I suggest you visit book off (https://www.bookoff.co.jp/).The Japanese people, generally, handle their things gently and they keep their things well. So if you don't mind preloved (i.e., second hand), book off is a preloved book/CD/DVD heaven. :)
Dear Norman, Thank you so much for your answer and especially the information on the flea market!Much appreciated. Thank you!
You can consider going to a local supermarket and pick up some fresh fruits, for example, peaches and grapes. They may cost more than you are used to pay for the same types of fruits in your own country but you will not be disappointed (I hope) with the quality.
If you intend to shop and make a lot of purchases to be carried in your luggage to be checked in, it is better to buy snacks in the airport after clearing immigration. This will not add to you check in luggage maximum weight limit.In addition to not having to carry the snacks around in your lugga...