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Things to keep in mind when choosing souvenirs

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Pay attention to your manners when handing over

Souvenirs purchased at fun destinations. In Okinawa, souvenirs such as awamori, chinsuko, and brown sugar are popular. There are several points to keep in mind when choosing souvenirs.


Also, you need to consider when handing it over, so we will introduce each point.

Things to keep in mind when choosing souvenirs


If the souvenir is too expensive, it will make the other person worry. As a guideline, you should choose a gift in the range of 1,000 yen to 3,000 yen so that the other party can easily receive it.



Local specialties are well known. Since you can tell at a glance that you have traveled here, it is recommended that you buy souvenirs that are well-known and popular, or that have the name of the place in the product name.


partner's preference


If you think about the other person and choose, it is also a point to reflect the taste of the other person. The thoughtfulness will be transmitted and they will be pleased. If you don't know what you like about food and miscellaneous goods, seasonings such as salt are recommended.

Etiquette when giving souvenirs to co-workers


When buying souvenirs for co-workers, it is important to keep in mind not only how to choose, but also how to give them.


First of all, we recommend that you choose a price range within the range of 1,000 yen to 3,000 yen. If you want to buy enough snacks for everyone in your office, it is better to buy individually wrapped sweets that can be stored at room temperature for a long time.


When handing over the souvenirs you purchased, say thank you, "Thank you for taking the time off." Also, don't forget to write a note next to the souvenir, saying, "This is a souvenir from Okinawa from ○○. Please feel free to take it."

In this article, we introduced tips for choosing souvenirs and manners when handing them over to co-workers. Knowing how to choose souvenirs and how to hand them over will make the other person happy and leave a good impression. In addition to sweets, seasonings that reproduce the local taste are also recommended as souvenirs.


How about some salt made from Ishigaki Island's seawater as a souvenir from Ishigaki Island? The salt does not use any chemicals or additives, and when heated, it becomes sweet and has a gentle taste. We will deliver the salt that goes well with vegetable dishes and meat dishes directly from the factory in Ishigaki Island.

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