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.

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With two floors, this grocery store is very clean and the products are placed in an orderly manner in the shelves.

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There is also a bakery offering freshly baked goods on the first floor.

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Of course, you can find fresh fruits and vegetables, some of them individually wrapped.

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Meat is typically quite expensive and seem to be more fatty.

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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.

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Where do you normally get your groceries in Tokyo?

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