Thursday, 6 August 2015

Vending Machines In Japan


Vending Machine Products In Japan

Vending machines in Japan sell a huge assortment of products, mostly drinks including beer and other alcoholic drinks, cold or hot tea, soft drinks, soup, cigarettes, food, toys, cards, books and even umbrellas.  For more information about vending machines in Japan visit Japan Daily Fun Facts.
Vending Machine Suma Kobe Hyogo Japan
Vending Machine Suma Kobe Hyogo Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heated Vending Machine Drinks In Japan

Over 50 percent of Japan’s vending machine market sells beverages, which has led to companies developing technology that allows the vending machines to store heated as well as refrigerated drinks. The most popular brands of drinks are Pocari Sweat, Calpis Water, C.C. Lemon and Aquarius.

Vending Machine Motomachi Kobe Hyogo Japan
Vending Machine Motomachi Kobe Hyogo Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cost of Vending Machine Drinks In Japan

The average price for a drink from a vending machine is about 150 yen. A Japanese convenience store also averages about 150 yen per drink. Some lesser known brands of drinks are priced at about 80 yen, however these are smaller and don’t taste as good.

Vending Machine Motomachi Kobe Hyogo Japan
Vending Machine Motomachi Kobe Hyogo Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Cheapest Drinks In Japan

If your looking for the best deal in Japan on drinks always buy from a supermarket. All the well known brands usually sell for 100 or 120 yen. Sometimes the extra large sizes are about 150 yen but they are better value for the money. The cheapest drinks to be found in Japan are sold at Super Tamade supermarkets in Osaka. The suburbs of Osaka have many of these super markets.



Super Tamade Daikokucho Osaka Japan
Super Tamade Daikokucho Osaka Japan


 

 

 

 

 


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