11 Sundries to Take Home as Souvenirs from Vladivostok! A collection of cute goods with a Russian flavor!

If you want to buy some cute Russian sundries as souvenirs, we have compiled information on sundries souvenirs for those who want to bring them home.

This section introduces practical and pleasing souvenirs such as Matryoshka, the standard Russian souvenir, Russian hats, and cosmetics, notebooks, and spoons that are perfect for distributing.

All of the souvenirs in this article were purchased in Vladivostok. I have also included details of the stores where I bought them and how much they cost, so if you are planning to go to Russia or Vladivostok, please take a look.

In the second half of the article, I’ve also included some of my favorite places to buy souvenirs in Vladivostok!

A must buy when you go to Russia! Matryoshka”


When it comes to Russian souvenirs, it would not be an exaggeration to say “matryoshka”.

They come in a variety of colors and patterns, and their faces are slightly different from each other.

Those colorful patterns are just adorable!

Prices range from as low as $8 for the cheapest ones to over $100 for the most expensive ones.

Prices vary depending on the overall size, the number of children inside, and the precision of the picture.

Those that are too cheap often have inappropriate pictures, so look carefully before you buy.

It will be a fun time to find your favorite child.

Price: $8 for the one in the photo
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

You can buy them anywhere in Russia, but in Vladivostok, the general store called Blood Gift had the largest variety.

Cute fluffy silhouettes! Russian hat “Ushanka”


The Russian hat “Ushanka” is another souvenir that you should definitely get in the real Russia.

The one in the photo costs $24, which is not that expensive. The one in the photo is $24.00 It is not that expensive, but there were some that were made of rabbit hair that cost over $200.00.

There are different sizes, so it may be difficult to buy a souvenir for someone, but you should definitely buy one for yourself.

In Vladivostok, I was only able to find men’s clothing at a store called “Madam XL” on Fountain Street.

Women’s and children’s items were often available at Blood Gifts and other souvenir shops.

Also, since they are used during the cold season, the number of stores where you can buy them is limited depending on the season. In the spring and summer, you should go to the big souvenir shops.

Price: $24 for the one in the photo
Where to buy: MADAM XL

I want them all! Matryoshka key chains and magnets

There are many Matryoshka related goods in Russia.

The matryoshka transformed into key chains and magnets are also cute.

Magnets


The magnets came in a variety of faces and patterns.

I think it would be cute to put some of the colorful magnets together.

Try to find your favorite.

Price: $2
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

Keychain

A small matryoshka key chain. You can buy them for one-dollar each, and they are small in size and easy to attach.

It has a Russian feel to it, so it’s an easy souvenir to give.

Perfect as a souvenir to give away!

Price: $1
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

Spoon

They are well made and sturdy, so I use them at home.

Also, spoons are easy to give as souvenirs because they have a specific use.

If you don’t have a place to keep a real matryoshka, the spoon is a practical and recommended souvenir.

The price was a surprisingly low $3!

Price: $3
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

In Vladivostok, Blood Gift has a good selection of matryoshka-related goods.

Cute notebook with Cyrillic cover

This notebook has a Russian design with Cyrillic characters and the Russian flag on it.

Notebooks are often used, and I think they are a practical and easy souvenir to give away!

It costs only $1, so it’s perfect for a souvenir to give away.

In Vladivostok, I bought them at the bookstore “Blood Kunigi” on Fountain Street. (Reference: [Vladivostok Travelogue] I went to the famous Eagle’s Nest Observatory and Fountain Street! (Part 1)

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Price: from 1 dollar

Where to buy: Buy at Blood Kunigi, a bookstore on Fountain Street
Purchased at the general store behind GUM

“Grandma Agafia’s Recipe Series,” a popular cosmetic line in Russia


Grandma Agafia’s Recipe Series is a famous cosmetic product in Russia.

Lately, it seems to be very popular with Korean girls right now, and they are sometimes out of stock!

In addition to the most popular hand cream, there are also shampoos, treatments, and face creams.

In addition to the most popular hand cream, there are also shampoos, treatments, face creams, etc. The hand creams are not too big and are only $2.6 each, so I think they are easy souvenirs to give away.

The sweet scent is fluffy, the fragrance is not too harsh, and it is moist and smooth.

Giving it to a woman is sure to make her happy!

In Vladivostok, the popular hand cream was only stocked at Blood Gifts.

Other products can be purchased at supermarkets.

Price: $2.6
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

Cute colorful patterns! Pratok, a traditional Russian scarf.


Pratok” is a traditional Russian scarf. It is worn by women, and I have seen women wearing platoks from time to time in Russia.

You can find polyester ones in souvenir shops for $10 to $20, but the original platok is made of silk.

If you are particular about silk, please go to a proper store such as Gumu Department Store.

