Source: Noren Bring Home A Piece Of Japan With These Cute Graphic Cushions 2017-02-10 Fri 2017-02-10 Fri Despite the thousands of souvenirs among which a traveler can choose from in Japan, it isn’t always easy finding the perfect one. It can’t be too pricey or fragile, and it has to be the right size and weight for it to be carried back home in a suitcase. Making the souvenir-purchasing process easier are the Japanorama Cushions, a series of soft decorative pillows that lets travelers take home a piece of Japan in a playful way. There are currently nine different shapes available, each made to look like the many things Japan has to offer its visitors. Source: Noren Source: Noren The nine shapes are: Daruma, Manekineko (beckoning cat), Maiko, Bonsai, Ninja, Mt. Fuji, Torii (red Shinto shrine gates), Sushi, and Sakura. They can be purchased in size small or large, with the large cushions provided in compact, airtight bags. Source: Noren Source: Noren These adorable cushions can be bought online and at the Noren store in Kyoto located along Shijō Street. New shapes are expected to be added in the future, so stay updated for more of these cute graphic cushions! Source: Noren Source: Noren By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Noren Tags: Cushion / Japan / Souvenir grape Japan Culture Bring Home A Piece Of Japan With These Cute Graphic Cushions Related Article Clever Commercials Shows Japanese Office Worker Delivering Stinky Feet KO’s After Too Much Work Tokyo Prepares For A Bigger Life-Size Gundam Coming This Fall World’s First Official Neko-Atsume Store Is Limited Time Only, But Has Such Adorable Goods Ripped Asian Hunks Model As Samurai, Power Rangers, And More Here’s A Cat Spending The Last Days Of Summer In A Watermelon Celebrate The 2016 Summer Olympics With Baskin Robbin’s New Rio-Inspired Flavors!