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Q: Japanese super market in Beijing?

I have some really good recipes for healthy Japanese dishes but can't find them in normal imported supermarkets in Beijing- does anyone know where there's a Japanese supermarket here? 

 

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A Japanese supermarket? Impossibruuu!!! Sorry I don't know but you can always try taobao!

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A Japanese supermarket? Impossibruuu!!! Sorry I don't know but you can always try taobao!

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Aeon is Japanese, does Beijing have that?

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Aeon/Jusco (same thing, different name).

 

You can also try Taste/Park'N'Shop from HK, they usually have a massive Japanese food selection.

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