Pretty Groceries at Meidi-Ya including Pink Noodles

Besides the Easter stuff which I talked about in the last post, there were many new products I hadn’t seen before. Even though I end up not buying anything, it’s just so relaxing looking at the beautiful packaging and reading the exotic ingredient lists. I am particularly taken with the pink plum flavoured soba noodles. I get excited over things like this.

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Tried to get the price tags in so that you’ll know how much this costs. Just in case you are tempted to pick it up.

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Slivers of dried fish that have been flaked off like wood chips. B explained as I had no idea what this was. He says you can add them to your noodles for flavour.

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The chewy stringy cuttlefish snack I used to have as a little kid in primary school. Same white and green packaging and it cost just 5 cents then.

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Some real healthy juices. The orange was is half fruit and half vegetable and the red one is all veggies. Don’t quite appeal to me but once again the packaging is nice.

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On the TV screen was a demo of how finely your cabbage can be shredded. I am quite a sucker for nifty household gadgets like these.

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Cute packaging

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I don’t know much about cheese, but I was captivated by the variety of gourmet cheese biscuits.

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Saw these ramen noodles from Hokkaido being sold all over the supermarket. It was the special item of the day.

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Gosh I can’t profess enough how much I adore Meidi-ya.

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