Your next stop should be Tokyo Biken, one of several manufacturers of Japan’s famous plastic food samples you can often find next to the entrance of restaurants and bars. Marvel at the intricately hand-made plastic foods in Tokyo Biken’s display and head inside for a great selection of food souvenirs such as sushi-charms, food phone cases, magnets and more. This would also be a great places to buy some new home decorations, that is, if you have always dreamed of surprising your partner with a fake rotisserie chicken or mug of ice-cold and very plasticy beer.
Only a few steps further is Komatsuya, which is hard to miss for its bold, open display of ceramic bowls, which are lined up in front and stacked up to the ceiling of the store.
Finally, end your tour of Kappabashi at Manryo, a shop selling fun, over-the-top decorations, bamboo steamers, tea cups and any other magnificent kitch that we all love so much about our favorite Chinese restaurants.