I've seen a couple of shops with signs saying Tax Free. But it's geared towards tourist buyers as you need to show your passport.
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Ok, since many people are posting this and since I am completely against this type of despicable behaviour, here's a way to stop this clown. 日本人女性をバカにする外国人を止めよう！！「白人ならどんな日本人女性ともヤレる」と、自らのセミナーで発言をする、強制わいせつデートコーチのJulien Blancの入国を阻止せよ！Stop "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc, who profits off of teaching seminars on how to abuse women. He should not be allowed to enter Japan to spread his lies and morally despicable behaviour. Please sign the petition!!! http://goo.gl/sXoBWm
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Genki sudo! Awesome indeed
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Rakuten isn't selling directly nor they hold the stocks. Basically the portal is acting as a middleman. Yes maybe shame on them for not filtering what the sellers are posting there, so while at it might as well point fingers of shame at other online ecommerce sites all over. Just IMHO rakuten shouldn't be blamed.
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Too much ranting from China, which suggests that they are the ones who is really up to no good.
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This is so heartwarming. Cheers to those delivery men! I salute you. I hope they get commended by Yamazaki Pan.
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I agree with PapigiulioWhy is Japan the only country being put on the spotlight for this? There's also another country who does this.
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Long story short he didnt have a VISA to enter nor did he even apply for onr thats why he got barred entry.
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Lame PR. The people in thwir Marketing/PR Dept. Should know better.
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