Groceries Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Tsukiji Outer Market
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2
    The Tsukiji Outer Market forms part of the Tsukiji fish and seafood wholesaling and retailing market in the Tsukiji district of Chuo Ward, Tokyo. Whereas the Tsukiji Inner Market imposes restrictions on visitors, anyone can visit the Tsukiji Outer Market to purchase fresh food and snacks or dine at one of the eating establishments located there. The Inner Market has a very lively atmosphere, with over 500 closely-packed stalls selling sushi, seafood with rice, dried fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, omelettes, traditional Japanese confectionery, cooking utensils, etc.
  • Tsukiji Nippon Fish Port Market
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2 1,000 Furniture Building 1F
    Tsukiji Nippon Fish Port Market is a direct sales market in Tsukiji. You can find everything from rare fish from all over the country, morning-caught seafood, and more from fishery associations all over Japan, as well as goods for business use. There are shops like Kani Club, focusing on fresh crab direct from Hokkaido, Niigata Central Fisheries Market, with juicy, delectable fish from the Sea of Japan, and shops from harbors in Shizuoka, Kochi, Nagasaki and more. You can try Nippon Gyokoshokudo no Kodawari fried fish, the specialty at the market's cafeteria, and other fish from all over.
  • Toyosu Market
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
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    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6-6-17-gaiku Kanri Facility Building

    地上6階程度の高さなのでそんなに見晴らしは良くないですが、芝生が敷いてあるので気持ちいいです。 人も少なく、穴場的な場所です! 飲食はNGのようですが、ちょっとした休憩にはおすすめです。

  • Tsukiji Fish Market, Odawara-bashi Building
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 6-26-1
    The Tsukiji Fish Market is a fresh fish market with about 60 stands over two buildings, the Odawara-bashi Building and Kaiko-bashi Building. The first floor is Tsukiji's famous market of marine products, fruits, and vegetables. The food court with seafood restaurants, a kitchen studio, and event space is located on the third-floor of Odawara-bashi Building and opens at 7 a.m. The food court is a place for people to relax at the Tsukiji Fish Market where guests can have a meal or a break and enjoy special events.
  • Tsukiji Uogashi Kaikobashi
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Tsukiji 6-27-1
  • Kakujogyorui Kodaira Store
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Higashikurumeshi Yanagikubo 2-8-16
    This is a popular seafood shop with headquarters in Niigata Prefecture and more than 20 stores across the Kanto Shinetsu region (Tokyo, Saitama, Kanagawa, Gunma, Chiba, Nagano, Niigata). Its motto is to bring the entire range of seafood from the Sea of Japan, and its proprietary logistics system enables mass delivery and direct sales. It has often been introduced on TV programs as a place to enjoy different types of seafood from the Sea of Japan with a high degree of freshness despite its Tokyo location. On the fourth Wednesday every month (with the exception of December) the restaurant holds Kakujo Day when all items are 10% off (this may change on holidays). They also do a performance on an irregular schedule during which fresh tuna is cut up and sold.

    The best fish market in this area with large car parks to buy fresh fish, especially to some quantity. Transported largely from fishing ports on Japan Sea.They make fillet of a whole fish as you like...

  • ÉCHIRÉ MAISON DU BEURRE
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-6-1 Marunouchi Brick Square 1F
    This shop dedicated to the Echire brand of butter is located in Marunouchi Brick Square. It carries Echire's full lineup of fermented French AOP Charentes-Poitou butters beloved by three-star chefs and first-rate patissiers alike. It also offers pastries, croissants, and other items made with Echire butter. The world's first Echire butter shop, its popularity often leads to lines forming. We recommend their products as Tokyo souvenirs.
  • 365 Days
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-6-12
    365 Days is a bakery shop located just a short distance from Yoyogi Koen Station. Akimasa Sugikubo, the former chef at the popular bakery D’une Rareté, aims to offer a selection of food. Featured in the media, this well-loved shop uses only domestic wheat to make its bread, and it buys and processes the meat of an entire pig to produce ham, bacon, and other pork products. Bread and other products sold here contain no artificial additives.
  • Niki-no-Kashi, Dai-ichi Store
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    4.0
    41 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 4-1-8
    This candy shop is on the Ueno Ameyoko Street in Ueno, Taito City. They stock about 4,500 kinds of candy. You can get great deals on some items if you buy in bulk, and they have cases available for vendors, schools, and local events.

