Konbini Are Very Convenient – Tokyo Intro: Experience #22 of 55
Konbini is the Japanese name for convenience store, adopted from the word
convenience. They are
convenient by being ubiquitous in the big cities near train stations.
There could be one on every block or corner depending where you are as there are over fifty thousand stores in Japan. Konbini are marvels that stock a wide range of quality
merchandise, food, snacks, and drink in a small space. An average konbini stocks over three thousand items.Open at all hours, if you need a drink, food, or some other household item, you can go into a konbini to quickly purchase it. Food offerings at konbini target busy workers and commuters who might want a quick breakfast to eat at work, a fast lunch, or an easy dinner after work. Onigiri or rice balls were a big hit in konbini when they were first introduced with easy to peel off wrappers that kept the nori crisp and separate from the rice.Inside a konbiniAnother aisle in a konbini
Originally an American invention, 7-11s were…
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