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Can I find Korean chocolates in Japan? 2012/7/21 02:59
Since I will not be passing through Incheon Airport on my way to Japan this time, I am wondering if I can buy Korean chocolates in the Tokyo/Yokohama area.
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Re: Can I find Korean chocolates in Japan? 2012/7/21 10:39

I've seen Korean chocolate at Don Quijote discount stores (Akihabara, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, and elsewhere), but the supermarkets in Korea Town next to Shin-Okubo Station will have a larger range, with oddities like chili-flavoured chocolate.

I think Narita Airport also has a shop with chocolates and souvenirs from all over the world for people who forget to buy stuff while they are abroad.
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