    Vast range of goodies and treats. More than another store in the vibrant and chaotic Ueno neighborhood. Provides a rest stop and interesting to explore. Much of which is of little use in mt hotel...

  • Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Midorigaoka 2-25-7 La Cool Jiyugaoka 1-3F
    This food theme park for sweets that opened in 2003 is a spot to try sweets made by some of the finest patissier. There are shops offering an incredible variety of sweets including cakes, Asian sweets, crepes, and soufflé, and there are even shops that make their sweets after receiving the customer's order. In addition to trying and comparing tastes within the mini park, takeout offerings are also popular. In the Sweets Select Zone are shops selling ingredients and implements for making bread and sweets, a cooking studio and even a dedicated chocolate shop. The closest station is Jiyugaoka Station.
  • Kagetsudo Asakusa
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    4.0
    428 Reviews
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-7-13
    Asakusa Kagetsudo is a cafe featuring Japanese-style sweets which was established in 1945, it is located in the shopping district approaching from the west of the temple, just left of Asakusa Temple’s main temple building. The “Original Jumbo Melon Pan”, which is cold fermented and takes approximately three times as long as usual to ferment, is an Asakusa specialty which is often showcased in the media. There is a relaxing Japanese-style cafe on the second floor and it is recommended for a break between sightseeing.

    Its everybodys favorite, so sometimes there are long lines in front of the store. Perfect to buy one and have on the river cruise.

  • Moomin Bakery and Cafe (Tokyo Dome City LaQua Shop)
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    4.0
    157 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kasuga 1-1-1 Tokyo Dome City LaQua 1F
    A bakery and cafe located on the first floor of Tokyo Dome City LaQua themed after the Finnish Moomins children's book series. Fans of the series are sure to enjoy the bakery, cafe, and merchandise shop. The cafe has a bright and comfortable Finnish atmosphere, and Moomin plush toys are scattered here and there. The cafe and bakery serve dishes themed after the Moomins characters, Northern European home cooking, and breads from the Moomins' homeland of Finland. Soup and bread are all-you-can-eat during lunch.

    So much fun visiting this caffe. I really enjoyed this place with magical atmosphere that took me back to my childhood. Plus really good coffee and food, ofcourse everything with moomin ❤ Lovely...

  • Ginza Kimuraya
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 4-5-7
    This long-standing bread company established in 1869 created sakadane anpan bread made using sakadane yeast, and its bread was even presented to Emperor Meiji. The anpan with a soft, moist texture that has remained the same for more than 140 years has a refined taste that brings out the flavor of the adzuki beans. In addition to the classic types of anpan such as keshi and ogura, others such as French bread and Danishes are also popular at the first floor bakery. On the second floor is a café where guests can enjoy sandwiches and sweets, on the third floor is a yoshoku grill restaurant, and on the fourth floor is a casual French bistro. The closest station is Ginza Station.

    日曜日の昼に込み合う1階を抜けてリフトで上がると、途中の2階も3階も混んでいましたが、予約しているフレンチレストランのある4階は空いていました。どのテーブルも予約席のようでした。 焼きたてのパンはいつ食べても美味しいです。 ランチにはビーフシチューを選んで、スパークリングワインとパンと一緒に楽しました。とても美味しい時間でした。

  • Pelican
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    4.5
    105 Reviews
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Kotobuki 4-7-4
    A long-standing bread bakery founded in 1942 and located in Tokyo's Asakusa neighborhood. Renowned for its delicious breads which you can eat every day without ever getting tired of them, this popular establishment frequently sees lines of customers waiting outside to get in. The bakery makes only two kinds of bread- shokupan white bread and rolls. Only a limited amount of bread is baked each day, and the bakery frequently runs out of stock before closing.

    We heard of this bakery from a Japanese friend and decided to make a trip down Asakusa just for the bread. We didn’t know we need to make reservations so when we turned up nothing was left. We...

