|Above, inside a Japanese market in the Little Tokyo section of Los Angeles. Photo by Armadn Vaquer.|
Over the years, I've been to many Asian (mainly Japanese) supermarkets and have bought a few things for the kitchen. But the following is something I've never thought of before, but it does make a lot of good sense.
Do It Yourself RV has an article on buying RV and camping items from Asian supermarkets.
They begin with:
Nearly every city has an Asian supermarket that features a wide range of foods, dried goods, drinks, and delicious sweets. Many of these stores also have a handy housewares section where you can find items meant to be used in smaller kitchens or in homes with less cabinet space.
Shops like Japanese-based Daiso or Korean-based H Mart are available in larger cities, but even smaller towns have an Asian grocery or home store where you find some of these smaller-sized and handy items for your RV.
To read more, go here.