Can you purchase every part you want for an in a single day tenting journey at Daiso? Half 2!【Photographs】

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He made it through the afternoon, but What happens to our Daiso adventurer when night falls?

The last time we saw our intrepid reporter Go Hatori, he was halfway through his Experiment to see if you can go to the 100-yen Daiso shop. buy anything you need for an overnight camping trip. To our frustration, our legal advisor didn’t let us send Go to the mountains for this extremely low budget test (they said something about our being legally responsible if he died and also that his vengeful spirit might haunt us). Instead he camps on his spacious roof balcony.

To check the rules, He’s allowed to use the toilet in his apartment as it’s a convenience found at most campsites, and also because Go said that if we forced him to use Daiso’s toilet replacement bag, his journalistic integrity would make him a thorough photographic record to force . He’s also allowed to fetch water from his kitchen faucet, again as a faucet can be found on most campsites, but the catch is he has to use a water bag (which he bought from Daiso) to transport it back to his tent area, as he would in a real campsite.

He set up camp and cooked lunch with no problem, but became a little uncomfortable as the afternoon wore on. The sky became cloudy and dark, and he would need a way to stay warm.

But as so often in life Daiso was ready to take care of him.

Almost everything at Daiso is only 100 yen ($ 0.88), but there are also a few high-priced items that were within the scope of what Go was able to buy for its expedition. Of course, at Daiso even the “premium” items are incredibly affordable and their 1,000 yen Sleeping bagAs Go knew from experience, it would keep him nice and warm.

The creative and hardworking guy Go had brought his laptop with him so he could work on his campsite. It was a nice change of pace from outside typing, though he had to admit that the temptation to just look up at the sky through his hindered his productivity a little Daiso tents Mesh window and let your mind wander.

It wasn’t long before the sun slipped below the horizon and night fell.

When his stomach growled, Go decided to shift gears, shut down his laptop, and start working on preparing dinner. Since he ran out of atmospheric light to work, he got it Headband LED and Battery operated lantern he had reached Daiso.

Since he had already made a pot of curry rice for lunch, today’s meal would be the other great comfort meal: window, bought from Daiso’s pasta department!

Light another solid block Cooking fuel for his faithful Mini stove (again both from Daiso), Go heated a saucepan of water and broke the dried noodles in half to make them fit better.

Unfortunately the wind had picked up and the fire wasn’t strong enough to heat the water enough to actually cook the pasta. However, the mini cooker can actually hold two blocks of cooking fuel if you need more powerful flames, so Go pushed in a second one, which provided the necessary boost.

It’s ramen time!

In retrospect, Go wishes he had started with two blocks of fuel because the pasta had become somehow mushy from the longer cooking time. Even so, he had no complaints about its delicious, tangy taste, and even the unorthodox texture it had received had its own charm that reminded him to roughen it.

After dinner, Go retreated to his tent, crawled into his sleeping bag and allowed himself a little star / fog gaze.

The lonely silence put him in a pensive mood, and he thought back to some of the literally hundreds of Daiso products he’d bought and professionally tested, such as the formidable Splat Poo Ball, mysteriously no-toy Light Up Poop Stick, hand-operated feces fan, and even a few things that don’t look like a bunch of crap.

▼ Maybe he spotted a UFO too, but is not sure.

At some point he felt sleepy and fell asleep peacefully until the next morning.

Shortly after daybreak, Go got up and lit his stove again.

Since the morning light worked like a silent alarm clock, Go had got up earlier than normal for him and was not quite ready for breakfast. What he felt like doing, however, was the rest of powdered hot cocoa mixture he had left over from the pack he’d bought at Daiso.

Sure, he kind of rewarded himself right at the start of the day, but partying was definitely the order of the day since he had done it! He had put together a complete Daiso camping supply package for the night!

All that was left was to leave camp, pack your things and go back to civilization.

Now, we should point out that Go’s experiment took place before winter weather conditions set inSo if you’re looking to communicate with nature in the next few months, slightly higher quality gear is a smart choice.

Nevertheless, in an emergency and in moderate weather, Go found that he can really get everything he needs for camping in Daiso.

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