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Galeri 44 Mozaik, Istanbul

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  • The owner of the store is very knowledgeable in carpet or textile. He is kind & friendly, & no high pressure sales tactics or gimmicks. He took time to explain what each items are & how they are...  more »
  • I and my husband were looking for a Turkish carpet for our little house. Went to Grand Bazaar the other day but found the shops are quite pushy and playing with the prices. One guy were asking 900...  more »
  • Habip is an honest and kind man who will take the time to show you everything and explain the process and history behind all the carpets/ cusion covers/ textiles and fabrics! He has the best price...  more »
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  • Amazing hand made carpets and kilims there Exactly need to visit
  • In addition to the salmon, this shop offers a wide range of Turkish souvenirs. The owner is a Turkish shoper, but he has also studied in Japan. You can also talk in Japanese.
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  • A suspicious man speaks to me in Japanese around Hagia Sophia and tries to direct him to this shop. Ignore it when spoken to. In other words, all the people who come all the way to speak to me in Japanese in Istanbul are basically suspicious. How to cheat the tout against the Japanese in Istanbul is also cunning. "Be careful because this area is - so be careful", "My wife, relatives have Japanese people", "I studied in Japan in the past", "My relatives are now I live in the same place where you are from" and try to solve the vigilance of the tourists by lying, or lie without hesitation, such as "I know the shopkeeper there, so I can make it cheaper". I also try to make them feel guilty and feel bad that They treated me for free tea and coffee for free. Of course, there are good people, but there are also some bad people. Be really careful when exploring Istanbul.
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  • When I left Hagia Sophia, a young man called out to me. "Where do you want to go?" When asked, "To the bazaar," he said, "It's expensive over there. I know a wholesaler who has decided the price of everything properly, so I'll tell you." When he gets there, he is gone, and the staff who can understand other Japanese comes out. There, tea is served, it is talked about at length, and it is talked about the bag which is not interested. It was really troublesome to wind it, so please be careful.
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  • A 25-year-old Japanese fluent young man near the Blue Mosque was called out and went to the shop with caution, saying, "I don't want to be there because there is an uncle's shop nearmes," and he was served tea on the terrace on the third floor, and a very good Japanese man appeared, and after various chats, On the second floor, the explanation of the axe was one after another. They said, "Would you like me to sell you a bag?" Even if I refuse, I will be guided to the first floor further and ask, "How about turquoise?" You don't want to be heavy, do you? The 25-year-old man is only looking at him while he is sitting, and it is already doubtful whether these two are really relatives. 

The pre-thread of the turquoise that the color is dark silver, the price is about 30,000 yen in Japanese yen, please refer to the photograph whether it is real by all means. Because you think you are a friend, I'm making it cheaper, so I just want to sell the bracelet at half price because it doesn't sell." After that, I heard at a different store, it is no problem if you sell your own products by talking to Japanese yourself, but there is a role called "tout", there is a person who pretends to be a relative there, and can benefit from what percentage of the price that the customer purchased. 

Be careful here.
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