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Need something from Japan but not going to the land of the rising sun anytime soon? Let Amazon Singapore fly them to your doorstep!
Amazon Singapore has recently added products from Amazon Japan to their already extensive listing. This makes Amazon Japan the second, after Amazon US, to be introduced under the Amazon International Store on Amazon Singapore. In other words, you can now shop for Amazon Japan products through Amazon Singapore.
How to shop for Amazon Japan products through Amazon Singapore
Tip: Due to strict full name requirements by Japan export customs, International Store orders from Japan will only be delivered to customers if the delivery details contain customer's full name (first and last name) and address.
Login to your Amazon account
Navigate to your account
Click on your 'addresses'
Click 'Edit' on the card that shows your address
Add your full name and save charges
Apart from getting free international delivery when you spend over S$40 on eligible items, you can also enjoy up to 10 per cent off with the purchase of two or more eligible items from Amazon Japan.
Here are some of the products offered by Amazon Japan, with a spotlight on fashion items!
Meanwhile, if you're not an Amazon Prime member, you can take advantage of its deals with a 30-day free trial at amazon.sg/prime. And we have a special promo code just for Yahoo readers! Use YAHOO5OFF to get a S$5 off promo code when you spend over S$50.00** (t&cs apply)
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