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Shipping dry goods back to Singapore 2012/6/30 19:43
I will be in japan for a holiday for 2 weeks and would want to buy back as much of my favorite japanese snacks or local goods as I can. Is there anyway I can consolidate and ship them back for a reasonable rate instead of dragging them with me to the airport or all around hokkaido. Best is if i can pack them nicely in a carton and ship them back. Since they are dry goods, i would not mind if it takes long time to reach Singapore.

If not practical, is there anyway I can get a carton in Japan so that at least I can check it in nicely in my return flight.

Also is it possible/practical to buy whole melon and ship or carry it back to Singapore as omiyage?

Thanks! =^.^=
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Re: Shipping dry goods back to Singapore 2012/7/1 13:09
maybe this might be of help

kuroneko yamato international

Japan Post: Parcel International
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