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Cool Japan / The Convenience Stores by Cool Japan NHK

Taking up herewith "My Cool Japan" via "Cool Japan NHK".
私の“cool japan”
The Convenience Stores
Marilia Melo from Brazil

As you might know, Convenience stores (コンビニエンスストア), often shortened to konbini (コンビニ), developed tremendously in Japan. 7-Eleven Japan, while struggling to localize their service in the 1970s to 1980s, evolved its point of sale-based business, until ultimately, Seven & I Holdings Co., the parent company of 7-Eleven Japan, acquired 7-Eleven (US) from Southland Corporation in 1991. Japanese-style convenience stores also heavily influenced those stores in other Asian nations, such as Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, and China.

Ms. Marilia Melo's feeling from Brazil is as follows:
For me, what is really Cool in Japan are the Convenience Stores, or combinis! We don't have this kind of combini in Brazil. We only have some old ones near the gas station. Here, ANYWHERE you go, you will surely find at least one combini. I heard that even in the country side, they have some kind of mobile combinis, where they go near the houses to sell for elderly people, this is amazing!

The combinis here have everything you need to survive. From food and drinks to accessories, medicines, cleaning products, magazines... And I especially like the food they sell depending on the seasons. I'm talking about oden, anman, ice, and other kind of traditional food that you have the opportunity to eat whenever you want, you just have to go to the combini!
For me, they are the best example for what "convenience" means!
Via Cool Japan NHK

By TS on Apr 12, 2012
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