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Since many sites introduce you to what you should take with you when you go abroad, I will write what I should have taken with me aside from basic needs. This kind of stuff is shameful, isn't it?

・More Japanese instant food products
・A cup
・Clothes for sleeping
・Indoors slippers
・Chopsticks
・Japanese snacks
・Condiments such as soy sauce, sesame oil, salt, mustard, etc
・Recipe books
・More shoes including
・Sandals
・Presents for my roommates such as Japanese products
*It varies among different individuals

Today I bought 5kg of rice ($16) and sandals ($5 on sale) for my room!
These days my staple food here is Shin noodle, so I'd like to mend my ways - in a Japanese way.
I'll make rice balls for my lunch every day starting tomorrow!!

For lunch, I really missed Japanese food, so I went to eat a Japanese meal, "chicken set menu" for $5.50 near Town Hall. The Chicken was so thin...After 3 o'clock, we are able to get a discount. Sometimes i think that it is very important to eat our own food to keep our mind stable.
I think the average cost for lunch around the city is around $10. (I feel this is a little expensive.)

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In addition, Japanese foods or snacks usually cost three times on average. For example,
confectionery maker Bourbon, petit size series white chocolate cookie cost about $2.5.

Today’s word(s) or phrase(s) found in my daily life.
1. [Kooky] Prince Charles (on TV)
= strange or eccentric
2. [Spooky] Cappuccino. (on a post card)
= strange and frightening
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