Online Store Brings Japanese Culture The Rest Of World

Posted: Feb 5 2004, 9:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:54am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Online Store brings Japanese Culture the rest of World
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J-List is a online store dedicated to bringing Japan and the West closer through shared popular culture.
J-List's store carries a large selection of Japanese Gadgets, Toys, Anime, DVDs, Gimics, T-shirts and more.
The bestseller for the US market is the Looking for a Japanese Girlfried T-Shirt. Browsing through the store, there are lots of products that are extremely wacky and its hard to understand why they exist.
The store is run by an american who moved to Japan over ten years ago. The store operates out of the Gunma Prefecture.
J-List also offers adult products from the Japanese market. Use their under 18 (PG) entry link to avoid those products.

Note: JList is currently advertising on I4U News.

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Other Japanese Shops:
Dynamism
Japan Direct
Tokyo Flash



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