British food in Meidi-ya

Generally I wouldn’t recommend Meidi-ya, as it’s expensive and really caters for the Japanese taste in Western products. There are a few things that are difficult to get elsewhere though (near the top of this list):

small Walkers rich fruit pudding 1260 yen

Colman’s mustard 450 yen

Pataks curry paste

Robertsons mincemeat 699 yen

Vegemite 420 yen

damson jam

green pea soup

Quaker oatmeal

Scottish porridge oats

lemon curd

Harrods tea, coffee, pickles and brown sauce for silly prices, e.g. about 1400 yen for the brown sauce


fake After Eights

I went to the one in the basement on Maru Biru (opposite Tokyo station) and there are four other large shops in Tokyo:

English language store guide (click on the photos for Japanese-language maps)


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