I’m not even sure how to pronounce it, “DAISO” but I do know how to shop it. And I know the Texas DAISO I visited is enormous.
Join me on my shopping tour of the Dasio, Dallas Japanese YEN store. Mostly known in Japan and the West Coast, this is a video of me visiting the first of the Texas stores, which I’m told from my readers is the better of the two we locally have.
If you’ve not been, DAISO is the dollar store of Japan. Well, technically the YEN store which converts to $1.50 here, but you get my drift. There are some items that cost a little bit more, but probably 85%+ are $1.50 or less. But the thing is, it’s not your usual dollar store. This store has truly unusual stuff, and a huge selection of make-up, arts and crafts, office supplies, housewares, groceries and more. Join me as I walk through the store and give you some highlights!
So what did I buy? I thought you might ask. I’ve got a video. 🙂
If you liked that video, you might get a kick out of this one: Daiso Haul of Crafting Supplies. It includes unboxing, accountability and a crafting planner. And that’s not all as far as quirky and cool Japenese stores in Teaxas goes. Check out:
Want to visit? Here’s the location I went to:
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