My LiFe ChAnGiNg EvEnTs!

By: kuchai latiff

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Tuesday, 5-Jul-2005 00:00 Email | Share | Bookmark
100th entry

ohoo 100 yen = RM4.90
srupa kedai 5 inggit la nih!
in conjunction with my 100th entry presenting u the 100 yen shop!


my oh my! how time flies! as if i just started photoblogging yesterday and here i am with the lucky 100!

indeed my photo point of view have matured & changed selepas being inspired with other fp frens. I truly value our virtual frenship and thanks for all the comments! mak kenang sampai mati!

on the other note....k yang & k oshin kl pun ada 100 yen shop tau! hihihhihi what's inside don't ask. snapped the photos while rushing for class. kunun nak turun kejap but my car moving la plak though dah tarik handbrake hhihihihiih keta antik la katakan!


more details on the shop yaahh...(an article on the net)

100 yen Shops

The "100 yen Shops" have become quite popular throughout Japan in these years. When they appeared first, the assortment of goods was not rich enough.

DAISOU is one of the giants, and its name is quite well known now. Almost all kinds of commodities are available.

We can buy stuff like calculators, handy radios, packs of envelopes, plastic plates, glasses, cups, towels, toys, thermometers, etc. The list can be endless.

Under deep, long recession, "100 yen Shops" are welcomed by most ordinary people. Once people went to the traditional supermarkets to buy foods, commodities,etc. But nowadays a variety of commodities are sold at "100 yen Shops", so we don't necessarily go to the large supermarkets.

One of the largest supermarket chain DAIEI has set up "88 yen counters" in its pivotal branches in opposition to its contenders.

To be honest, I was really surprised to see the large discount store. Actually, it looked like an ordinary supermarket in Japan. I bought an action figure for my son and some stuffed toys for my daughters at the store. Those toys are still my kids' favorites.

The "100 yen shops" are still small in general, but some larger stores have been poping up recently. I hope huge "100 yen supermarkets" come out shortly.

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