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Inexpensive Fruits

I live in Yokohama.. There are many stand around the streets where selling inexpensive fruits in the bulk. The other super market is OK and Aoba where selling very inexpensive fruits.. Of course the bes choice is always costco where you can find all the imported fruits from U.S.A, and they are all ver inexpensive.

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