A step up from Japan’s big 100yen stores, 3 Coins offers a broad range of homeware goods at discount prices.
Geared mainly towards female shoppers, the store provides a myriad of kawaii (cute) items, such as bunny-shaped toothbrushes, colourful hair bands and lacy socks.
Because of the slightly increased price, the quality of items here tends to be higher than in most 100yen stores.
The vast majority of goods at 3 Coins are priced 300yen, plus tax. Items which are more expensive are clearly labelled.
This branch in Kyoto can be found in the covered arcade section of Teramachi Street, one of the city’s busiest shopping areas.
- Shikibucho 250, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 604-8061
- Kawaramachi Station (Hankyu Kyoto Line) is the closest rail link 3 Coins. From exit 9 the store is a 6-minute walk. From Sanjo Station (Keihan Line and Tozai Line), it is 10 minutes’ walk.