Saizen

Move over, SM because Saizen has definitely got it all! This Japanese made store has managed to put everything that you might need (and think you need) within approximately 80 square meters inside Robinsons Galleria. Now, that’s my kind of convenience store. I was humorously (and kind of seriously) holding on to Mister M when I first got a glimpse of the store because I was too excited. Imagine, everything for P85! Nakakaloka!

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Kitchenware galore

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Cookie cutters!

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silicone cups and more baking materials

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all you need to make a bento box

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they also had scrapbooking materials

Image0040some of my Saizen loot : an apron, oven mits, ice cream scooper, elastic headbands, and carton cake boxes

We would’ve stayed there longer if it weren’t for my aching feet and our fear of purchasing unnecessary items. Visiting this store definitely requires a lot of self-control.  My advice : leave your credit card at home and set a budget for yourself, because you can seriously get carried away in this store.

My visit to Saizen was so therapeutic and definitely exciting. Thanks, Mister M for introducing to my new favorite store 🙂

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6 Comments »

  1. Ninette said

    Wow, I love Japanese stores. I lived in Japan a couple years. They have a lot of cool stuff.

  2. missmaimai said

    Hi, Ninette! Leave it to the Japanese to come up interesting stores like this 🙂 I hope to visit Japan someday, and i’m so sure i’m going to go crazy with their stores.

  3. Rico said

    Wifey’s been buggin me to bring her here.
    I just hate the parking in Galleria. I’ll never go down there again.
    We’d probably take a cab if ever. Hope she doesn’t see your post.

    • missmaimai said

      Ah, yes. Parking there is such a hassle! Better to take a cab. Just go, you might find something you like… Plus you’ll score major points with the wifey 🙂

  4. tin said

    hi ms. maimai! i’m tin, how can i get in touch with you regarding this blog? thanks!

  5. Kris said

    Been to Saizen, andaming mabibili sana magkaroon sa Manila area.

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