In Japan, store sells secondhand booze
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Passing on used goods is a time honored way to ensure that resources don't get wasted, and Japan has plenty of secondhand stores. There's even one in Tokyo called Pass The Baton, which attaches the story of the previous owner to each item. While such stores don't typically accept food and drink items, LiquorOFF is now taking in and reselling donors' unwanted spirits, beers and wines, helping consumers to save money on alcohol. Located in Suginami ward, the store is operated by HARD OFF, which specializes in used goods from books to toy figurines. The idea is that people who…
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