Colorful Japan - We Went To Osaka’s Crazed, Cheap, And Cheerful Supermarket Super Tamade

Listen to my words, ladies and gentlemen, I would eat all the food in Japan. Every single sushi roll, every single ramen bowl, every single serving of tempura. Just let…
Colorful Japan

We Went To Osaka’s Crazed, Cheap, And Cheerful Supermarket Super Tamade

Listen to my words, ladies and gentlemen, I would eat all the food in Japan. Every single sushi roll, every single ramen bowl, every single serving of tempura. Just let me run around freely in the streets of Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto for a couple of days, and I would become a huge and happy rolling ball of fat, smiling at you after I ate everything Japan has to offer. Everything. Literally.

And where do you get the cheapest and also best food in Japan? Nope, not in convenience stores, but in supermarkets! That’s why we went to the most colorful of them all: Super Tamade in Osaka! The chain was founded in 1992, has ultra-low prices, and is crazed, cheap, and cheerful in general. Just look at the colors, it’s like living in Alice’s wonderland, or something like that!

Don’t expect high-end quality fish, meat, or vegetables when walking through Super Tamade‘s glowing doors, but be sure to open your eyes and don’t forget to try something new. Get some exotic instant ramen soup. Or some sweet peanut butter. Or some cute Pocky chocolate sticks. Or simply all of that. And you should make a bunch of great photos. Like we did.

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