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Nissin World Delicatessen, Minato Reviews
A very good supermarket especially for non Japanese. They offer many items not found in any other supermarket such as: pure lean ground beef ( usually it is mixed with pork in Japan ), a wide variety of cheeses, and spices. They also have a deli counter where they slice sandwich meats and steaks. They also have a whole floor dedicated to beer and wine. I am only rating it a four out of five because of the prices which can be very high. Many of the items they offer are imported and the prices reflect that. Overall I love this place. Edit : They have moved the business across the street. The new building is MUCH smaller. In my opinion 1/3 the size of the original. Shopping has become much harder on busy days. I took a star away from my rating due to this.
International supermarket. They have a decent variety of western and Asian items. Good selection of meats and cheese. They have tough to find items like Italian sausage and hummus here. They have one floor dedicated to wine. Prices are on the steep side here. But given that it's mostly imported stuff, it's understandable.
Higher prices than Kaldi on some goods, but great variety. For those that don't have a way to make the trip to Costco, they do carry some goods from there, albeit expensive. Great meat selection. Happy to see beef tenderloin. Great wine selection and decent beer selection. Shipping is free in inner Tokyo if you spend more than ７千円. Parking is available as well.
If you're looking for foreign grocery goods, this is your best bet - this is the ONE PLACE IN TOKYO that I have found traditional American-style wheat bread. They don't have everything, though - you won't be able to get your American style cheetos (what's up with those sweet Japanese Cheetos?), and you'll be hard pressed to find a lot of British items (no Twiglets?! I'm sad..). It seems like a fair number of things here are being resold from the local Costco at a markup. The best points about this place: a very large variety of meats (they have Hudson Valley Duck!), cheeses, and a whole floor of wine. They have delivery but only to a limited area of Tokyo (I'm just outside it).
It's unfortunate, and quite misleading, that all 500+ reviews for the old store (closed in August 2018) seem to have transferred seamlessly across to the new one. The truth is that, despite being sold to customers as a move that would bring all kinds of improvements, the new Nissin World Delicatessen ends up losing a tremendous amount of the things that made the old one great. First off, it's not only much smaller (perhaps 30% of the old store's floor space) but also extremely cramped inside. It's simply not a practical space. Critically, the breadth of selection of products feels like it has collapsed across the board. I particularly noticed the loss of the majority (not an overstatement) of craft beers, chocolates, and imported cheeses, because those were things I used to buy all the time, but I'm sure it's true in other cases as well. And my single favourite feature of the old shop, just for sheer childlike discovery, was the bargain corner where almost-expired, always-interesting imported products would be sold at massive discounts. Now another victim of the new convenience store format. Look, I get that the old shop probably wasn't the most profitable. It had real character (and I'm not just talking about that animal statue thing on the third floor) but maybe there was some room for a few efficiencies, if Nissin's (quite healthy) net profits really needed to see another couple of hundred million yen or so. But this? I know it's early days, but sincerely, if this is what it's going to be, if this was the plan, then I really wish they hadn't bothered. You don't want to do it properly any more, that's fine, just close it down completely and move on. Go to National Azabu, go to OK, go to Picard (!), go anywhere else.