GIFT GUIDE | Part III



Part III: Merīkurisumasu (Made in Japan)

Mt. Ranier Roll-Top Backpack ($153); Charcoal Toothbrush ($8); Postalco Notebook ($36); Touchscreen Gloves ($25); Camera Wrist Strap/Key Fob ($44); Dip Glazed Mug ($28); Brass Bottle Opener ($65); Tie-Dyed Rasox ($32); Blue Blue Japan Stole ($198); Unionmade + United Arrows Zip-Tote ($120); Tenugui ($6); Monro Tent Slipper ($129).

5 comments:

Nomadic D. said...

Awesome! Usually my eyes just sort of glaze over with these holiday gift guides, or maybe I find one or two items that catch my eye, but you've put together a great list here! I found myself clicking on almost everything and though I may not have found any gifts for anyone on my list, I did find a few things to put on my own wishlist!

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Amielle said...

4`3That blue mug and the zip tote are screaming my name.

(Also wondering if there's going to be a Canadian version. I'd love to see that!)

Lizzie said...

@Amielle No Canadian version this year, the regional editions are over, but some fun ones coming up! But that's a good idea for next year, or maybe a Canadian-made post in general...thanks for the suggestion!

Anonymous said...

What is rugged, self-sufficient, adventurous, or even masculine about a sixty-five-dollar bottle opener? I guess it's kind of stylish? Don't tomboys open their beers with whatever is around?

Lizzie said...

@Anon

It's elegant and refined, but still substantial. And it may make a great gift for a tomboy or non-tomboy in your life.