So, I was chatting with a friend from mainland Okinawa, and it turns out, even compared to Okinawa mainland, the outlying islands have quite a price difference. It was a bit shocking.
I mentioned a pack of eggs, size M, for 380 yen. When I told my friend, they said it's way too expensive... I usually buy them at Aeon for this price.
Also, milk is around 270 yen nowadays. But the other day, when I went to the convenience store (there's only a FamilyMart around), the milk was 350 yen, so I couldn't bring myself to buy it. I ended up grabbing a milk beverage next to it for 210 yen. Well, it's cheaper!
Since I use eggs and milk almost every day, I keenly feel the impact of rising prices. I wonder how much they are on the mainland of Japan?