Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Convenience Stores

The lifestyle of the Japanese sometimes gives them little time to shop after work. Because of this, there are many convenience stores (called ‘conbini’) located in Japan – in big cities, there is usually one on every block.
In these conbinis, there are a large range of the basic food and drink products, along with pre-made meals for the people who do not have time to cook for themselves.
There are also many items like stationary, hygiene products and cleaning materials: for many people, the contents of a conbini are enough for their lifestyles.
Furthermore, bank transfers, recharging pre-paids cards and even printing is possible in conbinis. The fact that most of them are also open 24 hours a day makes it a convenient place to go for the necessities at any time of the day.

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