Online Grocery Shopping in Japan: Great Food Stores

Poste date: Tuesday, January 4, 2022


Even if you don’t drive in Japan and the nearest grocery store isn’t within walking distance, shopping for food and daily necessities doesn’t have to be a chore. With the country’s efficient, advanced and reliable door-to-door delivery service - where you can specify the time of delivery and rest assured knowing it will arrive on schedule and in good condition - online grocery shopping in Japan is a time-saving and fuss-free option.

Once you start clicking your mouse for food, you won’t want to go back to the traditional way of pushing a cart down the aisle ever again.

Food Shopping in Japan Made Easy Awesome Online Outlets

AMAZON Fresh

You can basically order almost anything from Amazon. Amazon Fresh provides not only Fresh Foods but also Grain Products, Beverages, Alcohols, Household as well.

https://amzn.to/3zlkTvY


COSTCO

Now you can order certain goods via ONLINE. Cakes and Deli’s preorders are also available.

https://www.costco.co.jp


Enoteca

If you like wine, this is your one-stop shop for all the best tipples. From New World wines to Old World wines, Boudreaux to Bourgogne, celebratory champagnes and daily wines, Enoteca has it all. The online wine specialist sources wine directly from wineries themselves, allowing for choice and rare wines at reasonable prices that are well worth making a toast to. You may want to buy an assorted wine set for the sake of variety, but if you know what you are looking for, case discounts are available online.

Tel: 0120-81-3634

http://www.enoteca.co.jp/ (Japanese)


National AZABU

You can call, fax or email your orders. Free delivery from ¥5,000. Delivery area is limited in Tokyo.

TEL: 03-3442-3186

http://www.national-azabu.com/shop/


NISSIN World Delicatessen Net Super

NISSIN World Delicatessen’s online shop. The website is in Japanese but you can read product names in English. The delivery area is limited. Please refer to their delivery zones (Japanese).

TEL: 03-3583-4586

https://www.nissin-net-super.jp/


The Flying Pig

No, online store doesn’t specialize in pork-related delivery, much less flying ones. It is so named because getting reasonably-priced imported groceries and goods used to be as impossible as an airborne hog! But now, TFP offers Costco Wholesale prices at a markup of within 20%, which still keeps prices competitive. So if heading to a Costco warehouse in the neighboring prefectures doesn’t sound like your idea of weekend outing, check out the wide range of imported food, snacks and general merchandise from the comfort of your desk. Be it from wholegrain Cheerios to Best Food’s Mayonnaise or ranch dressing to fresh bagels and everything you need to whip up a Tex Mex meal, TFP has it. Just shop at the site and pay at the nearest bank or post office and you will get your order in a few days.

https://www.theflyingpig.com/?sl=en


The Meat Guy

Just as the name suggests, this is your one-stop shop for all things meat. From slabs of USDA choice T-Bone steaks, Morgan Ranch beef, Australian lamb, turkey, veal or kangaroo meat, if you’re craving it, they have it. The Meat Guy also does processed meats, like burgers, exotic cocktail sausages and frozen foods like your good Aussie beef pies from Vili’s. For your summer barbecue, delight your guests with their “one pounder ridiculous burger” set that comes with burger buns (because the regular burger bun won’t cover it), and other burger patties from lamb to crocodile and even camel.

Tel: 052-618-3705

https://www.themeatguy.jp/en/


Tengu Natural Foods

Vegetarians, rejoice! For those who are tired of avoiding the meat and dashi that is part and parcel of food shopping in Japan, there is hope. Based in the bucolic foothills of the Chichibu mountains in Saitama prefecture, west of Tokyo, the Alishan Organic Center provides vegetarian produce via mail order and wholesale, and there is also an organic cafe and organic event space onsite for grassroots activities and events. Tengu Natural Foods, their online branch (registration required), supplies organic and vegetarian foods from all over the world. For those with gluten allergies, there is a wide range of wheat-free and gluten-free products here, and offerings like free trade coffee and tea. Grab healthy snacks such as Kale or Quinoa chips here for a guilt-free nibble.

Tel: 042-982-4812

http://store.alishan.jp/

INDIAN Food Online Shops

Ambika Online Store

Ambika Online Store is specialized in fine quality food products from India. They have authentic Indian spices, drinks, wine, beans, coconut products, grocery products, juices, ready to eat products and HALAL food.

https://www.ambikajapan.com/index.aspx


MAYA Bazar

Maya Bazar is an Indian grocery store located near Meguro station. You can order varieties of spices, rice, tea etc. online as well.

https://www.mayabazaar.net/eng

HALAL Food Online Shops


HALAL Deli

On HALAL DELI’s website you can find a lot of Halal Lunch delivery services. Choose the language on the website.

http://www.halal-deli.com/list/


HALAL Said Shop

HALAL Said Shop is specialized in Halal Food. They deliver all over Japan. Said Shop is also has a store in Tokyo (Shinjuku).
TEL: 092-791-2560

http://halal-food.jp/


Kobe HALAL Food

Kobe HALAL Food is specialized in Halal food, they deliver all over Japan. The ranges include: African, Indonesian, Indian, Iranian, Japanese, Pakistani, Tunisian and Turkish food. Their retail shop is located in Kobe.

http://halal.shop-pro.jp/

THAI Food Online Shop

ASIA Super Store

Asia Super Store is Japan's largest online Thai food shop. They provide Thai ingredients and products imported directly from the local area. They also have a store in Shin-Okubo.

https://asia-superstore.com/en


Online Grocery Shopping in Japan has Never Been Better

With so many options for online grocery shopping in Japan, getting the best and freshest ingredients for you and yours no longer means having to do battle with the elements outside your home or office. Membership discounts and point programs also make this a savvy way to shop for regular items. But, if ever you feel like checking out the offerings on the shelf, do be assured that there is a wide variety of international supermarkets in the Tokyo area as well. Wherever and however you choose to shop, you’ll never be left craving your favorite foods in Tokyo.