Friday, November 25, 2016

It's Black Friday!

      My husband and I have been planning on purchasing a new refrigerator since we purchase our home this summer. Our 18-cubic-feet refrigerator is too small for us because we cook on a daily basis. We were going to buy one earlier, but we have been so busy these months, so we didn't have time for refrigerator shopping. It's finally Black Friday now. We should buy one today! :) 
       Even though we will buy one online today, we went to our local Lowe's to see refrigerators on the day before Thanksgiving Day. Because we have a narrow small kitchen, we are planning on purchasing a counter depth refrigerator. 

     We checked so many refrigerators there. We opened the doors and drawers and checked the refrigerator had enough spaces in it.

     Top-mounted freezers are usually greater energy efficiency.

        When we lived in Japan, we used to own a bottom freezer refrigerator, and I loved it.

     Side-by-side refrigerators are less energy efficiency, but they are affordable prices.

     It's pretty hard to find the best refrigerator for us, but we will buy one today anyway. :)

     By the way, when we lived in Japan, we used to use Mitsubishi refrigerator. In the U.S., Mitsubishi is well known as one of Japanese motor vehicle companies like Toyota. However, Mitsubishi is one of the biggest Japanese companies in a variety of industries. They actually make so many kinds of products such as ferries, elevators, nuclear power plants and more. I loved all Japanese appliances I used to use in Japan. Japanese electronic manufacture companies make very excellent ones which won't break for so many years. I hope that Japanese companies will expand their business to the U.S. someday. I would like Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba, Sanyo and Sharp to sell appliances here.

Mitsubishi Refrigerator

      My entries related to home renovations can be seen here.

     My entries related to shopping can be seen here.

      My entries related to Japan can be seen here.

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