We provide services for reserving overseas and domestic souvenirs prior to departure. We meet the needs of travelers with our shops within airports, as well as our souvenir sales catalog Omiyage Takkyubin, souvenir online store Giftland, and travel goods online store Traveler Store.
Shop for souvenirs from all over the world while at home.
We deliver souvenirs reserved by you via home delivery to coincide with the date of your return.
We distribute our Souvenir Home Delivery catalog for free with travel companies and travel-related businesses around the world.
This service allows customers to make advance reservations for overseas and domestic souvenirs at Gift Land prior to travel. It delivers souvenirs to your home on the date of your choosing (the following day at the earliest). It reduces both the amount of time it takes to choose souvenirs and the amount of luggage that needs to be carried around.> Click here for more info
An e-commerce website specializing in travel goods. It offers a variety of items that support travel, such as bags, convenient travel goods, money belts, and suitcases for a variety of purposes (large-sized, carry-on, light-weight, etc.).> Click here for more info
Services on offer include assistance with preparations to make your trip go smoothly at your travel destination, sales of travel goods to make your trip more comfortable, and free consultations on product selection. Also available are various original products and all kinds of travel products for both inside and outside of Japan.> Click here for more info
Airport shop SKY MARKET. With souvenirs from all over the world on offer, it is convenient for those who may have forgotten to buy souvenirs. The shop also has various drinks, bread, and onigiri (rice ball) that can be consumed on the go after arriving at the airport.> Click here for more info
With a focus on products that have won awards at the “Charming Japanese Souvenir Contest” organized by the Japan Tourism Agency, “Sakura,” which is located inside Narita Airport, offers a variety of souvenirs that represent Japan, such as Kikyoshingenmochi (traditional dessert made of rice flour, granulated sugar, and starch syrup), Edo Kiriko (a type of faceted glass from Edo), folding fans, and yukatas.> Click here for more info
“Tabigo” delivers recommended information that is useful for both overseas and domestic travel.> Click here for more info