10 Japanese-Inspired Valentine’s Day Gifts For Everyone You Love
Whether you’re attached or living your best single life, we believe anyone and everyone can spread some joy and love on Valentine’s Day. But if you’re stuck on what gift to give, don’t worry: we’ve done the hard work for you. Scroll down to see the ten Japanese-inspired gifts for every type of person you love.
The love in your life deserves the best and when it comes to pearls, Mikimoto is the cream of the crop. This — like your love — will last a lifetime.
For the person who’s got a major sweet tooth, opt for the widely talked about Japanese Kit Kats that come in fun, delicious flavors. It’ll beat a boring old box of chocolates any day.
Not attached? Not a problem. Grab your friends and make a night of making your own sushi. Good food and company — we can’t think of a better time spent with your favorite people.
Make an ordinary card into a work of an art, like this beautiful pop-up card of a Japanese maple tree. It’s a gift in itself.
Speaking of works of art, there’s nothing like gifting loved ones origami. The Japanese art of folding paper into fun models is something everyone will love. This book contains really fun and pretty designs for whatever you want to make.
Who doesn’t love a beautiful robe? Look to this kimono to give someone you love this very luxe — and sexy — gift.
There’s not a single person who wouldn’t like receiving beauty products as a gift. For the nomad in your life, this travel set is both fun and practical.
For those always looking to stock up their bar, gift this sake set. It introduces those new to sake to the best brands out there and those who are already sake fans will love this well-curated package.
J-beauty is the gold standard when it comes to skin and hair, so gift the beauty lover in your life this cult favorite for an at-home spa experience.
It doesn’t get more romantic than writing a loved one a poem; it’s one-of-a-kind and one of the most special gifts you can give. Speak from your heart and write a haiku. Need help in writing one? Turn to this book for inspiration.