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  • Can I buy vegemite in Japan?

    Where can I buy Vegemite in Japan?
    My source in Fukuoka, Maedia, has gone bankrupt.
    This is a big problem!!!!!!!

  • #2
    No worries! You can buy your fix online at the Foreign Buyer's Club.

    http://www.fbcusa.com/public2/

    Not cheap, but at least you can get it here.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sasukene
      No worries! You can buy your fix online at the Foreign Buyer's Club.

      http://www.fbcusa.com/public2/

      Not cheap, but at least you can get it here.
      Thanks.......I can feel the tremors disappearing already !!!!!!

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      • #4
        If you're in Tokyo.

        National Azabu supermarket sells it.

        I also found a shop in Ginza near Mikimoto pearls selling heaps of foreign food the other day.

        They were also selling vegemite.

        I bought a few jars yum yum.

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        • #5
          A chain named Marushin sells it. You would think all the Meijiya stores as well.

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          • #6
            Or you could just go on down to Homac or Autobacs, and get a can of axle grease. To me, they are pretty much one and the same!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by canadamanada
              Or you could just go on down to Homac or Autobacs, and get a can of axle grease. To me, they are pretty much one and the same!
              Hey, ya hoser!

              Good Post, eh!

              That Marmite shiite is just that, eh!?

              Sorry, eh!?

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              • #8
                i dont like the taste & the smell of it too.But maybe i could learn to eat coz i always try like nato,taco.

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                • #9
                  Hi...yeah...vegemite is everywhere in Tokyo too.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by samuri
                    Where can I buy Vegemite in Japan?
                    My source in Fukuoka, Maedia, has gone bankrupt.
                    This is a big problem!!!!!!!
                    If you're that hard up you can always have a natto sandwich.

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                    • #11
                      i know its for vegimite but where can i get marmite(nz version of vegimite) in japan??

                      im living sanda so hopefully around in kobe or osaka area...

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                      • #12
                        ano... I feel a little silly now.. But what is vegemite?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Yoshi
                          ano... I feel a little silly now.. But what is vegemite?

                          Vegemite is a savory spread that you put on bread and toast and is made from a yeast extract. Quite salty but has quite a following among many New Zealanders and Australians.Just as many dont like the taste which has the taste and consistency of shoe polish.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SSDD
                            i know its for vegimite but where can i get marmite(nz version of vegimite) in japan??

                            im living sanda so hopefully around in kobe or osaka area...
                            Marmite you can get through FBC as well. To be honest though...who wants it when you can have JjX instead. Yummy!

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                            • #15
                              Vegemite is great!@Good for you too, It is very high in B group vitamins. I guess it is what you get used to, vegemite on toast is a very common breakfast food in Oz, especially for children.

                              It is a taste that many people grow out of as they get older. While I rarely eat the stuff anymore, I can recall my last trip to Japan, I had a reall craving for a taste of home, and vegemite fit the bill nicely.

                              NK

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