If you thought all convenience stores in Japan were the same, branded as a Lawson, 7 Eleven, ampm or other type, then you need to take a closer look at the convenience store at Maihama in the new Disneyland Hotel.
At first glance it appears like a normal hotel lobby shop, but when you venture inside you see the familiar rows of instant-ramen packages, potato chips, soft drinks and a few other surprises as well.
The material used for the shelving is the main distinguishing factor between a normal convenience store and this Disney version. The use of the wooden shelving really gives it a lift. The decorative top of the shelves is also a nice feature.
From outside looking back in, you can make out the palm trees that are in the store and also see the decorative work that has gone into the store.
Some areas retained their natural convenience store look more than others
As well as the usual convenience store items there were also some premium goods here.
Surprisingly there weren’t a lot of Disney related goods on display.
For more information on this Disneyland Hotel you can view their website.