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How to buy at a convenience store
Convenience stores are packed into practically every nook and cranny of Japan these days.
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Convenience stores stock not only just food items, but daily necessities as well. They are an indispensable part of modern life in Japan.
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Most outlets even sell books and magazines, but some outlets also sell tobacco and alcohol 24 hours a day.
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Convenience stores are a convenient way to purchase high-quality, great-tasting food such as hot pre-packed meals, onigiri, lunchboxes, salads, different kinds of bread, ice cream, oden, etc.
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Japan's convenience stores also allow you to purchase tickets, home delivery service, use an ATM, or even send a fax.
ATMs at large chain convenience stores such as 7-Eleven and Lawson even allow you to withdraw in Japanese yen using a credit card.

Many foreign visitors to Japan find themselves repeatedly visiting convenience stores because of their courteous staff and the fact that they accept credit card payments.