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... and is still pretty clean ...Perhaps because it's Japanese and they take more pride in cleanliness??  ??? ...We've been going there since it opened and not much has change in terms of cleanliness...




It's so clean...the parents don't even mind when their kids are crawling on the floor  ;D:




All the aisles are clean and clutter free and the shelves are nicely organized...  O0:



















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Are most items $1.50? I havenít been to one. I know Nkaujsee been shopping there a few times.



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The only thing I notice is the shiny floor.



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Because it's empty Mechanic lol



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Where is this located?  I spot some nice dinnerware...  I wish we have something like this here. 



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Where is this located?  I spot some nice dinnerware...  I wish we have something like this here.

Check Daiso website. Few are in the Bay Area. Most in SoCal. I check the store location. Im checking it out next time Im home in SoCal. 3-5 locations within 5-10 min from my parents.



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Love Daiso. I frequent the one in Tx at least 3x a year. Always come out with a lot of office goodies.



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The one in Dallas is pretty nice.



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Are most items $1.50? I havenít been to one. I know Nkaujsee been shopping there a few times.

Yes, "most"...




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Love Daiso. I frequent the one in Tx at least 3x a year. Always come out with a lot of office goodies.

I also find that their qualities are better than say Dollar Tree or 99 Cent stores...



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The one in Dallas is pretty nice.

Good to know, I've been to Dallas and it's a beautiful city.



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I also find that their qualities are better than say Dollar Tree or 99 Cent stores...

Yep. I totally agree!



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maybe because they slave their workers like those Asian sweat shops ...j/k..  :P

we have 2 in my city opposite side of town so I go there if I need quick diy items or packing items...everyt hing is pretty much $1.50 unless they have other sticker pricing on it...the most I've seen is probably up to $6 an item...but I don't buy those expensive item as it's made of cheap quality and only purchase the majority of the $1.50 items...




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maybe because they slave their workers like those Asian sweat shops ...j/k..  :P

we have 2 in my city opposite side of town so I go there if I need quick diy items or packing items...everyt hing is pretty much $1.50 unless they have other sticker pricing on it...the most I've seen is probably up to $6 an item...but I don't buy those expensive item as it's made of cheap quality and only purchase the majority of the $1.50 items...

The locations in Sac must've been open recently?? Like within a year or so??  ???



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The locations in Sac must've been open recently?? Like within a year or so??  ???
I believe it's been a little bit more than a yr. now since they've opened...

there's one at Delta Shore, Natomas and in the Roseville Galleria...I used to drive all the way to Daly City and the nkes area and San Ho for it but now i can just drive a shorter distance just for diy products...

here's what i created for my cricut accessories using items from Daiso  ...just bought an ikea desk so i'll be reorganizing that area as well for my sewing and circuiting needs  :D :D





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