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Just wondering what are the big snowboard online retailers in Japan? Looking for some Japanese market only items, and it's hit and miss with google search. I found Spogeki (sp?) Peach Boys etc on Yahoo.

Shipping is not an issue as I will just have it shipped to a friend in Tokyo. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.

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Just wondering what are the big snowboard online retailers in Japan? Looking for some Japanese market only items, and it's hit and miss with google search. I found Spogeki (sp?) Peach Boys etc on Yahoo.

Shipping is not an issue as I will just have it shipped to a friend in Tokyo. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
Rakuten, while obviously not just a snowboard retailer, is a pretty good starting point.

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Search in Rakuten or the Japanese yahoo (yahoo.co.jp)
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As mentioned, rakuten and yahoo shopping are great sites. Also check kakaku.com, this is like a shopping search engine and finds the cheapest retailers for you. Also if you have an account, yahoo auctions is my favourite one (if you don't have an account I can help you out).

As for specific shops I have used, within rakuten, yahoo etc, I have used one called e-kanagu and a shop called the s3store. These have both been reliable and good prices

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