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Published July 18th 2016
Daiso Daiso everywhere
Do you love a bargain? Do you love to browse stores like the Reject Shop?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, then might like my newest discovery.
Daiso Australia offers a great variety if affordable Japanese products. There are multiple stores around Melbourne and also the world. It is so popular in other countries that it has become a household name in some of them, similar to 7-11, Kmart etc.
Daiso was founded by Hirotake Yano in Japan on 1977 and has been increasing in popularity ever since, with plenty of fantastic stock and plenty of return customers.
The store sells an extensive array of household and novelty products at the awesome price of $2.80 for each item (with the exception of bigger items which will be priced separately). This pricing makes it easy to know how much everything is, and you do not need to be running around trying to find prices which are missing off multiple items, like some bigger stores.
The store is bright purple and very hard to miss. The lights are bright, so you can see each and everything (and then some). The store is huge and the isles are wide, making it perfect for wheelchairs, walkers and those with mobility aids.
The store is kept very clean and tidy, with everything in its own place. The staff do a fantastic job of keeping the store fully stocked and running smoothly. They are friendly and always ready to help with an enquiries you may have.
The store has a huge variety of products for all members of the family and all areas of the house.
From home medical supplies such as bandages, band-aids, strapping tape, scissors, antiseptic gel/hand wash and a range of other items.
So if you would like to find out what I am talking about and see for yourself why people are raving about this store. Then take a look at the Daiso website HERE and find the store which is nearest you.
Make a day of it and do some shopping in the mall while you are there (most are in a large shopping centre) and just enjoy yourself at Daiso.