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Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarkets

Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarkets – Niku no Hanamasa (肉のハナサ)

If you have a big family or big eaters, and live in central Tokyo one of your go to supermarket shopping locations should be Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarkets (Niku no Hanamasa (肉のハナサ). Hanamasa is a wholesale supermarket whose Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarketsroots began as a supplier to restaurants, but is now open to the public and open 24/7 at most locations. There are over 40 stores in Tokyo, and more in Kanagawa and Chiba.

Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarkets – Niku no Hanamasa (肉のハナサ)

Japan supermarket chains, such as Maruetsu, Peacock, and Precce offer similar products but not in the size or price that Hanamasa offers.  Hanamasa, open 24/7, offers Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarketsa huge selection of meat, fish, alcohol and cooking staples. They also offer large size bags of fruits and veggies. The size is smaller than Costco but larger than Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarketsyour local supermarkets.  I shop at the Hanamasa on Minami Azabu, and the prices are at least 10-20% lower than local stores, and 30-40% cheaper than the “international” stores. They also have special sale days each month on which you can get 10% off all meat or 20% off all veggies etc.

Hanamasa also accepts credit cards and has free delivery from each store within a 2-3 kilo radius.

Hanamasa Wholesale Supermarkets – Niku no Hanamasa (肉のハナサ)

Akasaka – 東京都港区赤坂2-12-32 サンテラス赤坂
Akihabara – 東京都台東区秋葉原4-14
Asakusa – 東京都台東区浅草橋1-3-15 リバーサイド浅草橋ビル
Ikebukuro –  東京都豊島区南池袋3-9-5 サトミビル
Itabashi – 東京都板橋区志村1-1-2 葵ビル
Ichigaya – 東京都新宿区市ヶ谷船河原町1番地 市ヶ谷エスワンビル
Oimachi – 東京都品川区東大井5-2-3 かんべ土地K-15ビル地下1階
Omorii  – 東京都大田区山王2-1-5 駅ビルRARA B2
Ohana – 東京都葛飾区お花茶屋1-9-1
Kamata –
東京都大田区西蒲田7-61-1 東京蒲田文化会館B1F
Kamerai –
東京都葛飾区亀有3-10-2 泉コープ
Ueno Yusuke – 
東京都杉並区上井草2-43-18
Kanda –
東京都千代田区鍛冶町1-2-3
Ginza –
東京都中央区銀座8-10先 銀座ナイン3号館
Kinshicho –
東京都墨田区太平3-10-4 中銀錦糸町マンション
Kojiya-
東京都大田区萩中1-6-7 糀谷会館
Sangenjaya –
東京都世田谷区三軒茶屋2-14-6
Shibaura –
東京都港区芝浦3-15-9 株式会社ジャパンミート芝浦ビル
Shinokachimachi –
東京都台東区小島2-18-18 深山小島町ビル
Shinkawa –
東京都中央区新川1-17-24 新川中央ビル
Sugamo –
東京都豊島区巣鴨3-17-20 シャンブル石山
Sumiyoshi –
東京都墨田区江東橋5-2-2 ウッディサンハイム
Senzoku –
東京都台東区千束3-10-2
Takinogawa –
東京都北区滝野川3-1-8 ロイヤルプラザ滝野川
Tachikawa –
東京都立川市曙町2-3-2
Tsurukawa –
東京都町田市大蔵町337-1
Dozaka –
東京都文京区千駄木4-7-14
Tomigaya –
東京都渋谷区富ヶ谷1-35-20
Toritsudai – 東京都目黒区中根1-3-10
Nakano –
東京都中野区中央3-24-15 鍋屋横丁住宅
Niihori –
東京都江戸川区新堀2-2-6 花みずきⅡ
Nishi Arai –
東京都足立区西新井7-3-1 アーバンレックス西新井Ⅱ
Nishi Shinjuku –  
東京都新宿区西新宿5-1-17 マンション西新宿
Shinbashi –
東京都港区西新橋2-23-1 第3東洋海事ビル
Nihonbashi Takaracho –
東京都中央区京橋1-11-2 八重洲MIDビル
Nihonbashi Honcho –
東京都中央区日本橋本町3-8-3 東硝ビル
Negishi –
東京都台東区根岸4-17-12 浜田コーポラス
Hirai  Ekimae –
東京都江戸川区平井5-27-10
Honancho –
東京都杉並区方南2-4-6 方南第一マンション
Minami Azabu –
東京都港区南麻布4-11-22 南麻布T&Fビル
Yushima –
東京都千代田区外神田6-7-3 成興ビル

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    Hi Lauren and Sandra, i love the prices here too! however, one of the concerns that I hear about Hanamasa is that the produce is from areas near Fukushima or even China. while one could argue if it’s fair to call this food “dirty” i’m still wondering if you could shed some light here. I can’t read labels myself unfortunately. Thanks!

    • Hi, Thanks for your I went to Hanamasa today to actually try to quantify “that the produce is from areas near Fukushima or even China”. Actually I found no produce from Fukushima and only some peeled garlic and nira from China. All of the produce shows on the signs and/or labels which prefecture the produce is from and most that I saw was from Kumamoto, Chiba and Saitama. The meats were from Japan, Canada, US, Australia and New Zealand. Frozen foods seems to be mostly from Japan. I did not check all items so there might be some but not the majority! To be safe, learn the Kanji for Fukushima and China and check the labels. Hope this helps. Lauren

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