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Shopping Online

Author: Shaney Crawford, Issue: December 2004, Topic: Shopping

It used to be that the Foreign Buyers Club was the only store that offered to bring a taste of home to your door in Japan, but we have a few more options these days. First of all, Tsukuba has its fair share of stores that sell foreign foods: La Cave de Yamaya, Grand Plechef, Seibu, etc. And if you can't find what you need locally, you can always order online from one of these stores.

Foreign Buyers Club

http://www.fbcusa.com

Price Club

Website only available in Japanese right now.

http://www.price-club.co.jp

Costco

Two stores near Tsukuba: Costco Makuhari (Chiba), Costco Tamasakai (Machida, Tokyo). Have to be a member in order to shop here. No website, but more information can be found on

http://www.globalcompassion.com/costcojapan.htm

Flying Pig If you can't make it to the Costco store, you can order some Costco products through the Flying Pig.

http://www.theflyingpig.com

If you know of any other stores where you can buy foreign food or goods, please contact us and we will add them to this list.

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