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    Default Shocking! I found a JP Store willing to sell Oversea!!

    I just found a JP store (it's a big and old store already) willing to do over sea orders!

    However, from the webpage, they are only willing to ship to:
    China, HK, TW, Korea, Canada, New Zealand
    (other countries I am not sure. , but they cover TW, woo-hoo!!)

    It's shuttle-house.com
    (They created a web page for this)

    PS: they are still making up the inventory.....so we will have to wait.....a few days. Also, I am not sure about the pricing. Surely won't be cheap

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    Oh...thats so great.
    they cover New Zealand too~

    Thanks for letting us know bluejeff!!

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    I have sent a e-mail in this web-site, but no reply.

    But at least this store can let us view all catalogues of Japanese products.

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    Well, if you are looking for the new products, that's the place you can go
    But the price is going to be 1.5X higher than usual ones because of the shippings, JP prices....etc.

    But it surely will be a good source to get JP products!! I am looking forward to get something other than rackets! (clothes, pants, ...more)

    It's nice they have a Chinese Page, and you can even send a Chinese(Mardarin) email to them.

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    In fact that the page is in Japanese, but it is very easy to understand.

    I just send the e-mail for some questions, such as how to paid, how to deliver............., but no reponse.

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    Originally posted by forrestyung
    In fact that the page is in Japanese, but it is very easy to understand.

    I just send the e-mail for some questions, such as how to paid, how to deliver............., but no reponse.
    They already stated in the Chinese Page that they will only take Wire Transfer, no credit cards. So is the shipping information.

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    Don't email them in english.. they find it hard to understand. Its better to email them in Nihongo.

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    things are quite expensive actually... QUITE expensive

    Actually, for those of you who can type chinese on your computer, I believe most Japanese ppl can also read kanji (or however they're spelled... it jus means chinese charectors)

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    You have to spend CDN 2,000 dollars or something to get 32% discount. I don't even bother. Other stores just outside of Tokoyo offers 30% discount without quantity or dollar minimum hassle.

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    Originally posted by Pete LSD
    You have to spend CDN 2,000 dollars or something to get 32% discount. I don't even bother. Other stores just outside of Tokoyo offers 30% discount without quantity or dollar minimum hassle.
    haggle with em... the chances are you will get 30% discount anyway

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    It will not work. Trust me.

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    Originally posted by Pete LSD
    It will not work. Trust me.
    Nod, they will not take the risk (u can guess here) for selling at super discount.
    ie, They'll rather sell few at full price then lots at discount to foreigners.

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    Originally posted by cooler
    Nod, they will not take the risk (u can guess here) for selling at super discount.
    ie, They'll rather sell few at full price then lots at discount to foreigners.
    Why is that?

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    One of which could be if they let one to have discount where he shouldn't have, others might ask for the same thing and they will be forced to break the rules and give everyone discounts. That's not good.

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    Originally posted by bluejeff
    One of which could be if they let one to have discount where he shouldn't have, others might ask for the same thing and they will be forced to break the rules and give everyone discounts. That's not good.
    I guess they do it differently then. Because from what i interpret their price listings... it's just the "intended price" to a chinese/taiwanese person... that means OPEN TO HAGGLE!! XD

    But I guess I'm wrong

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    You know what? It is always ok to "try"

    At least you got your chance ! (although pretty slim)

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