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COMBINI コンビニ

 

  Not limited to 7 Eleven Store, many other names of corner stores are seen in Kamakura as well as other cities in Japan.

 

  Besides the common items in the corner store, fresh vegetables, original drinks and snacks including fried foods etc. are available.

 

  ATM for Jp yen withdrawal by the international card is placed at most of the stores. (But no Bill to Bill Exchange there.)

 

   When you ask the way to nearwby corner stores on the street, you had better say "COM BINI ?".  We call them "Conveni コンビニ" in short with that pronunciation.  If you say "Seven Eleven?", we would answer "No Seven Eleven near here", even if there is some stores with the different name.  Seven Eleven means only "7-Eleven Store" in Japan.

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