If you are particular about silk, go to a proper shop such as Gumu Department Store. 100% silk items cost more than $40, but I think it is cheaper than buying in Japan.

Price: $40 or more for 100 percent silk.
Where to buy: silk ones at Gumu Department Store, polyester ones at souvenir shops in town.

Love those big ears! Cheburashka goods, a very popular character in Russia


Cheburashka is one of Russia’s most popular animated characters.

Her big ears are adorable, and she is still a very popular character in Russia.

There were not many souvenir shops in Vladivostok that had Cheburashka goods, but Blood Gifts did.

I recommend going to Blood Gift for Cheburashka goods.

Price: $1 for a sticker
Where to buy: Blood Gifts

Speaking of Russian celebrities, this guy! ‘President Putin goods’


Russia’s most famous person, President Putin, has been transformed into a variety of goods.

At Blood Gifts in Vladivostok, there were magnets, postcards, T-shirts, clocks, and other goods related to President Putin.

Fans of President Putin should definitely take a peek!

Price: $1 for postcards and stickers

Where to buy: Blood Gifts

Lovers of alcohol will want to take this home with them! Skittles


Skittles are containers for carrying whiskey and other alcoholic beverages with high alcohol content.

In Russia, there were skittles with a variety of designs, from plain ones to ones with the Russian coat of arms.

The souvenir shops in Vladivostok had them everywhere. It’s a great souvenir for people who like to drink.

Price: about $8
Where to buy: Every souvenir shop in the city has it.

4 Souvenir Shops in Vladivostok for Buying Sundries

Any kind of souvenir you can think of! Blood Gifts”


Vladivostok’s most famous souvenir shop, Blood Gift.

The store is marked by a large matryoshka. It is directly accessible from the central square in the center of Vladivostok.

The prices are a bit higher than other stores, but it is a store where you can find everything.

It was about 30% more expensive than the souvenir shops in town.

Blood Gifts often has things that other stores don’t, so if you can’t find the souvenir you’re looking for, you should go to Blood Gifts.

Basic Information about Blood Gift

Opening hours: 9:00-18:00
Closed: No holidays
Address: Korabel’naya Naberezhnaya, 1А, Vladivostok, Primorskiy kray, Russia 690091
Access: Directly connected to the central square (tourist information center on the 3rd floor, souvenir shops on the 1st and 2nd floors)

MADAM XL, a souvenir shop on Fountain Street


A cheaper souvenir shop than Blood Gifts. They also had a good selection of Ushanka, Russian hats.

Unusually, they also had men’s Ushanka.

The matryoshkas were expensive, but the detailed designs were excellent, and the shop seemed to have a good selection of high quality items.

It is located on Fountain Street, so stop by and see it while sightseeing.

Basic Information about MADAM XL

Opening hours: 10:00 – 20:00
Closed: Basically, no holidays
Access: 10 minutes walk from the central square


We are focusing on stores nearby.

Blood Kunigi, a bookstore on Fountain Street

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A bookstore located at the entrance to Fountain Street.

It has stationery, stuffed animals, and many other items not found in other souvenir shops.

This one is also conveniently located on Fountain Street, so if you like stationery, stop by and check it out.

Basic Information on Blood Kunigis

Opening hours: 10:00 – 20:00
Closed: No holidays
Address: Ulitsa Aleutskaya, 27, Vladivostok, Primorskiy kray, Russia 690091
Access: 4 minutes walk from Central Square

Lots of Cyrillic goods! Behind the Gum, “Buroonahodag”.


Behind the GUM department store, a number of stylish general stores and cafes have opened in renovated old buildings.

At a general store called “Bureona Hodag” behind the Gum, you can find a wide variety of Russian-style goods with Cyrillic letters.

If you want sundries that you can’t find in ordinary souvenir shops, you should definitely go there.

Basic Information about Buro Lonahodag

Opening hours: 11:00 – 20:00
Closed: No holidays
Address: Svetlanskaya St, 31/2, Vladivostok, Primorskiy kray, Russia 690091
Access: Short walk from Central Square

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Souvenirs of Russia that you can buy by mail order

It takes time to choose the right souvenir. In fact, you can buy Russian souvenirs by mail order.

You can buy the following items on the JTB Shopping website. You can be absorbed in sightseeing and shopping for yourself during your stay there.

・Matryoshka
・Tea in a matryoshka tin
・Russian assorted chocolates
・Russian Vodka

Advantages of buying souvenirs by mail order

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

・You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs at the destination.
・You can get souvenirs at a relatively low price (about $12 for a tea with matryoshka).
・The taste is delicious.
・A wide variety to choose from.
・You don’t need to carry heavy luggage.
・You can specify the time of delivery.

It is a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching 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.

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