Grocery shopping in Japan 2020 + food Haul





Hey gang!
You asked and I’m delivering!(however late that may be). Come see how absolutely ridiculous I look tracing around a Japanese supermarket while not being able to read anything lol. thank god for the *google translate* app because baby…. I also did a little haul to give you guys an idea of the prices of everything so stay tuned till the end for that!
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37 Replies to “Grocery shopping in Japan 2020 + food Haul”

  1. Michael Okpara

    Good day Mdm Tomi

    I am Mike resident in Abuja,Nigeria. I came across
    your vlog via google search,you-tube to be precise centering on AFRICAN (NIGERIAN) FOOD MARKET/STORE IN THE DIASPORA , so thought of reaching out.

    Kudos for the good work you are doing in helping fellow Africans & Nigerians obtain vital info via your channel. 👍👍

    I'm reaching out to you because I help businesses and individuals in the diaspora source, shop, package and ship fresh (and also dried) Africa food items including provisions at prevailing Nigerian PRICES (due to their cost effective nature compared to what is obtainable abroad) as sort of logistics support so to say,hence looking at establishing a good business relationship with you or your organisation.

    Does this sound like something you would be interested in?

    Looking forward to your response soonest.

    Kind regards. God bless..

    MICHAEL OKPARA
    +2348038048605 (Whatsap/Telegram)
    [email protected]gmail.com

  2. GMCiaramella

    That cart is interesting… it is like a holder for those hand baskets instead of having a basket of its own like we have in the US… cool. 🙂

  3. Ashley Kenny

    The meat is cheaper in Japan than Canada – what you paid for the chicken, you would have easily paid waaaay more (about $10CAD/7 USD). Fruits are about the same for us in canada except mango. that's insane.I mean, yes, mango is king but that's sooo much.. bring a luggage of mango when you visit home lol

  4. jk • 전국아

    $14 FOR A MANGO? I just watched another japanese vlog and it was $4 😭 I’d never eat fruit with those prices. I spend about $400~ for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 little girls who have decided to be picky eaters 🙄) rice being 4lbs for $8… I’d die 🖐🏾🙅🏾‍♀️ I got a 40 lb bag for $40

  5. Jese Vetuku

    This is the first video I watched from your channel and I just had to subscribe for more. You're funny and I enjoyed your video ♥️

  6. johnmongver

    Most of the fruits and vegetables are more expensive there than here in Korea but like the meat wow. Normally I need to spend 440 JPY (around 5,000 KRW) per meat product that I buy 😀 and the seafood there is so much cheaper 😭 I cry

  7. Shelby Wilhelm

    Thanks for the insight Miss Tomi! Have you thought about growing your own fruits and veggies in your apartment? There are some that you can do in mini planters and even mason jars! Strawberries being one of the fruits. You can find how to grow them from your scraps online! (Herbs, garlic, and greens are also very good for apartment gardening!)

  8. Jessica

    Hey hun! You can find Listerine. We buy it at our pharmacy!! Also the jelly-like stuff at the beginning is this really low-calorie, virtually flavorless stuff used in cooking. They even have a kind you mix into your rice so you’re filling up but with less calories. If you ever make nikujaga (which I recommend) you use the noodle form of it and they soak up the flavor of the broth. So good!

  9. Heather Ballard

    Honestly I’m so excited to live in Japan one day so I can go shopping at the grocery stores. I love how small the portions are, I don’t eat a whole lot and So it’s absolutely perfect for me 😅I always feel like I waste food with bigger portion sizes. And there’s something about the ways they set up the stores that fascinates me

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