Translation:It is 1,100 yen.
With me having forgotten about Japan's money system, this sentence serves to remind me of how everything there seems to be more expensive to us than they really are. ¥1,100 is more or less like the price of money one would pay to get a meal from a fast-food restaurant, and ¥39,980 is the price of a newly released game console apparently cheaper in value there—about US$50 and £45 less—than in America and in the UK. I forgot how one sen—which they do not even use as a denomination of yen anymore—is essentially worth one leaf.
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