Don Quijote, or Donki for short is “the biggest discount store in Japan.” They have basically everything, from chocolates to beauty products – even Louis Vuitton bags have their own glass cabinet!
Of course, I didn’t want to leave Japan without checking out Donki in Shibuya. And of course, I wanted to see if their inventory included outdoor gear and equipment.
Here are some images of what I found.
Compression pants, quick-drying long-sleeve shirts, and running shorts – The shirts provide good protection against the sun when hiking Mt. Fuji’s open trails.
Colorful underwear made of synthetic materials – It can get cold at the summit. Ditch your cotton underwear with this.
Shirts made of synthetic materials – These lightweight shirts are ideal as a base-layer garment.
Sports bra – For girls, all you have to do is pick the color that you want.
Rain jackets and ponchos – But these don’t come cheap. The Penfield jacket costs 2,990 JPY.
Rain suit – If you prefer a two-piece rain gear, this is probably what you’re looking for (Next Rain Suit II).
Sleeping bags – These Coleman sleeping bags are rated for 5 degrees Celsius.
Logos camping tent – 2 people should fit into this 210 x 150 cm tent.
Coleman camping lanterns – These go well with your camping tent.