The weekly Farmers Market at UNU market delivers you farm-fresh produce from across Japan. The market itself doesn't have a delivery service, but you can order honey, microgreens, vegetables, citrus, pickles and more online and have them delivered directly from the individual vendors. For the full list of produce and availability, or to make an order, head to the website. If you prefer to browse before you buy, you can still pick up groceries every day from the Farmers Market at UNU stall at Commune Omotesando.
We all fantasise about skipping the queue at the supermarket, and with the Covid-19 coronavirus still running rampant, there’s more reason than ever to get your groceries from the comfort of your couch and have them delivered. Plus, you can choose from a wider range of goods without the hassle of crowds and worrying about the opening hours or those accidental impulse purchases.
Beyond the behemoth online stores, there are plenty of specialist and boutique grocers that cater to a range of shopping needs, from farm-fresh vegetables and organic produce to gluten-free meals, premium wagyu, imported food items such as pop tarts, and yes, even wine. Delivery are generally under ¥1,000, but some vendors offer it for free if your purchase exceeds a certain amount. Regardless, one thing is for sure, all of them will help you reduce your daily stress level.
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