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Natural House

http://www.naturalhouse.co.jp (Japanese only)

Tokyo has a few Natural House grocery store locations. They specialize in organic and natural products. Their prices are rather expensive, but they do have a variety of vegan meats. The store also tries to label which items are vegan. There are some vegan Japanese meals in their prepared foods section that can be purchased as well. They had a tempura mock meat while I was there, but then I noticed it had egg or milk so I was out of luck. They do not have a large amount of vegan items but there are some. See below for a few vegan items I found here.

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Nakano Broadway

My favorite find was right in my own backyard! In the basement level of Nakano Broadway are many grocery stores. You can find fresh fruit and vegetables and so much more. There is one shop that I found that specializes in soy. They have a variety of seasoned tofu available. I found dried soy meat in the back left corner of the store! It was a great find and reasonably priced. To cook, you boil it with spices and then add it to your favorite dish. I like making General Tso’s chicken with it or I add it into a Japanese curry.

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Vegan Restaurants 

Vegan restaurants like Loving Hut and T’s Tan Tan offer vegan meats and other items for sale in their restaurants.

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Chein-Fu

http://www.nakaichifu.jp/user_data/home.php?top=shop-info&sub=&html=&site=home (Japanese only)

You can also order online. I haven’t tried any of their vegan products yet, but I think it might be worth a try.

 

 

 

I hope this post helps you find some great vegan meats while you’re in Japan. If you have other suggestions, please add a comment and I’ll be sure to add it to the list!

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