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Fermier - Cheese shop: Shibuya
Open 10am-8pm. Closed Thursdays.
The main branch of Fermier is where many of the French restaurants in town buy their cheeses; this is a conveniently located outlet.
Open 10am-8pm. Closed Thursdays.
Seijo Ishii - Retail: Ebisu
Open 8am-11pm daily.
Imported foods from around the world, including cheeses, spices, and canned and packaged goods. There's also a big stock of mostly European wines. Prices vary from great bargains to inexplicably...
Open 8am-11pm daily.
National Azabu - Retail: Hiroo
Open 9am-8pm daily.
One of the best of the international supermarkets, with the widest range of imported foods in Tokyo (along with Nissin in Azabu-Juban). You'll find good selections of wines, cold cuts and imported...
Open 9am-8pm daily.
Fermier - Cheese shop: Onarimon
Open 11am-7pm. Closed Sundays.
A retail shop that supplies French cheeses to many Tokyo restaurants, so they always have fresh stock (unlike some supermarkets and department stores). They stock many varieties you won't find...
Open 11am-7pm. Closed Sundays.
Nissin - Retail: Azabu-Juban
Open 9:30am-8pm daily.
Meat is Nissin's strong point, with over a dozen types of cold cuts, a cornucopia of sausages, and unusual items like pheasant, rabbit, and even kangaroo meat. And the third-floor wine shop is worth...
Open 9:30am-8pm daily.
National Den-en - Retail: Denenchofu
Open 10am-11pm daily.
This sister of the temporarily shuttered international supermarket National Azabu offers a similarly diverse selection of imported foods and wines. Despite their suburban location (midway between...
Open 10am-11pm daily.
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