A little America in Japan

Tonight, I signed up for a Costco membership. Costco is very much like its North American counterpart, including the hot dogs in the food court area. Lots of imported food. The Costco store I went to was near Tamasakai Station in Machida. It took 3 trains to get there. Afterwards, Red Lobster was on the dinner menu. It is actually quite different than Red Lobster in Canada. Much of the menu is different, and my favourite shrimp meal isn’t there. But it was decent. Have you been to either one in Japan?

It looks just like Costco in Canada.

If it wasn't for the Japanese on the signs and flags, you'd think this was in North America.


Filed under Food, Japan, Machida, Tokyo

2 responses to “A little America in Japan

  1. I so want to go to Costco! But not sure whether the membership fee is worth it. We wouldn’t be able to go often. Maybe once a year at the most. And that’s the reason why we haven’t gone yet. That and the fact that we have absolutely no space to store any bulk size packages. God, I miss Costco…

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