Conveniently located by the entrance of Hakone Yumoto Station, this shop has a large selection of souvenirs. I bought a bunch of made-in-Hakone stuff (they have sake, local delicacies, magnets, etc). If you have a Hakone Free Pass, you get 20% off when you spend more than ¥1000 if I remember correctly. 👍🏼
Nicknamed “Land of the Dream Weavers,” Lake Sebu is famous for the T’nalak weaving tradition of the local T’boli tribe. Drop by T’boli Trade and Crafts to grab a few pieces of intricately woven cloth as a souvenir! Go ahead and ask the staff any questions you may have about the cultural practice; and they may even show you how it’s made.
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