While from my previously explained experience, I wouldn’t exactly say that Amazon is for everyone. But anyone who does want to get to know it’s hidden shopping secrets of too much stuff. Well, that is something I can recommend to anyone who has too much money. If you are poor, most likely you are better off dancing that sweat off at the disco hall instead of worrying about money. Either way, I got a few emails from a few good friends of mine saying that what I had discovered was absolutely brilliant. I thought that maybe there could be something for not just those who want to show in the German Amazon but to others as well.
Now if something is funky in my opinion that is Japan and Japanese goods of course. Then I found out that Japan also has it’s own Amazon store. Oh my god, I just hope that I don’t have to do any more experiences. And that my friends will do them for me and them report back in the comment section. At least that was the deal I made a few days a go with a very, very good friend of mine. So what happens, is that you check out this nifty little guide on how to do your shopping at Amazon Japan in English and start looking for all those manga, plastic sushi, weird what ever objects that you have always wanted.
While I thought that Amazon.de was going to be the best experience of my life. Well, almost. I have a feeling that the thought of getting anything you wanted from Amazon.co.jp could be a similarly mind blowing experience. Which is what everything thinks including myself. But the reality, that’s what interesting and I want to know your version of the story. Please!
For the person with the best story to share, I will give a gift of a free disco ball. Now how does that sound like? So get to it and start shopping at the Japanese Amazon store right now, or as soon as possible.
It’s sayonara for now!
Mark Asa / Bar Mitzvah Disco