If you have the chance to live in Shizuoka City or have some free time to spend inside JR Shizuoka Station, do go to the big Parche Market behind the the railway gates and find there a very interesting shop where you can buy fresh and processed organic foods, but also health foods and health care products of a trustworthy and traceable quality!
The best way for me to introduce all visitors to this remarkable shop is to visit it together through pictures!
Vegetarian processed foods!
Report and Pouch Curry and soup!
Bread and biscuits!
Health & Beauty products for Mother’s Day!
Cookies & Biscuits!
Honey & Jam!
Dried fruit & nuts!
Health foods including dairies, tofu and so on!
Curry roux & stew!
Bless the Earth products!
Juice & Beverages!
Bless the Earth health products!
Rice & cereals!
Green Tea & Tea & Millet Tea!
More health products!
And more health products!
Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Parche Market, JR Shizuoka Station, 1F
Business hours: 09:30~20:00
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4 thoughts on “Organic and Healthy Foods & Products at NATURAL HOUSE in Shizuoka City!”
I have been buying mainly organic produce (and especially meat) for several years, so I was really surprised how little people in Japan (at least from my observations in Tokyo) pay attention to organic food. Even in expensive department shops’ underground food sections I have managed to find very few and only transformed products (miso was a nice surprise!) but no fresh vegetables or fruits. I’m glad to see this changes and I will definitely visit your shop when I come to Shizuoka 🙂 I’m sure that with the quality attitude the Japanese have organic food will be more and more popular.
PS It’s funny because there is a Japanese section in my favourite organic grocery shop in France and they have products labelled as “bio” imported from Japan! I have recently bought some pickled ume.
Mind you, Shizuoka is a bit special as it is one of the biggest producers of organic foods in Japan!
This is great! I know America is in the middle of a clean, healthy, organic eating upheaval of sorts. More people are starting to demand to know exactly where their food came from, what’s in it, if it’s organic or GMO, etc. There’s also a movement to shop as locally as possible. It’s pretty exciting.
What’s the relationship like between food sourcing/quality and your average shopper in Japan? Is there a premium put on organic/natural stuff or is this store something of a rarity? Is there a Japanese equivalent of Whole Foods, maybe?
The truth is that only a minority is careful about the traceability of their food but it is growing fast by the day! Organic and health food is becoming more and more the order of the day especially here in Shizuoka!