14 Souvenirs from Amsterdam, Netherlands! Explanation of recommended goods, cheese, and sweets.

Now that you have decided to go to the Netherlands, you are thinking about what to buy as a souvenir to take home.

In this article, I will introduce some souvenirs from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I wrote about famous sweets, sundries, and cheese.

You can buy all of them near the central station in Amsterdam, so please refer to it. This is a good place to buy souvenirs in Amsterdam.

The Netherlands is a country where cheese is very tasty and cute goods are everywhere. It’s definitely fun to choose souvenirs in the Netherlands.

1. Speaking of Dutch sweets, “Stroopwafel”

Stroopwafel is a pastry that originated in the Netherlands. It’s a thin waffle covered with a sweet syrup.

It’s a waffle, but with syrup in between, so it’s deliciously moist!

It is an affordable souvenir that can be bought at any supermarket in the Netherlands. They are not too sweet, which is to Japanese taste, and go well with tea or coffee. .

You can buy it for 2.29 euros, so try it once and see how you like it.

If you like it, I think you should buy more and go home. It’s a cute looking snack, so it’s good to give to others.


2.29 euros

By the way, you can also buy Stroopwafels and other items in cute boxes by mail order.

It’s not easy to find souvenirs to give to people in the area. It would be a shame to go abroad and only look for souvenirs.

You can also buy souvenirs on the JTB website, so you should take a look.
>>Take a look at JTB Shopping

2. Actually the world’s largest cheese exporter! Dutch cheese as a souvenir

Can you take cheese home with you? If you’re looking for a place to bring home cheese, you can get it vacuum packed at the store, and the cheese itself will last for a long time. It’s not a problem to take it home as a souvenir.

Specialty stores will even let you taste the cheese, so you don’t have to risk giving something you don’t know how it tastes as a souvenir.

Gouda cheese, a famous semi-hard cheese, is the best choice for a souvenir.

Gouda cheese has a yellow wax coating on its surface, as shown in the picture below.

The cheeses are not too habit-forming, so they are easy to choose as souvenirs for Japanese people.

On the contrary, softer cheeses do not last very long. If you want to buy a souvenir, choose a hard cheese.

We went to a cheese store called “Amsterdam cheese company”.

It is a short walk from Amsterdam Central Station, so you can stop by while sightseeing. You can taste everything you are interested in and buy it when you are satisfied. The cheese with herbs and basil is delicious!

When purchasing, remember the English phrase “Can you make vacuume pack? (Can you make vacuume pack?).


It depends on the type of cheese, but semi-hard cheeses can be bought for around 10 euros!

Amsterdam cheese company Damrak store

・It is located on the street between Amsterdam Central Station and Dam Square, and can be reached on foot from Central Station.
・Address: Damrak 84, 1012 JS Amsterdam
・Opening hours: 10:00 – 20:00
・Closed: No regular holidays

※You can check the other stores of Amsterdam cheese company from their official website.

When it comes to Dutch sundries, “wooden shoes”

This is the first time I’ve ever seen a pair of wooden shoes in the Netherlands. This is the first time I’ve ever seen a pair of wooden shoes.

This is the first time I’ve ever seen such a thing.

There are many wooden shoe goods such as key chains, magnets, and small figurines.

3. Wooden shoe key chain (1 euro)

I also bought a key chain, but the shoe motif is still cute.

I also bought a key ring with a cute shoe motif. It’s a great souvenir with a Dutch touch.

・Price: 1 euro

4. Wooden shoe magnet (3 Euro)

Wooden shoe magnets are also available. The little wooden shoes are cute.

・Price: 3 euros

5. Blue pottery as a souvenir! Delft Pottery

The Netherlands is famous for its blue “Delft Pottery”. The Netherlands is famous for its blue “Delft” pottery, but real Delft pottery is quite expensive.

But the real Delft pottery is quite expensive, so the souvenir shops in Amsterdam have a wide selection of miscellaneous items with Delft pottery patterns.

プIf you want to buy a cheap souvenir, you can check out the sundries at souvenir shops. Most of them have a selection of Delft patterned goods.

Dutch standard tulip pattern sundries

When you think of the Netherlands, tulips probably come to mind for many people. There are many tulip-patterned sundries available at souvenir shops, and they are all very cute.

There are not many small items with tulip patterns in Japan, so it is a good idea to buy at least one in the Netherlands. Stationery, in particular, is easy to choose as a souvenir because you can never have too many.

6. Ballpoint pens and notebooks

Ballpoint pen 2.5 euros, notebook 3.5 euros

7. Mug

6 euros

8. A tulip figurine, typical of the Netherlands, as a souvenir

In the Netherlands, tulip bulbs are also sold as souvenirs, but unfortunately you can’t bring them back to Japan.

There are a lot of tulip figurines in souvenir shops. Since you can’t take the real ones home with you, it would be a good idea to buy tulip figurines as souvenirs.

I thought it would be cute to display as an interior decoration.

Not only did they have figurines, but they even had tulip-shaped ballpoint pens…!

