If you have time for only one souvenir shop in Tokyo, this should be it. It’s the city’s best-known and largest souvenir/crafts store, selling products at reasonable prices on three floors. Souvenir and gift items include cotton yukata, kimono (new and used), woodblock prints, jewelry boxes, fans, chopsticks, incense, Imari chinaware, sake sets, Japanese dolls, pearls, books on Japan, and antique furniture. This store will also send purchases home for you (via airmail, although it also works with a shipping company should you purchase furniture) and even accepts U.S. dollars and euros.