs are really quirky and cute. I love their range of stationery the best. You can find cute pencil cases, notebooks, and writing utensils. If you live near one and are a teacher, odds are that some of your students own a few things from a Flying Tiger! Their prices are really low too, which is great. They're not quite Daiso-cheap, but most things are within the 100 yen - 1000 yen range. I bought a giant pack of novelty playing cards (and I mean giant) for less than 1000 yen! Even if you're not looking for something in particular, more often than not, you'll end up with something new if you just stop by. Plus, they change their stock quite frequently, to reflect the seasons, so it's always worth it to pop in.

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