DAISO’s Stick-on earrings (Made in Japan!) – A report on awesome yet affordable items

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Written by Secci

Who doesn’t want awesome yet affordable stuff!? If you love a good deal, keep reading this article—it’s for you! I will keep you updated on all the best finds from a variety of Japan’s popular 100 yen and 300 yen shops!

Stick-on Earrings (Made in Japan)

Price:100 yen (Tax excl.)

DAISO is a popular 100 yen shop in Japan! Its the top 100 yen chain in Japan, owning more than 2900 shops! DAISO develops and releases about 300-500 new products each month. To my surprise many of them are high quality “made in Japan” products for only ¥100!

I went to DAISO and ended up coming home with some stick-on earrings. As the name suggests, these earrings can be stuck to your ears with tape (included with the product).

Not only are they made in Japan, but they also use medical-grade tape!

Believe it or not, I have a total of 11 holes in my ears, so I don’t actually need these: I bought them for my 5-year-old daughter who admires my piercings daily!

Whereas clip-on toy earrings left her ears sore and red, I was happy to find that these were both easy to apply and problem-free!

A fun option for those who don’t have their ears pierced or those with metal allergies. DAISO’s stick-on earrings are the perfect way to dress up your ears—or your little girl’s ears—for a special occasion, or any other day.

Remove the earrings from the plastic, and…

…apply the sticky side to your ears!

The tape was strong enough to last through a full day of playing. Of course the tape’s stickiness won’t last forever, but they do sell it separately so you can save money and re-use them if you want to! The quality was extremely impressive; they definitely looked like the real thing!

Dainty stick-on earrings for only 100 yen per pair—what a steal! There are a total of 12 different designs to choose from. Nonetheless, I hope they come out with more!
They just may be the perfect souvenir for all your friends!



Birth place: Okinawa prefecture


A fan of collecting cute interior misc. goods and storage goods. Her blog, “Look what I bought” features a wealth of information on the best 100 yen shop items.