Travelling Japan: Convenience Store Food

Convenience stores in Japan are nothing like the 7-Elevens and 24-hour corner stores we have here in North America. The variety they manage to fit in such a small shop is incredible. Instead of just the standard sandwiches and pizza, they have curry, spaghetti, salads, soup, soba noodles, rice balls, bento boxes, and pretty much every dessert.

For lunch, I picked up natto rolls and inarizushi, which is a pouch of sweet fried tofu filled with sushi rice.

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natto rolls

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2 thoughts on “Travelling Japan: Convenience Store Food

    1. Ah, I see, you could definitely think about it that way. But still, a very fun change from the run of the mill 7-Elevens over here =P

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