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Tokyo Mart in sydney


Kuma
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Hi all,

I'm Baaaaaaaaack !

While planning my Japan 2009 trip, I found out about Tokyo Mart in Northbridge (a suburb of Sydney). I went there and WOW ! It's a combination of a Kombini, a Supaa, and a ¥100 shop. It has everything I need and more !

Here's a pic of my first booty...

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cheers,

Rob.

PS: I have to get Panko next for those Korokke...

PPS: We had Okonomiyaki last night and boy do I love it !

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Wah look great! How big is the store? I really have to make trip to Sydney. Does it sell fish sausage

We have Fujimart in Melbourne. It is of decent size but I cant find fish sausage :(. I really want to try it after reading Hiroyuki post about the sausage

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Wah look great! How big is the store? I really have to make trip to Sydney. Does it sell fish sausage

We have Fujimart in Melbourne. It is of decent size but I cant find fish sausage :(. I really want to try it after reading Hiroyuki post about the sausage

I believe fujimart might be part of the same company/chain as their name and phone number also appear on the "green" (actually, it's blue) shopping bag I bought recently.

I didn't check for fish sausage, but the frozen goods section runs nearly 3/4 of the way along ther whole shop !!

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TOKYO MART HERE I COME! How's the price?

I don't know how they do it, but most prices are similar to the (from memory) normal prices in Japan !

Certainly, this is meant to be a regular supermarket - nothing's overpriced. I'm guessing a lot of Japanese ex-pats do their regular weekly shopping here. It's not as expensive as, say, 5-star gourmet in Crows nest.

Edited to add: The green frozen prawns are the cheapest I've seen anywhere !

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