Let's say you're visiting friends from a distant culture. What gift from your country or culture would you bring them (please share details)?

IslaTheWitch

Today, I'm flying to Tokyo for work, and I'll probably be appearing here at odd hours for the next few days, if at all.

I have some outings planned with my friends M&M for the best sushi under the sun. Both girls work at the same company as me. We have a room booked at the hotel for the three of us, and the girls have already taken care of stocking up on sake.

During breaks, we might even work from our company's Tokyo office :D

Sleep deprivation guaranteed!

Of course I have some gifts for girls and other close people from Tokyo office. I will write later in the update what I've chosen this time.

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2 mo
I'm already in Tokyo, it's almost 8:40 p. m. here. I'm dead tired, the 12h flight is the worst nightmare, so it's good it's evening, I should sleep like a baby tonight.

About the presents I brought:
2x Jägermeister for noble husbands of my friends (mainly as thank you for them to letting their wives leave homes for almost a weeke and spend this time with me :D )
My friends got Drindl dresses - kind of South Germany traditional dress, especially visible during Oktoberfest
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2 mo
For office friends I have some German and Polish sweets, some stuffed with liquor for adults and non alcoholic for their kids :D
Let's say you're visiting friends from a distant culture. What gift from your country or culture would you bring them (please share details)?
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