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Are you still going around to buy omiyage? You are out of trend!
Some people worry that they cannot stop by Redhorse because they have to shop for other items in the duty-free stores, but hey, no worries, we have thought of this ahead of you! Redhorse e-omiyage targets on travelers who have short period of stays, providing the service of pre-ordering online and picking up their ordered items at the airport. You can even pre-order before coming to Japan, and pick up your products at the designated airport upon your departure from Japan.
4、You do not have to worry about items getting out of stock, thanks to the pre-order system.
Isn’t it convenient? You might be wondering whether it is difficult to pre-order the products, but rest assured, the one and only thing you will have to do is to register an account on the Redhorse e-omiyage online website, and in just three simple steps, you will be over with the process.
3、Before leaving Japan, head to the designated shops at the departure gate, show your printed confirmation letter and your passport.
E-omiyage QR code
By the way, take a look at our official WeChat account by scanning the QR code below.
Keep in mind that there are also T-mall store and JD Worldwide flagship stores!
T-mall store: https://redhorse.tmall.hk/
T-mall store QR code
JD Worldwide store: http://redhorse.jd.hk
JD Worldwide store QR code
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