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Bunkaya Zakkaten: An amazing shop selling happiness

She is Kingman, a sales of Bunkaya Zakkaten in Tsim Sha Tsui. Bunkaya Zakkaten is a shop from Japan and it sells many unexpected things. Actually, how does it work?

Kingman talked about her experience from a supporter of this shop to one of the sales. Her passion brings her a cheerful work experience as well as the knowledge about this shop.

“Bunkaya Zakkaten was orginally founded in Japan and the owner of Hong Kong branches was deeply impreesed by Bunkaya Zakkaten in Japan. So he opened this shop.” Kingman said.

Although she only has worked for a month, Kingman still can talked a lot about this shop. She told the differences between the branches in Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay. Also, she is still amazed by the interesting items in this shop.

As the shop sells unexpected products, so it can attract different customers. Kingman also told an experience of an elderly who came to visit this shop.

As well as a suppoter of this shop, Kingman sometimes is a producer of the items.  She shared her experience of making a hairpin by herself and was sold quickly.

In the interview, you can find that Bunkaya Zakkaten is a special shop and it brings happiness to customers, Kingman as well as the shop owners themselves.

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