Saturday, March 5, 2016

No Cosco Here!

In Hokkaido, I lived about an hour from the big city of Sapporo, where there is a Cosco store (also known as the big American store).  The big American store has big packages of American toilet paper.  No Cosco means no American toilet paper.  If you are wondering what I am talking about, check out my post here, where I illustrated the difference.


I guess I'm just going to have to make do with this ---


3 comments:

  1. Oh wow! Costco in Japan. I never would have thought that. We just got a Costco here. I have not gone because of the membership fee. I can't imagine that I would save enough money to warrant paying to shop at a store. Lots of people like it. I will probably check it out when I need glasses because I am told you don't have to be a member for that and the prices are the best. We'll see.

    Toilet paper is a VERY important part of our lives, even if we don't think about it or even want to talk about it.

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  2. No Costco here either. I've only ever been to the one in Taipei.

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  3. I just looked at your other post. If I buy anything other than the Kirkland brand toilet paper, my family complains. I do hope the brand you found is better than the last non-Kirkland brand I tried.

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