Have you ever imagined a whole aisle devoted to cup noodle? How about shelves of variously flavored Kit-Kats?

For those who are used to driving a few blocks to Walmart at any time, shopping in a foreign country can be a shock. Luckily, Walmart actually exists in Japan, if by another name: Seiyu. Plus, many other chains of hypermarkets, supermarkets, and department stores give you plenty of options. In the end, getting your shopping done in Japan is as easy and convenient, if not more so, than back home.

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