natasha nakamura's diary
If you know where to look, such as in the basement of almost any large department store, Tokyo has as good or even better sliced ham and sausages as you could buy in Munich. Mustard - no problem. Ten years ago there was still a bread problem, but no longer.
I have found only one thing that Tokyo lacks - cans of baked beans to be eaten with frankfurters. Evidently, baked beans are not easily found in US supermarkets these days, except of course in New England.