|Find the nearest Costco in Japan if you want great deals on fruit, fish, guacamole, salsa, and cheese!|
|Riding my bike (the black pearl) to Costco is a fun and memorable experience in Japan.|
|The Costco I go to at Tamasakai in Sagamihara.|
I am happy to know that if I am craving a slice of pizza or a good old fashioned hot dog and soda I can simply bike on over to Costco and pick up some food. Their selection in Tokyo is amazing and the store is packed with everything imaginable both Western and Japanese. They even have giant buckets of kimchi and soju if you are looking to delve into some Korean cooking or drinking. I picked up a great bottle of Argentinian Malbec, one of my favorite kinds of wine for only 700 yen, about $7 the last time I went. In addition, Costco has great appliances and sports equipment. I actually walked to Costco from the nearest subway station from my house the first visit, and ended up purchasing a bike and riding home with all of my goodies!
|The first time I went to Costco I rode home on my new bike with cheese, pillows and milk!|
|Inside Costco in Tokyo.|
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