So tomorrow is Valentine’s  Day! If you’re living in Japan, you might need to make or buy some chocolates as a “Giri-choco”, or obligation chocolate that is meant to be a gift for friends, colleagues, bosses, and close male friends. This is a popular culture that you won’t find in any other country. So, if you haven’t make your own homemade chocolates, don’t worry, you can always shop at the nearest konbini or convenience store. Happy shopping!

Kombini chain: 7-Eleven

Ginza Sembikiya

Ginza Sembikiya Chocolate and Jelly. Price: 864 yen (tax included)


Ginza Sembikiya Fruits Tablet. Price: 432 yen (tax included)


Godiva Gift Assortment. Price: 1620 yen (tax included)

Hotel Okura Chocolate 6 pieces. Price: 800 yen (tax included)

Konbini chain: FamilyMart, Circle K Sunkus


CHOCOTERIA by Kouji Tsuchiya. Price: 800 yen (tax included)


La Maison SHIROKANE. Price: 1,000 yen (tax included)

Kombini chain: Ministop


Special À la carte assorted bag by Tsutomu Ochiai. Price: 1641 yen (tax included)


Doucet Japon Assorted Chocolate. Price: 864 yen (tax included)

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