You Can Get Fresh Produce From This Kyoto Market Without Leaving Your Car
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Shun no Eki Kyoto Branch
76 Yawata Minamiyama, Yawata City, Kyoto
Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
*Pick up for Omakase Yasai Set is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays only.
Businesses in Japan are also coming up with ways on how to help flatten the curve while still providing their goods and services. Like the Shun no Eki, a chain of farm produce markets in the Kansai region, which offers a set of produce that can be brought to the car of the shopper. This way, shoppers don’t need to worry about being in a crowd. This offer is available on weekdays until May 29, 2020.
A farm produce market in Kyoto with other branches in Nara and Osaka.
For Shun no Eki Kyoto Branch, the service can be availed by placing an order via phone call until 6 p.m. the day before the customer’s desired pick up. An order of the limited set, Shun no Eki Omakase Yasai Set (¥5,000) consists of that day’s pick of fruits and vegetables. The items can be picked up at the parking space of the store the following day. All you have to do is call them upon arrival and the staff will bring it to you, then you pay. You can buy vegetables without having contact with many people.
Just by going to their parking space, you can get fresh produce!
Shun no Eki sells fresh fruits and vegetables that were picked the same day and delivered daily by more than 1,800 farmers. The set that is being sold for this service consists of staff’s chosen produce that came in that day. The items included in the set can change daily, so it’s something to look forward to when you order. It might surprise you that there may be vegetables that are hard to find or flavors that you have never tried before.
Scallion, lettuce, and bell peppers are some of the items that can be included in the set. Items differ depending on what is delivered that day.
For those in the Kansai region who want to enjoy mouthwatering fresh produce, you don’t need to risk going to crowded markets anymore. Just use this service of Shun no Eki Kyoto Branch and have fresh fruits and vegetables in the comfort of your home.
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kansai Walker™ (20 April 2020)