In Japan the weather changes depending on the season, and so do the necessities of daily life like food, clothing and shelter.
The sakura blooming season ends in May in Japan, with the exception of one area, and spring brings more and more days in which you can sense the oncoming summer and its gradually brighter sunshine.At places of business and retailers, it is a time for lining their shelves with short sleeved shirts, hats, and umbrellas.We want you to get your hands on Japan’s stylish, delicate products.
Mother’s Day is a May event at sales counters. Feelings toward one’s family are the same all over the world.They are offering the kinds of products that will make your mother happy on the second Sunday of May.Clothing, accessories, sweets, flowers. It makes one happy just seeing sales counters somehow bursting with red and pink.Why buy Mother’s Day presents in Japan? And why will any store you visit package and wrap them meticulously?Surely, a present is not such an important thing.
What you want to bring home from Japan is your sense of appreciation for the mother who gave birth to you and raised you.
In that way, we hope that you will enjoy shopping in Japan. Please look for stores that suit you.