Supermarket

Supermarket spot sales seller, Nakano ward, Tokyo.

Supermarkets in Japan are usually dotted on weekends with people at makeshift stalls pushing must-sell items such as tea, snacks and delicacies.

Listen to a woman inviting passersby in a constant motherly patter to try her wares. Can you pick out the Japanese pronunciation of cholesterol?

April 26, 2006.

A super shopper.

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