French bio supermarket chain specializing in organic and natural foods. Stocks fresh fruits and vegetables, juice and beverages, snacks, deli and prepared foods, pantry and cooking essentials, frozen and chilled foods, bulk bins of dried grains and nuts as well as natural body care products. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-9:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by ReiAmber


Points +591

28 Dec 2022

Not very vegan-friendly

I was excited to see it as I went many times to these shops in Paris and they always have a great selections of vegan cheeses, fake meats and so on. But not much vegan here except some snacks, sweets and oat drinks, and most are ridiculously expensive. They have a whole section of real meat instead. I didn’t bother going to the second floor.

Updated from previous review on 2022-12-28


30 Dec 2022

FYI, the second floor is where you’ll find stuff like vegan bentos and other ready-made meals and side dishes. They have bread up there, as well as vegan cleaning and personal care products too.



Points +3015

14 Dec 2020

Best non-dairy milk selection in the city

Not a place to do your weekly shop (unless you're flush with cash that you're dying to get rid of) but a great place to get some rarely seen/impossible to get elsewhere items. Would also be a good place to shop if you have allergies or food intolerances. They've been making efforts to mark the word "vegan" on relevant items on the price tags on the shelves, which is really helpful. They also have a selection of personal care items, some of which are vegan. Ask for a point card- after spending 30,000 yen you'll be eligible to get 1,000 yen off your next purchase. I got one without filling out any forms. Delivery is available for a fee (regular or chilled). There is a bulk items area.

They did have some smaller, less expensive items like freeze-dried instant miso soups for 198 jpy. Their selection of non-dairy milks must be the best in Yokohama.

There is a small eat-in area upstairs. Try the coffee (made by a machine) for 150 yen for a medium and 200 yen for a large, with a choice of beans from East Timor or South America. They have organic unsweetened soymilk, agave syrup, and brown sugar to use free of charge. I was shocked by how large the large was. Must be the cheapest coffee in the area if you want soymilk, and was good too.

No negatives really, except it's not a real cafe so they don't use reusable mugs/cups. If you want a proper cafe with glasses instead of throwaway cups then I recommend getting coffee at Ecomo Bakery down the street instead.

Updated from previous review on 2020-12-14

Pros: great selection, lots of vegan products , point card system easy to understand

Cons: some items expensive, no reusable cups for coffee


Points +149

08 Jan 2020

Plenty of whole food options

I come here to buy organic groceries. There are a lot of vegan candies, snacks, sauces, chocolate, and of course plenty of lovely fruits and veggies. There is also bulk dry goods. They have vegan raviolis here. No vegan cheeses or frozen foods. There is soy ice cream and lots of non-dairy milks. However, you will rack up quite the grocery bill.

Pros: Specialty items available

Cons: Expensive


Points +44

19 May 2019

Great variety

I was surprised by the variety of the products. The quality is very good and it is tasty, really enjoyed shopping vegan sweets. Some products are quite expensive so I do not recommend for everyday shopping.

Pros: Variety of the products , Great quality

Cons: Expensive


Points +92

05 May 2019

Great selection of vegan goods

This store has an excellent array of vegan goods that I would usually find back in Australia. It’s located along a nice street as well. I was very pleased to have found coconut yoghurt. The only down side is that this place is very expensive compared to what I’m used to. But honestly, it’s worth it

Pros: Lots of vegan options

Cons: Expensive


Points +4805

03 Feb 2019

Wide selection of vegan stuff

Two floors packed with stuff we vegans like. Some of the stuff is outrageously expensive, but I suppose that can’t be helped. I was able to try their coconut yogurt, which is tasty and practically indistinguishable from “real” yogurt, but I wouldn’t buy it again at its current price (about 700 yen)

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