Putting a modern spin on tradiitional crafts, you can find deer-themed gifts with a sense of humour. The company is famous for hemp cloth and you can buy cloths and handkerchiefs in cool designs. | Souvenirs | Nara Park
Don't Leave Nara Without... Your Guide to the Area's Must-Buy Souvenirs
There are so many unique products in Nara that it's hard to choose. Kids will love anything with a deer motif. You can also find high quality crafts and carvings that will enhance your home.
For around 150 years, the same family has made high quality soy sauce here, and it is used in many of Nara's top restaurants. Realising people have limited luggage space, they have produced a range of beautifully packaged smaller bottles and jars. | Edible Gifts | Gojo
This temple is all about tigers, and has the world's largest papier mache tiger at its entrance. There are several souvenir shops near the entrance which sell miniatures of the iconic tiger, complete with nodding head. | History & Culture | Ikoma
After learning the history of Nara's crafts, you can find many traditional pieces at the museum shop, made by local crafts people. This is the place to find reproductions of the lanterns at Kasugataisha Shrine. | Arts & Crafts | Naramachi