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There’s a whole section of bright tools for yard work, including a veritable rainbow of trowels.
Who even knew dog diapers were a thing? Daiso also carries a selection of leashes, collars and brushes.
A mini two-layer lunch container is like a bento box for the elementary school set. Throw in a package of freeze-dried grilled squid legs or sweet and spicy tilefish from Daiso’s grocery section, just to see if he’ll eat them.
Buy her one of these lint rollers made for use on carpet, and act nonchalant when she asks you what it is.
Mobile cigarette smoking must be a big pastime in Japan, since Daiso carries a half-dozen change-purse-sized wallets that double as secret ashtrays.
It will be tougher for him to growl at you in the morning when he’s greeted bedside with a smiling mug.
Maybe try a passive-aggressive move like sending a selection of these graphic erasers imprinted with faces.
Come on, admit it: You secretly love dollar stores. And how could you not? They are as ubiquitous as doughnut shops, and their wares are just as irresistible. Now there’s a new one with international flair: Daiso.
The new Japanese import brings to mind a giant Walmart (it’s got everything from office supplies to kitchen gadgets) that’s been dipped in Day-Glo colors.
Most everything is $1.50, which means you’ll be filling up the push-cart with lots of cool stuff you didn’t even know you needed. Best to keep your gift list in mind--look at the surprise bargains here.
Daiso, Little Tokyo Galleria, 333 S. Alameda St.; daisojapan.com
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