Farmer’s market at UNU

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Day 19 of NaBloPoMo and continuing with a regular feature “Tokyo Thursday”.

On a recent trip to Tokyo to get my hair done in Toni & Guy, Aoyama branch, I had the most wonderful walk through Shibuya. So much to discover on even a short walk through Tokyo Streets. My most alarming find was the UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY. UNU! I had absolutely no idea such a place existed, least of all in the modern Aoyama region of Shibuya. When I got home, I was even more delighted when my research revealed that a farmer’s market is held there EVERY weekend.

United Nations University in Tokyo

United Nations University in Tokyo

Details:
Approximately 70 stalls, every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm at the United Nations University in Shibuya, 3 minute walk from the B2 exit of Omotesando underground. Phone: 03-5459-4934. URL: http://farmersmarkets.jp/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/farmersmarket.at.unu/?fref=ts

 

 

There are some great WORDPRESS blog posts in English about the market, with fantastic photos to boot:

There are quite a few posts and details on Stephanie’s blog, however, do note they are from 3 or 4 years ago. https://stephanietsai.wordpress.com/tag/unu-farmers-market/

Here’s a more recent post, in English:
Farmers Market at UNU (a.k.a. Aoyama Farmers Market)

ANd some other blogs and web posts:
Aoyama Farmer’s Market
Farmers’ Market @ UNU Tokyo

4 comments on “Farmer’s market at UNU

  1. Joan Bailey

    Nice post! This us a great market, but there are a number of others throughout the city over the course of a month. This coming weekend is the Earth Day Market – all organic and fair trade – and every Saturday there is a very nice on in Roppongi. Have fun!

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    1. Elle

      Thank you so much for your comment and for the great information. I don’t suppose you know of anything like this in Saitama ? Thankfully, Tokyo is close enough to commute to occasionally ????

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  2. Jenny

    Oooooo! I love the new look of your blog. 🙂 Very nice!
    I love farmers markets, actually any type of market I love… except maybe the grocery store. 🙂

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    1. L M N Post author

      I have been experimenting with the layout, but it’s so hard to choose. I loved the las one, but it’s no longer compatible since they upgraded or shifted something or other. Nearly lost content with the change. :-p You did a great job finding a layout that matches your blog.

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