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Good combini food and ekiben are uniquely Japanese things, I think. That and the huge adult beverage selection!

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Generally, we don't eat "fresh food" from American combini because it's not fresh or food! Think of hot dogs sitting under heat lamps for most of the day at the Kwik-E-Mart. Given that choice, people usually do fast food or nothing at all.

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In central London there are some Japanese shops which sell typical Japanese bento. Sometimes I buy this o-bento to take home for my dinner. (Sabishii, ne.)

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For instance, if you want ham, sundried tomatoes, and curried chicken in a brown bap or foccacia bread, you ask for that and they make it straight away. Those shops are often run by Italian people and you see similar kind of shops in Italy.

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The passenger would lean out of the window to pay and take the picnic bag. This was 30 years ago and I don't know if this still happens.

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man i miss bento.. =( *look at frozen dinner* .. >_> *sigh*

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Did you taste the new starbucks pink beverage?
One friend of mine has said to me that has a little salted taste as japanese people like.
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Wow !
I love Starbucks and bento boxes too !
I think I'm gonna post an article of that strange drink in my blog. Thanks for the info !

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Thanks
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Marco

Bit expensive bento, isn't it? Bentos are so nice and おいしい~~~

how is that drink from starbucks?

Wolf

Abraxis might be correct about his city but, in Los Angeles the size of the Japanese community ensures that we have many delicious bento available.
In 'little Osaka'(Sawtelle Blvd), Nijiya Market has great well priced bento and there is also Mitsuwa Market nearby.

mari

arigato for comments. I really miss London. when I stayed in London, I ate sandwish everyday. Hi abraxis yes I heard there are no fresh food in american combini so I understand he thought it so weird and refused to eat.

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In London we have punnets of sushi available at many supermarkets like Waitrose or Marks & Spencer. Also ready made sandwiches and things like Mexican style roll.

In the past couple of years, chain stores have grown up such as Itsu, Samurai and Wasabi, which sell sushi and a range of bento boxes and noodles.

In central London there are some Japanese shops which sell typical Japanese bento. Sometimes I buy this o-bento to take home for my dinner. (Sabishii, ne.)

A more popular thing for British is the sandwich shop where you can have anything you like. For instance, if you want ham, sundried tomatoes, and curried chicken in a brown bap or foccacia bread, you ask for that and they make it straight away. Those shops are often run by Italian people and you see similar kind of shops in Italy.

UK railway stations don't have ekiben, but we have lots of food stalls in the concourse which sell things like baguette sandwich, or savoury croissants, bagels and so on.

I remember in Italy there used to be a kind of ekiben which was people with a cart selling a bag of picnic food alongside the train as it waited in the station. The passenger would lean out of the window to pay and take the picnic bag. This was 30 years ago and I don't know if this still happens.

I like ekiben culture in Japan and I want to have one every time I go on a long journey.

abraxis

Generally, we don't eat "fresh food" from American combini because it's not fresh or food! Think of hot dogs sitting under heat lamps for most of the day at the Kwik-E-Mart. Given that choice, people usually do fast food or nothing at all.

Good combini food and ekiben are uniquely Japanese things, I think. That and the huge adult beverage selection!

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