9. Tulip and windmill patterned spoons to use at home

This time my favorite Dutch souvenir is this spoon. This spoon has tulips and windmills on it. .

I liked it so much that I decided to buy it right away. Kitchen utensils can be used frequently back in Japan, making it a great souvenir.


4 euros

10. The Netherlands has a wide variety of magnets! The Netherlands has a wide variety of magnets, and they are cute.

They have magnets of the streets and buildings of Amsterdam, so I thought it would be nice to pick out three or so to buy and take home.


4 Euros

11. Amsterdam tote bag

I saw a lot of tote bags in souvenir shops in Amsterdam. They all cost 8 euros. The tulip pattern on this bag is cute.

I think it is a good idea to buy one tote bag as a souvenir because it is reasonably priced.


8 euros

12. Notes from Amsterdam

I felt that many of the souvenirs from the Netherlands were cute notebooks. It’s a cute notebook with Amsterdam cityscape and Delft patterns.

It’s a good idea to buy a notebook for yourself, and it’s easy to use as a souvenir since notebooks are useful for many things.


3.5 euros

13. Luncheon mat in the city of Amsterdam

A simple luncheon mat with an Amsterdam cityscape on it.

Many Dutch souvenirs are pretty, especially tulips, but there are also souvenirs with simple designs like this.

If you like simple designs, this is a good souvenir for you.

14. Delft patterned bag

The Delft pattern is also available on plastic bags, which can be used for many things in Japan. If I buy too many souvenirs, I want to take them home in these cute bags.


4.5 euros

Recommended places to buy souvenirs in Amsterdam

“Dam Square Souvenir” in Dam Square, where you can find all kinds of Dutch souvenirs


If you want to buy a bunch of souvenirs in Amsterdam, you should visit the Dam Square Souvenir. It is a large souvenir shop where you can get most of the Dutch souvenirs.

You can find everything from petite souvenirs to high-end Delft ware, so I think it is most efficient to buy souvenirs in bulk at Dam Square Souvenir.

We also bought our souvenirs at “Dam Square Souvenir”!

We looked around a lot of souvenir shops in Amsterdam, but Dam Square Souvenir had the best selection.

They’re open until 10pm every day, so it’s a place you can stop by after sightseeing. Dam Square Souvenir

Dam Square Souvenir

・Address: Dam 17, Amsterdam
・Access: 2 minutes walk from [streetcar] 4, 9, 14, 16, 24, 25 Dam.
・Opening hours: 9am – 10pm
・Closed: No holidays

If you don’t have time, visit the souvenir stores on Damrak Street

If you don’t have time to go to Dam Square, you can buy souvenirs at Damrak Street, which connects Amsterdam Central Station and Dam Square.

If you don’t have time to go to Dam Square, you can buy souvenirs at Damrak Street, which connects Amsterdam Central Station and Dam Square. There are also souvenir shops that you can walk to from the Central Station, so make a quick purchase on Damrak Street.

Sweets at the Albert Heijn supermarket in Amsterdam Central Station

If you want to buy souvenirs at a supermarket in Amsterdam, I recommend the supermarket at the Central Station.

If you want to buy souvenirs in Amsterdam, the supermarket in the Central Station is a good place to start. Albert Heijn, which is common in the Netherlands, is also in the Central Station.

They have a wide variety of cheeses, hams, salads, breads, and even souvenirs such as stroopwafels. If you don’t have much time and want to buy some snacks and souvenirs quickly, you can do it at the Hauptbahnhof.

Dam Square Souvenir

・Address: Dam 17, Amsterdam
・Access: 2 minutes walk from [streetcar] 4, 9, 14, 16, 24, 25 Dam.
・Opening hours: 9am – 10pm
・Closed: No holidays

If you have time and want to take a closer look at the supermarkets, try Albert Heijn near Dam Square.

Dutch souvenirs that can be bought by mail order

Reference: >>JTB Shopping

Dutch souvenirs can actually be purchased by mail order. You can buy the following items on the JTB website.

  • Stroopwafels
  • Tulip chocolates
  • Delft-patterned goods
  • Dutch-style lip balm

Advantages of Buying Souvenirs by Mail Order

The following are some of the advantages of buying Thai souvenirs by mail order.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs in Thailand
  • You can get souvenirs rather cheaply (about 8 euros for a box of milk chocolates)
  • The taste is delicious
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • No need to carry heavy luggage locally
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal.

Be smart about preparing souvenirs for distribution by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself when you are there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You don’t have to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away. You can buy souvenirs on the JTB website, so you can prepare souvenirs to give away here.

>>Take a look at the souvenirs at JTB Shopping.

Summary: Souvenirs are available near Amsterdam Central Station

Amsterdam’s Central Station is the place to buy most souvenirs. If you don’t have a lot of time, try to go around the station efficiently.

Amsterdam’s Central Station is actually a very convenient station, making it easy to shop. If you are having trouble shopping during your stay, go to the Central Station. Some stores are open on weekends and holidays, and you can often get everything you need at the Central Station.

Have a nice trip to the Netherlands!


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