Are you looking forward to seeing the amazing 2021 Black Friday deals we have for you this year?

Last year we had some great deals on kimono, tableware, stationery and more and this year we’re back with exclusive offers for Black Friday to make your online Christmas shopping as simple as possible.

Whether you’re buying for others or treating yourself, we’re offering savings across a wide range of beautiful Japanese gifts. And as always, you can choose to have all your gifts beautifully hand-wrapped for free; simply select the option at the checkout.

What is Black Friday?

Although the Black Friday tradition originated in the USA, Black Friday is now a globally recognised shopping event.

We’ll be offering exclusive deals on some of our most popular products, with savings you don’t want to miss out on. In 2021, Black Friday falls on November 26th, and here at The Japanese Shop, we will be running our incredible deals all the way through to midnight on Cyber Monday, November 29th. That gives you three days to make the most of the sales!

Why is Black Friday called Black Friday?

The meaning of the term ‘Black Friday Sale’ originates from the day being considered one of the best days for the economy. It represents the move in retailer’s accounts out of the ‘red’ and into the ‘black’.

It started in America as extreme number of people headed out to the shops on the day after Thanksgiving. Over the years it become more popular in other areas. Black Friday is now experienced on a worldwide scale, with the global economy now benefitting from the event.

Black Friday is a great time to get started on your Christmas shopping early and pick up presents for pennies!

Want to keep up to date with all our deals throughout the year?

The best way to stay up to date with all the exclusive and exciting deals we have throughout the year is through our mailing list (you can sign up on our home page). For information on delivery or to discuss the details of any of our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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