Posted by: Aki
When traveling abroad, using coins handily isn't so easy, is it?
Since coins can not be changed to note,
bringing back some to your country would be nice though,
how do you handle if there're loads in your wallet?
Lately "Gashapon" aka capsule toys is getting popular among tourists
by using leftover coins, for their souvenirs :)
Many kinds of these vending machines are actually everywhere on streets in Japan,
and have already been set
even in the international airport, Haneda or Narita etc..
And this month, world first's official shop of Gashapon, called
just opened at Tokyo Station.
This shop has 100 kinds of gashapons available
and also set a panel guides you how to use by English, Chinese and Korean.
Leftover 200 or 300 yen in one time will entertain you so that you can get tiny souvenirs.
So let's try and find your favourite :D
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Posted by: aki (March 11, 2017 11:34 AM)