My Japanese Groceries Wish List

from left to right: wild blueberry jam, tomato juice, fried soy doughnut, shrimp soup, pumpkin soup, veggies soup, green tea daifuku, strawberry daifuku, red bean jam buns, egg tofu, matcha saclet, salmon roe

I’ve been trying to overcome my post-hightlighting-hair trauma for the past few hours and according to a friend of mine, my hair turned into “tiger stripes”. So of course I have to switch my mind from “I look ridiculously like those girls from Mong Kok” to something much better: Oisix. I came across with this online Japanese groceries store when I was reading a food magazine earlier today and my eyes turned starry (I’m a sucker for Japanese food). From frozen crabs to daifuku, Oisix offers a wide range of Japanese products. It delivers to most of the places in Hong Kong for a standard delivery fee of 50 HKD (200 JYD). The website is in English, Chinese and Japanese translations but some of the products descriptions are still limited to Japanese only. If you’re living in Hong Kong, enjoy browsing around!




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