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keet in huis

Next, visit neighbor Keet in huis for loads of kid-themed trinkets that appeal equally to adults

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Materia Urbana

Created and run by a coterie of artists, this studio-shop showcases the work of more than 100 different names in the world of Buenos Aires design, from animators and architects to ceramicists and painters.
From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.

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Matsumoto Kiyoshi

The Japanese equivalent of Walgreens, but stocked with super specific products—like scented floss to string through your earring holes to clean them—this mega-drugstore is supremely entertaining.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Cow Books

Specializing in volumes on Japanese and American art and culture, this inviting, well-stocked bookshop, decorated with Eames walnut stools and a Jenny Holzer-esque LED ticker, makes for a stimulating rest stop.
From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.

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Picnic on Picnic

Come here for journals, calendars, pens, organizers, and notebooks of every shape, size, page count, and color—at prices largely running way under $25.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Swimmer

An inordinate amount of hair baubles, umbrellas, pillowcases, pajamas, dishware, and suitcases, all emblazoned with cartoony images (dancing gumdrops, winking clouds), is crammed into this impossibly tiny space.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Tokyu Hands

One of the best-known stores in Tokyo, this seven-level behemoth sells a little of everything, from wrapping paper to kitchen utensils.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Hejfina

When Heiji Choy-Black opened her iconoclastic store—a Lucky favorite—back in 2004, there was nothing like it in town. She took a chance on esoteric, then-unknown lines, and her indie-centric focus has not wavered.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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Sprout Home

Dedicated to unusual foliage and well-designed accoutrements used to nurture them (curvy glazed vessels, minimalist steel watering cans); it also offers a range of outdoor-themed goods, like buried-wood platters and blown-glass bird feeders.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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