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  • Ups

    Ok, I've seen the commercials where "brown" goes all around the world. Would Tokyo have neighborhood UPS stores where we could ship some things back to the US?
    I want my cake back!
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    http://www.ups.com/content/jp/en/contact/index.html
    There's that for you.
    I used to help run a business in Japan for some friends. Their business sold American products so a lot of the time I would check a box full of stuff and just put it on a cart with my suitcase. It was cheap, but it was another piece of luggage being checked.

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      Thanks for the info!
      I want my cake back!
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      • #4
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        UPS does business in Japan but I have to admit, off the top of my head, I can't recall one single UPS office where you could drop a package off for shipping.
        Likewise for FedUp.

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          Originally posted by seenoevil View Post
          Ok, I've seen the commercials where "brown" goes all around the world. Would Tokyo have neighborhood UPS stores where we could ship some things back to the US?
          I've never seen or recall of any of my relatives using UPS...But...

          I know (have seen) a few DHL places/signs. (Hiroshima in particular)...

          Personally, I would try one of the Japanese companies... like
          Yamato Transport.

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