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Kaiser: Homemade Sausages And Ham

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: October 2006, Topic: Shopping, Location: Tsukuba City

In my travels, I happened upon a shop called Kaiser. At first I thought it might be a bakery, but it turns out that it sells homemade sausages and ham.

It is located near the Coco's on Nishi Odori closest to Route 354. The address is Inarimae 26-1. Go straight down Nishi Odori and turn left at the Coco's across from the National Institute of Environmental Studies. Turn right immediately after the intersection (right beside Coco's) and follow that road for a bit. You will see the store on your left.

I went with a friend and she bought some ham, so I will try to remember to ask her if it was good. I just thought I should let all of you know about this unique store.

This article was originally published on the Tsukublog: http://tsukublog.alientimes.org

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