Chinese New Year 2012: Liang Court’s Japanese Gourmet Supermarket

I think the Liang Court supermarket is just wonderful. It has the most beautiful arrangement in terms of both packaging and layout. Just so relaxing to grocery shop here. I love how they very diligently change their offerings with each new festival. So far I’ve seen it change for Christmas, the Japanese New Year and now the Chinese New Year. A total pleasure even to just browse and pick up a few items each time.

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If you’ve never tried them, you just must. Eggs rolls are another version of love letters but I think even yummier.

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I do love my mandarin oranges too. They have to be mixture of sour and sweet. I don’t like them just purely sweet.

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The tiny little tangerines are good too.

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Somehow I can understand why the fruit here is so expensive. Just look at the packaging and the perfection of each fruit.

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Never tried Sakura tea before but fell for the packaging once again. So pretty.

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Fresh seafood section decorated with the lucky fish symbol which signifies abundance.

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I think this is probably the best Yu Sheng you can find. (traditional raw fish salad which is tossed before eating, for luck and prosperity)

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Not a traditional Chinese snack, but I do love this spicy tapioca cracker. Indonesian origins I believe.

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I like the theme of a mix of two cultures.

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Orange bath salts. I like that you get to use this pretty tin after.

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The starchy art glue that we used as little kids.

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So cute huh?

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