Food Magazine grocery store
There is a Food Magazine grocery store near our apartment in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo – catering mainly to the gaijin or expat community in the area.
With two floors, this grocery store is very clean and the products are placed in an orderly manner in the shelves.
There is also a bakery offering freshly baked goods on the first floor.
Of course, you can find fresh fruits and vegetables, some of them individually wrapped.
Meat is typically quite expensive and seem to be more fatty.
Rice is a staple food in Japan (and the rest of Asia) and it is quite expensive (more than 4 times compared to Canada) – on average, about 2,500 yen (about $30) for a 5 kg bag. It is very good though.
Where do you normally get your groceries in Tokyo?