I collect this beautiful lady's cards, and I found two full sets I need at reasonable prices. One of them (on the right) includes all the short prints and box loader cards, which was an added bonus. And I wasn't aware of the set on the left!
But most of you won't go to Japanese card shops for US cards. I realize that. The store has a lot of boxes holding singles of BBM and Calbee cards. I was looking for some 1998 BBMs that I needed, but I didn't find them. However, that box had a ton more 1999 singles than 1998. It's safe to say that most sets after about 2000 will be well-represented.
I'd really like to revisit the store in the near future to poke around some more. I doubt I'll find as much as I did a few days ago, but it'll be a nice stop on the way to or from Nagoya.
Odawara is a stop on the Shinkansen line between Tokyo and Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, and Fukuoka. So tourists with a train pass will find this store very accessible. From the east exit, use the pedestrian underpass and bear left up the escalator. Mint Odawara is on the third floor of the EPO building; there's a Don Quixote across the alley and a Tower Records with a Hobby Off next door. In my map above, the red line represents the underground shopping arcade area, with the blue-purple line being the above-ground walking route.
The store appears to be open 365 days a year, 10:00-20:00. The Japanese address is 神奈川県小田原市栄町2-9-39 小田原EPO 3F.