Probably most people know that Japan is a heaven for technology, gadgets and all kinds of products that you can imagine between heaven and earth. But did you know, that Japan is also the heaven for home delivery and internet shopping. Not everyone knows this it but Japan is one of those countries that is extremely busy with career services as well as ordinary mail. Anything can be sent from one corner of the country to another with super fast delivery. Not only that, it’s very affordable as well. Unlike in many western countries where courier services are very expensive and even considered a luxury. In this particular country, this is most definitely not the case.
Thanks to such a reliable and fast service not even the Japanese are getting the benefits. Also visitors can take the advantage and order stuff to their hotel room or even guest houses. It has become increasingly popular for those who find a way to break the language barriers. Let’s face it. Shopping on the streets is not always that convenient. If you are fanatic about your stuff, there is one site that you must definitely know and that is the eBay equivalent in Japan. With thousands of sellers you can find very interesting products. And it’s not the case that you could do the same at home because not all of them shop these special products overseas. This is a special treat that can be enjoyed by all.
If you are worried about the English but interested to try it out I have the perfect link for you. Please, for those who want to know exact details read the Japanese eBay article which should enlighten you. While it’s well know to be an auction service, there is a huge amount of new products that are available for immediate purchases. If you are travelling and staying at an accommodation it is recommended that you use that option. For those who are staying longer time with a Japanese family for example, I would further encourage to engage in auction activities too. The stuff you can find is simply mind blowing, and also another thing that is explained within the article is how to translate the website when necessary. In this way you can even get the product descriptions in your own language, pretty neat yeah!
The things I have found from the Japanese eBay are old and rare comics as well as some rare technology items. Such as old “denshi jisho”, which means an electronic dictionary that is very slim and still works. That is the other things important to note. In Japan, a lot of the used products are extremely good quality. I guess it’s just a personality of the Japanese to take good care of their belongings.. which reflects on the used sales market on a huge way. On the down side, many people throw away completely valuable goods just because they are not as well preserved as the standard wish is.
Anyway. If you want to do your shopping original style. Don’t forget to check out eBay Japan. It’s a fun place to loose your money. Even if it is hugely affordable as well. Stay safe, play fun.