The largest chain of 100-Yen shops in Japan (comparable to dollar stores in the U.S.), with more than 3,000 locations in the country and abroad, this four-story shop is also one of the better discount stores, offering mostly its own brand goods, purchased directly from manufacturers (many of which are in China). Items, priced mostly at ¥100 or multiples thereof, include kitchenware, tableware, cosmetics, office supplies, candy, and other household goods and daily necessities, making it a good place to shop for cheap souvenirs such as chopsticks, plastic lunchboxes, and ikebana (flower-arranging) accessories. This place is so popular, there’s usually a long queue at checkout. It adjoins Bic Camera, a discount electronics store.