  • Usagiya
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    4.5
    230 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 1-10-10
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located close to the Ueno 3 Chome intersection on Chuo-dori Avenue a four-minute walk from Okachimachi Station. The shop's name, literally ""Rabbit Shop,"" is derived from the fact the original owner was born in the year of the hare. This long-standing establishment continues to follow the same policy of ""superb flavor, low prices, and container recycling"" implemented when it first opened its doors in 1913. The shop's signature products are its dorayaki pancake sandwiches filled with sweet Tokachi azuki beans; and its kisaku monaka half-moon-shaped wafer cakes filled with smooth sweet bean paste. The shop's dorayaki have a crisp outer dough made with lotus flower honey and are counted as one of the three best dorayaki in Tokyo. As they are packed while still hot off the griddle, customers are urged to eat them as soon as possible."

    They make great dorayaki. This is worth the drive. Awesome stuff. You often see people eating it outside of the shop. Not able to wait until get home. If you’re around get one and try it out.

  • Omiya Yogashi-ten (Kanda Branch)
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    4.0
    93 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandawajichou 2-4
    A long-standing Western confectionary shop in operation since the Meiji period. The shop's confections are characterized by simple designs which carry on a tradition of good, old fashioned Western sweets. You'll also find seasonal items here made with plenty of in-season fruits. The shop has an eat-in space where you can purchase a drink bar ticket and enjoy one of the delicious cakes on offer right on the spot. The drink bar consists of seasonal fresh fruit juices, coffee, and tea, and is all-you-can-drink. The shop's most popular items are its strawberry shortcakes and apple pies.

    Famous for apple pie. Youd better bring it back to hotel, as eating at the shop is kinda complicated and stuffs are not really helpful. We got a feeling that stuffs were too proud. Its all you can...

  • KitKat Chocolatory
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Minamikebukuro 1-28-1 Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store basement 1F Seibu Food Center Sweets & Gifts Sales floor
    This KitKat specialty shop is inside the Seibu Ikebukuro department store near Ikebukuro Station. From their signature Sublime Bitter line, made with couverture bitter chocolate selected for cacao quality, source and roasting, to bars topped with nuts and dried fruit, the goods here are made with ideas from a professional patissier.
  • Kuya
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    4.5
    107 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 6-7-19
    This is a well-established wagashi (Japanese sweets) shop founded in 1884, and Ginza's Kuya monaka is loved by many including those that are cultured and their signature product of monaka is popular as a present for a special someone. Without using any additives they combine carefully selected red beans and sugar into a tsubushi-an that has a refined sweetness. Since the shop sells out of the entirely homemade treats, customers will need to make a reservation if they want to be certain of their purchase. Ginza Station is the closest train station.

    自分では購入したことがないのですが、有難いことに義母さんから何度も頂いてます。 お店の伝統、理念、手に入れるまでの手間を考えると、片手でパクパク食べるのは 勿体なくて、緑茶やお紅茶などを淹れて、最中を漆器に盛り、皮の香ばしさ、 甘さ控えめな餡をゆったり楽しむのが自分流です。

  • CRIOLLO (Tokyo Main Store)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Mukaihara 3-9-2 Santosville
    Western-style bakery and cafe only a five-minute walk from Kotake-mukaihara Station in Mukaihara, Itabashi City. Chef Santos Antoine, winner of the Superior Taste Award in the 2009 World Patisserie Competition, bakes sweets and breads which you can try with Criollo's wine. Eat in the cafe and try the original blend of coffees and food menu.
  • Totti Candy Factory Shop Harajuku
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    4.5
    106 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-16-5 RYU apartment 2F
    A sweet shop popular with young people in Harajuku, Totti Candy Factory Shop’s signature item is its colorful giant cotton candy. Using a special machine of which only a few models exist in the entire country, customers can watch their cotton candy being made right in front of their eyes. The interior of the shop is filled to bursting with sweets sure to delight young and old, including cute cake pops and gummies, candies, chocolates, and marshmallows sold by weight. The colorful interior and exterior, perfect for Harajuku, are part of the secret to the shop’s popularity. The closest station is Harajuku Station.

    If you like rainbows, why not get a rainbow cotton candy!? Something fun for the kids for sure, and makes for a great photo if you get the big one!

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