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Family Mart is one of the major convenience store chains in Japan. Convenience stores are called by the Japanese "combini", which is an abbreviation for the word "convenience". At Family Mart, you can buy a plethora of cheap snacks, desserts, and other products at any time of the day.
7-Eleven convenience stores are ubiquitous in Japan. Especially in big cities such as Tokyo and Osaka, a 7-Eleven "combini" (Japanese name for convenience store) is always within a short walking distance of wherever you are. They can be quite fun to explore, as they offer a good variety of cheap snacks that can only be found in Japan. Here is more on 7-Eleven convenience stores.
Do you have any childhood memories of munching on penny candy? We associate candies and snacks as a treat or as a reward for something, so it often gives us a pleasant feeling eating them. This article will introduce dagashi, or old-fashioned Japanese candies!
Fries are really popular worldwide, and Tokyo has amazing fries-specialized places that you cannot miss out! If you are slightly hungry, these places are for you.