En Japón, los souvenirs se les conoce como omiyage y se compran para ser compartidos con familiares y amigos más cercanos cada vez que viajas. Las ventas del omiyage se han vuelto un gran negocio en los sitios turísticos del Japón. Esta serie de ilustraciones está inspirada en algunos de los omiyages más populares de Japón. 

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