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a cheap vending machine in osaka



Soon after being serviced by Miki, I happened upon what could well be the cheapest vending machine in Japan, dispensing drinks for a mere 50 yen.....



I mean, just 50 yen!


Maybe there is a

....although God evidently costs substantially more than 50 yen.
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On Monday, 25 January, 2010, Blogger Tornadoes28 said:

That's a kick ass deal. Why can't I find any vending machines in Japan for that cheap?  



On Monday, 25 January, 2010, Blogger Akira said:

How does Ko-Hi- taste in Nihon?

Greetings from Mareshia  



On Monday, 25 January, 2010, Anonymous Invader_Stu said:

But are they any good?  



On Monday, 25 January, 2010, Blogger the englishman said:

Heavenly.  



On Tuesday, 26 January, 2010, Anonymous xkawaiidesu said:

eeh that's so cute! ^^  



On Tuesday, 26 January, 2010, Anonymous Scotty.VOR said:

I was going to write a pithy comment to do with a body builder, a tub of instant noodles and that vending machine...but I won't.

Instead your top photo intrigues me EM. The ridiculously colourful kitten head and adjacent sign, and your abrupt photo cropping leaves more questions than answers. Where is this? Why do four vending machines have their own dead-end piece of pavement? Why so much grass (for Japan)? Why only 50 yen?

Something isn't right; I want the red pill EM. And a helicopter.  



On Tuesday, 26 January, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said:

I guess the vending machine is in Miki rest area of Sanyo expressway. Some drivers commented about Kittychan (though they didn't comment about price of drinks at the time).
http://furari.blog.eonet.jp/hitoiki/2008/12/sa-e3dc.html
http://show-hey.com/4/2008/09/post-27.html
Canned drinks sometimes are sold at cheap price but I wondered at 50yen.  



On Wednesday, 27 January, 2010, Blogger ShibataBread said:

Wow, I haven't seen 50yen can soda since I can't remember when.

GOD = 100yen + excise tax  



On Wednesday, 27 January, 2010, Anonymous Adrian said:

wow that's pretty cool! and it looks cute too  



On Thursday, 28 January, 2010, Blogger About The Institute said:

God in a can for 50yen. That is a good deal my friend.  



On Monday, 01 February, 2010, OpenID alexanderabroad said:

Oh man, I've been here for 4 months now and still don't think I've seen God coffee yet. Was it amazing?  



On Monday, 05 April, 2010, Blogger Quazi Mainul Hasan said:

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