Japanese Grocery Mini Tour

Hello friends!

I’ve been feeling quite drained recently but I just couldn’t stop myself from blogging, haha. *KAILA STAHPPP*

If I were to rate my productivity today, it would be 10% (this blog post) only huhuhu. I am already thisclose to marrying my bed ;_;

Dear moody Japan weather, please stop raining and making me confused if it’s spring / summer / winter ;___; 

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 Anyway, just want to share these vibrant photos I took while I was grocery shopping earlier.

Thought it’d be interesting to some people who’d like to take have a mini ~photo~ tour of a local Japanese grocery ^^

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Japanese strawberries <3

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Hello Kaila Body, please get better and don’t forget your greens & fruits!!

Love, 

カイラ

 

4 thoughts on “Japanese Grocery Mini Tour

  1. So jealous. ;.; We’re checking out a little Asian market nearby us, and here’s hoping they’ll have stuff like this!

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  2. Hi, Kaila! I was just wondering if store/kombini owners allowed you to take pictures? Hahaha. I mean. Okay lang ba sa kanila? And if you would compare it to the Philippine currency, is it really expensive there or what? LOL. My questions are non-sense (you can ignore this) but I’m just curious. Hahaha.

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  3. Hello Vianna! If there are no camera signs, I don’t take photos. I just take photos casually and if they tell me it’s prohibited, I’ll stick with their rules. haha.

    Yup, it’s really expensive here if you convert. But some grocery items are cheaper than the ones in Philippines too ^^

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