Saturday, August 23, 2008

Singapore Loves Japan

If you are in Singapore, you will notice that there are many Japanese food outlets and influence around. In fact Singapore is a cosmopolitan country whereby there are many foreigners who come to work, study and live in Singapore. Japanese find the cost of living here lower compared with their country yet it is efficient, clean and safe. The one supermarket that has been dedicated to the Japanese people with it's Japanese products is the Meidi Ya. However, there are shopping malls and many retailers in Singapore that is Japanese influenced too. They are the Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Isetan, Seiyu and you can find many Japanese owned shops like Kinokuniya, Pepper Lunch, Mos Burger, Yoshinoya, Ajisen and more. Singaporeans never get sick with Japanese food and new ones are coming up although there are so many already.

Another new Japanese food street opened in Singapore recently. A Japanese Themed Food Street. This is located in Jurong Point.

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