This video introduces the food section at basement of Takashimaya.
This is very common for us today. The first food section was set at Matsuzakaya in Nagoya in 1936.
The merits of having the food section at the basement are
“Cost for water, gaz and electricity is lower”
“Easy delivery” “Gathering many customers because it’s connected to the parking lot at the basement”. This plan seems to be very rational.
It’s interesting that there is the food sectio in the department store. It’s cool. I love Japan! :)
Takashimaya has a branch in Singapore, too! ^^ +12
I miss Japanese Depachika! T_T
WOW. That exists! Thank you for letting me know!
That round candy corner is cool and funny! w
If I remember well, Japanese melon is expensive and hard to grow.
In Japan, melon is sent as gift.
Everything in Japan is better than here. I envy.
Number of articles is beyond comparison. I feel supermarkets in US are miserable.
Personally, the best part of Japan is that everything is practical.
I hope my country will be like that.
I would be into this shop once I visit there. Love it!
OMG! How many articles are there!?
I really wanna visit Japan by watching this video! :D
This… makes me miss Japan…. T____T
I haven’t ever been to the basement of a big department store like this, but general shops in Japan have many articles. Children in my school appear at the time when the discount seal is added. w
I have never been to Japan…
I really wanna buy cool stuff there. Does someone take me to Japan?
I could show how it is to my daughter. Well, I will be there together once she grows up a bit more!
Melon costs $55 – 60!? Seriously?!
I doubted my ears when I heard that. I knew fruits in Japan are expensive, but that much…
The basement of Japanese department store makes me excited! :D
There is the food section at a big department store in Germany. Well what they sell should be totally different, though! :)
Nice video! I’m very interested in the difference from my country. The price of fresh vegetables might be similar to the north of Canada. It costs $20 for one cabbage sometimes.
This would be my favorite department store once I visit there ><
Hum… I remember the shops in Taiwan. I never thought the shops in Taiwan is similar to ones in Japan.
Japanese house has kitchen on the first floor. That’s why they have the food section in the lowest place?
Woah! Food heaven exists in the basement of a department store!!! :D
I thought Japanese department is very beautiful and well-organized. We cannot think the same thing at the department store in US. +34
I would often visit if we had the same kind of shops….
There are many world’s best shops in Japan. I admit.
After watching this video, I wanted to move to Japan.
Everything looks very great! :-( +4
OMG! It’s amazing. Unfortunately, there is not basement of a department store in Brazil… :/
If we had these shops, it should be cool! This kind of videos just make me wanna visit Japan….
Some people asked about the people wearing masks. It’s very general courtesy in Japan. When you catch cold, you don’t influence others. When others catch cold, you could avoid absorbing bacteria. People who cook could escape from their desire to speak. Nobody wants meals with saliva, right? +27
There is a basement of department store in Philippine, too. I live in USA now, the food section is on the top floor. w
Everything is packed well. :)
Everything in Japan is great and different from other countries. It’s the charm.
I’m from USA, I always feel “beaten” by Japanese stuff.
I can declare. Japan is the country which has the world’s most interesting, unique and beautiful culture! I wanna visit Japan one day.. :)
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