List of Convenience Stores in Japan

If you walk in a city area in Japan i can assure you after every 15 minutes of walking you will find a convenience store in Japan. Actually convenience store is one of the most convenient way in Japan to have instant snacks and even your lunch. In Japan I found convenience  store is a small surrounded land of all kind of food and even a thousand types of food and combination of different types of beverage.
So if I want to define the Japanese convenience stores it's a mini package of everything whatever you need in your daily life.
Now I am going to listing the numbers of convenience stores in Japan:

1.7-Eleven (Seven & I Holdings Co.):
7-Eleven is one of the most spreaded convenience store in Japan. Wherever you will go in Japan you will found 7-Eleven. One of the best food item I found is a special kind of breads of 7- Eleven and the bread name is Junda bread.
Junda bread is combined of soft cream and Junda inside the bread. Ok I am letting you know more clear about Junda it's  a kind of sweet bean. I am recommending you if you go any time in Japan please taste a Junda bread and i swear you will remember it and it's yummy.
The parent company of 7-Eleven is Seven & I Holdings Co. and headquarters is in Japan.
7-Eleven have total 19,175 stores
Served countries are:
Japan, United States, Australia, Canada, China (Hong Kong and Macau), Denmark, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates,Vietnam.

2.FamilyMart:
Whenever I walk in the road in Japan I think it's really kind of my family member :) damn I see everywhere FamilyMart is available. In this convenience store I thinks chips are too tasty. FamilyMart have different kind of chips which is really tasty. If you go to the FamilyMart you need to taste the chips from FamilyMart.
The parent company of FamilyMart is Itochu and headquarters is in Japan.
Family Mart have total 18,190 stores
Served countries are:
Japan, Bangladesh, China, North Korea, Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, Vietnam, Malaysia.

3.Lawson:
Lawson is another common face of convenience stores in Japan. I like the chicken fry from Lawson. They sell different types of chicken opps it's really tasty and crispy. You should not miss the taste of this chicken fry from Lawson.
The parent company of Lawson is Mitsubishi Corporation and headquarters is in Japan.
Lawson have total 12,921 stores.
Served countries are:
Japan, China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, United States

4.Ministop:
Ministop is not much widely spreaded in Japan but you will found Ministop in the city area and any market place in Japan.
Ministop their own Ice Cream and different types of ice cream you will found. I found Ice Cream from Ministop is really yummy. I have to thank one of my friend who informed me about this tasty Ice Cream. One speciality of Ministop is Mini Stop stores have their own kitchen where employers prepare fresh sandwiches, snacks and take out bento boxes.
The parent company of Ministop is Æon Group and headquarters is in Japan.
Ministop have total 2,221 stores.
Served countries are:
Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam.

5.Circle K Sunkus:
Circle K Sunkus is one of the another convenience store in Japan. You will find this convenience stores mostly in city area along with that you will rarely see thin convenience store in site area. Most of the stores are mainly located in the Chūbu and Kantō regions. The company is a division of UNY Co., Ltd., which licensed the Circle K name from Alimentation Couche-Tard, a Canadian convenience store company that owns the Circle K brand.
The word "Sunkus" is a combination of the words "Sun" and the word "Thanks",[1] The logo is a combination of the words "Sun", "Kids", and "Us".

6.Daily Yamazaki:
Daily Yamazki is one of the another convenience store in Japan but this convenience store is different than others convenience store. The reason behind they are a little diffrent is they sells baked goods such as bread, pastries, and other confectioneries in both traditional Japanese and Western styles.The stores also sell baked goods such as pastries, bread and different kinds of cakes and sweets.
Along with other products item they have this speciality that they selles very tasty baked items like snack and so on.
If you go to the Daily Yamazaki you will get the different types of food taste.

7.Newdays:
Newdays is a convenience store and its speciality is Newdays is based on the area of train station that is you will find the Newdays only in the train station area in Japan. Newdays offers the usual products found in convenience stores, as well as they have the beautiful gifts items and small trinkets. They also sell the usual convenience store items but not much other convenience store.

8.Poplar:
Poplar is a convenience store franchise chain in Japan. The franchise of poplar is not much.There are 818 shops in the Chugoku, Kanto, Kansai, Kyushu, and Shikoku regions.
The Headquarters  of Poplar is in Asakita-ku, Hiroshima, Japan.

These are the list of convenience stores in Japan. Most of the convenience stores have the same services and food items. If you think about the service of the convenience stores all they will stood in same service. All the food items from all convenience stores are tasty and without any doubt healthy.

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