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JA Okinawa JA Chubu Farmers Market 「Chanpuru-Ichiba」 (JAおきなわ JA中部ファ-マ-ズマ-ケット「ちゃんぷる-市場」)

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Okinawa Okinawa-shi Noborikawa 2697-2 (Central Okinawa / Western CoastArea)

phone 0988942215

Review of Chanpuru Market

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Reviewed:2019/12/18 A farmer market where you can purchase cheap produces
You can purchase cheap farmer produces here. Local farmers bring their produce here to sell. You can get vegetables, noodles, bread and many freshly made foods here. Things are cheaper here than in...
Reviewed:2018/05/28 Fresh fruits and veggies
This is another JA groceries store, you get locally grown fruits and veggies without the price gouging as long as theyre in season. Must visit and get your local exotic fruits and veggies.

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Reviewed:2018/03/23 Always an adventure - cant help but feeling healthy after this stop!
Imagine a grocery store filled with all the things that are great for you! I found this Farmers Market about three years ago and I shop there regularly for produce and especially flowers! I love...

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