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In America, this would be cause for concern, but in Japan, people share the love for the store next door. Lawson of Ohio in the United States who advertised his milk store in 1939 with a white milk can against a blue background, the symbol still used today in Japan. Lawson's customers loved his "fresh and delicious milk" and would stop by every morning to buy. " Well instead of an LA-based car wash where you might meet a movie star or even an Indian chief, at Lawson in Tokyo you might meet Anthony Bourdain or his wife, Ottavia. The Japanese conbini is convenience like kudzu growing all over my native South..with utilitarian value.
The Japanese landscape is draped in conbini (convenience) stores. They publicly declared their Lawson affections long before me. My husband introduces me to one of Japan's greatest delicacies: Lawson's red chicken nuggets. They sell an incongruous combination of snack foods and light porn. This is why I found myself on a cold and rainy Monday sitting at the Foreign Press Center briefing by the CEO of Lawson, Genichi ("Gen") TAMATSUKA. Gen-san know in person that I was representing all of the other Lawson Geeks who couldn't be there.
If you aren't on a train, you are likely at a conbini. There are ample healthy food options like bento, fresh produce, salads, as well as a junk food snack aisle with tastes that dazzle and sometimes perplex, like green tea-flavored potato chips. In his CNN travel show, "Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain," Bourdain states what every Tokyoite knows: Tokyo may well be the most amazing food city in the world. But their fried chicken and their egg salad sandwiches are truly special. When I'm out of Japan, I have Lawson Withdrawal Syndrome. You can pay your utility bills, buy concert tickets, send mail, get money from the ATM, print, fax, order a freshly made latte, grab a bento meal or salad, and watch the free entertainment of men perusing the magazines featuring voluptuous Japanese models. We pine for Lawson installments like seasonal drinks. It appears suddenly, and then, like a sakura blossom, disappears with the wind.
The Tritovore made for an interesting and friendly alien but it was the unnamed nasty flying stingray-like creatures that devoured planets and created their own wormholes who chomped through the romp most threateningly.
I suspect, since the DVD of this story was released last year, that this Jon Pertwee seven-parter (yes, you read correctly - seven) is currently being reassessed by fans.