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Lawson Mukbang | Japanese Convenience Store Dinner

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Today we're coming at you with a Lawson mukbang! As you already know, Japanese convenience stores were a big part of our meals in Japan. Their ready-to-go meals made it easy for us to eat on a budget, so we often ended up at one of these stores at least once a day. Since we've already shown you what kind of Japanese food you can buy inside a 7 Eleven and Family Mart, we thought we'd complete the convenience store trifecta with a trip to Lawson. Lawson is a convenience store franchise chain in Japan with thousands of locations across the country. In this video, we try some cold noodle dishes ideal for summer, a cheesy rice bake, gyoza flavoured rice crackers, chewy squid that tasted a lot like vinegar, and other interesting snacks and beverages. Enjoy!

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Hey guys! We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada. In this travel channel, we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world. Our most recent trip was to Japan where we spent 2 months travelling around the country and visiting the following destinations: Osaka, Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Nikko, Takayama, Yokohama, Odaiba, Shirakawa-gō and Takao.

During our stay, we visited a mixture of big cities and small rural towns, where we enjoyed eating Japanese street food, trying traditional Japanese cuisine, visiting local attractions and staying in unique accommodations (such as capsule hotels and ryokans) that we are now going to share with you on this channel. The combination and contrast of visiting futuristic cities and traditional countryside areas is what makes travel to Japan so fascinating. Ultra modern versus traditional. This is the essence of Japan.

Our trip to Japan was unforgettable and until now it is one of our favourite countries that we have come to know. However, we only feel as though we just scratched the surface on this trip to Japan. If you want to see more videos from Japan in the future, let us know in the comments that places you'd like us to travel to and food experiences you would like to see on this travel channel.

Have you travelled to Japan before? What was your experience like? Please share your Japan travel tips, advice and experiences in the comments below.

Thanks again for watching our Japan series! Until next time!

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If you're new to our channel or this Japan series please check out the following playlists to get caught up on all of our videos:

All of our Japan travel + food videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-NQ0KYodq5Otdk6epiTqGIoK42-oIgAf

Japanese food videos (only): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-NQ0KYodq5OXyj4OJUydOV2VS-6sd0mC

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This is part of our Travel in Japan video series showcasing Japanese food, Japanese culture and Japanese cuisine.

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