Wednesday, March 9, 2011


I found a news about gasoline in MSN Japan news today.

Japan Energy Laboratory The Oil Information Center announced,

"Retail price of regular gasoline in average of 2,000 gas stations became 145Yen/Liter.
This is first time in 2 years 5 months".

Japanese regular gasoline = U.S. premium gasoline in octane value.

However, it is too high.

1 gallon = 3.785 liter

$1 = 82.99 Yen


$6.613/gal o(*'o'*)o

If you live in Tokyo, Osaka or some big cities, you do not really need to drive.

but in many of other cities, that still needed.

Are we still Lucky?(゚_。)?

This picture says,
172 Yen/L (= $7.94/gal)
Membership Price

How much is the Non-Membership Price? w( ̄△ ̄;)w

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