My friend, Amy, told me that 100 ¥en is a very popular store. I don’t get why it is so popular. 100 ¥en opened in Ipoh on 18th October, 2008, if memory serves me well. In fact, half a year after their launch, they are still hanging these banners outside.

The reason I don’t get why 100 ¥en is so popular is because they are using the same concept as RM1, 2, 3 stores and those “flat price” stores which we can find in shopping malls. Off hand, I cannot remember any names, though, but the concept is the same.

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100 Yen in Ipoh

I have passed by 100 ¥en multiple times but have only stepped into the store a couple of times. Their household items are nice, supposedly from Japan, but I spotted China products as well, but I always go home empty handed because they don’t have what I want. Or perhaps I don’t want what they have.

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Japanese cat welcomes us

Anyway, since I had my camera on me the other evening, I decided to shoot some photos. They have a new prop outside the store; a Japanese fat cat. And they have also decorated the interior of the store in conjunction with Chinese New Year.

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100 Yen from the back

The store looks so warm and welcoming, doesn’t it? By the way, if you do not know where 100 ¥en is, it is located between Ipoh Parade (back) and Majlis Bandaraya Ipoh.
With love

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