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James | Feb 11, 200411:38 AM     1

I'm a frequent customer at Uwajimaya, love the fish the meat the produce and the breads, also just enjoy browsing thru the isles and picking up one or two items I'm not familiar with. That's how I found the almond Pockys and the casava chips that have become an addiction. But I'd like to expand my shopping trips to the ID by discovering some new merchants. The problem is my unfamiliarity with the items being offered as well as the language difficulty in some of the smaller shops. Does anyone have suggestions or favorites? Not only where to go, but what to buy?

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