There’s no shortage of options for kids in Japan, but one thing you’ll never find in the U.S. is a Japanese childrens clothing store.

The answer is a brand new concept from Tokyo-based company Jiji Kids that aims to take Japanese clothing and accessories to the masses.

Jiji is selling its collection of children’s fashion and accessories online and in stores across the country, including stores in New York and Los Angeles.

But there’s a catch: Japanese kids’ clothing is a big seller.

According to the company’s founder, Akihiko Yoshimura, over 1 million pieces of Japanese clothing were sold in 2016.

(The figure is expected to climb to 2.5 million in 2019.)

Yoshimura’s idea is to change that.

He has a passion for children’s and children’s accessories and has been working on the idea for over a year.

While most kids’ brands don’t have a dedicated store, Jiji has its own storefront with a wide selection of Japanese-themed clothing.

The store also has an Instagram account where Yoshimura and his team will post photos of Japanese children and clothing and ask fans to vote on their favorite items.

The site also features an online poll for the public to vote for their favorites.

For now, the site has just one store and is planning to expand to other cities in the future.

(Akihiko is also working on an international expansion with a Japanese partner.)

But what if there was another store for children?

The answer, it turns out, is YES!

If you’re a fan of Japanese fashion and jewelry, or you want to shop at the largest Japanese clothing store in the world, then this is the place to go.

Jigsaw Kids is launching a limited-time deal on its JijiKids website today.

You can shop for kids’ apparel for $49.95.

You also can get Japanese children clothing and shoes for $34.95 or a kids’ gift bag for $29.95, as well as a Kids’ Bag for $10.00 for children under 5 and $5.00 each for children 2 and under.

The offer runs through December 5.

If you want a more comprehensive selection of children clothing, you can find it at Jiji’s website for $89.95 and up.

The company also offers a Kids Shop for $129.95 for all children under 2, and the Kids’ Store for $139.95 each.

The Jiji kids store has a big selection of items for sale, and they have some of the best Japanese-style clothing in the city.

While Jiji doesn’t have many stores around the world (there are only a few stores in the United States and the U, Canada and Australia), it’s not a bad idea to take a look around Japan.

Here are five Japanese kids clothing shops that you can shop at. 1.

Jazzy Clothing and Gifts in New Jersey: A Japanese-inspired children’s store that specializes in Japanese children apparel.

2.

Jizmo Clothing & Gifts: A kids’ fashion store in New Hampshire.

3.

The Bazaar of Children: This kids’ and clothing store is in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

4.

J-Ci Kids Clothing: A children’s apparel store in Virginia.

5.

Koko-Bou Shop: A boys’ and girls’ fashion shop in Tokyo.

Jijis clothes is a new concept.

It’s a direct online shop where kids can shop Japanese-specific clothing and jewelry.

However, it is geared toward kids of all ages and is very different from the usual kids’ stores.

Instead of just wearing clothes, kids can also create their own accessories, such as socks, belts, mittens, and scarves.

The idea is that kids can buy the clothes and accessories they want to wear with no expectation that the merchandise will be returned.

Instead, they can choose their own designs and styles.

(They can even choose to order a customized garment.)

Jijins clothing also features more casual designs and fabrics, including a cute baby-patterned shirt.

The shop is located in the heart of New Jersey, which is just about the coolest place in the country for a kids-only store.

It even has a large, Japanese-influenced fountain in the back.

The stores are also open for the holidays, with prices ranging from $3 to $10 for items ranging from shoes to bags.

(We recommend buying something Japanese for your birthday or graduation.)

Jiji and Jizmos children’s stores have been popular in Japan for years, but they haven’t been able to compete with the likes of Urban Outfitters or Zara.

But with the popularity of Jijinomics, Jiji Kids is finally seeing some real success.

They’re planning to open more stores in other cities.