Japan is the land of convenience, so why leave home when you can have meals and groceries delivered to your door? Also useful in these times of covid, we put together a growing list of helpful food delivery services websites and apps to make your stay home easier.

Restaurant delivery

Cooked foods may be available at convenience stores near your place, but if you want something tasty, from popular Japanese foods like sushi and ramen to Italian, French and Chinese, restaurant delivery is much better.
We recommend you order food online with those websites or apps.


Maishoku  has an English option with its website and app. They have a number of categories including bentos, sushi, desserts, vegetarian and more. There no delivery charge and you can pay online with credit card or cash on delivery. New sign-ups get a 500 yen credit.

Fine Dine

Fine Dine is an upmarket restaurant food delivery service.


demae kan
Demae can is the largest restaurant food deliver service in Japan. They have a 100 yen first-time-order discount.

Rakuten Delivery

Rakuten delivery
Rakuten Delivery has grown quickly in popularity delivering for a growing number of restaurants and eateries.

Uber eats
Uber eats

Uber eats is available in Japanese and English. [2,500 yen discount for first-time users. Coupon code: EATSMAR21A valid until 2021/04/04.]

Groceries delivery

In order to avoid hot weather, crowded spaces, and heavy shopping, grocery delivery is an attractive option. Perfect for people with busy lives that don’t have time to visit the supermarket or for the stay-at-home worker delivery services are a huge convenience.

The Asia Superstore

The Asia Superstore has a big selection of groceries and fairly easy to use website.

Amazon Fresh


Delivers Shibuya area and has a new English website.



5% discount using this link.

30,000 kinds of natural products with a large selection of healthy food products including vegan items.

Farmers Market at UNU

The weekly Farmers Market at UNU market delivers farm-fresh produce from across Japan. The market itself doesn’t have a delivery service, but orders can be made for honey, microgreens, vegetables, citrus, pickles, etc.. online and delivered directly from individual vendors. A full list of produce and availability is on their website.


Tengu Natural Foods

A comprehensive list of natural, organic, vegetarian-friendly, and gluten-free items. The online shop has a discount scheme for purchases of ¥10,000 and over. The shipping charge in Tokyo is ¥660 (¥1,100 for refrigerated shipping), but it’s free for orders over ¥5,250.


Bio Marche

One of the largest organic food distributors in Japan. There are four types of set produce boxes (with different options for vegetables, fruit and eggs) to choose from ranging from ¥2,152 to ¥2,600, or order a la carte from the catalogue of fresh and dry goods. Delivery is free for box orders, or ¥600 for custom orders. There is a ¥5,000 membership fee which goes to supporting the farmers.

The Flying Pig

Offers Costco’s full range of foreign and bulk-buy goods. Shipping becomes cheaper after the first two boxes (from ¥1,000 down to ¥800) and deliveries take 48-72 hours to Tokyo.


Nissin World Delicatessen

A supermarket selection of over 300 everyday items along with deli meat, steak, sausages, fruit and vegetables. Groceries are delivered same day if ordered by 10am. Delivery costs ¥650 or ¥900 depending on where you live in Tokyo. Refrigerated items ¥210 extra.


National Azabu

International groceries and a wide selection of organic produce, as well as vegan and gluten-free items. Ready-made meals like chicken wings and baked potatoes are also available. All orders over ¥5,000 are free to deliver and can be shipped to the Minato, Shibuya, Chiyoda, Meguro and Shinagawa wards.


Whole Meat

A vendor stocking a wide selection of meat products.

The Meat Guy

Another vendor stocking a wide selection of meaty products.

(Japanese only)

Oisix is a premium home delivery service with natural and organic food choices

Life supermarket

(Japanese only)


Aeon Net Supermarket

(Japanese only)

Fast food Delivery

fast food
Fast food has been a popular fast food delivery service. Companies are delivering fast foods today with preventing the spread of infection.

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut has a contactless delivery option called ‘Oki Pizza’ (‘Placed Pizza’) which mitigate the risks of exposure between customers and drivery person. The delivery person rings your doorbell and confirms over the intercom you are home and places your pizza order at your front door for collection. When you register with Pizza Hut you get 1,000 yee off your first order.


Domino’s Pizza has a “Zero Contact Drop Off” option, similar to Pizza Hut, with the aim of minimizing customer and delivery person interaction. The delivery person waits two metres away from your front door until you’ve picked up your pizza. Available with cashless payment. The box for ‘zero contact’ delivery must be checked or the pizza will be delivered in the normal way by hand.


McDonald’s have an iOS  and Android app-based delivery system

Meal Plans

Kiwi Kitchen

Home pack meals delivered chilled, ready for the fridge or freezer.


Alchemist at Home

Meal plan delivery services. Delivery twice a week and includes vegetarian, vegan, and alcohol options.


Other delivery options

The following three online shops provide a selection of healthy snacks, supplements, cosmetics, beauty products and some food items.


Online wine shop and with cheese sets, crackers, potato chips, nuts, and other snacks. Delivery charges in Tokyo are ¥660 (¥960 for refrigerated shipping). Orders received by 9am are processed for same-day shipping in Tokyo whereas orders placed after 9am are delivered the following day.

Healthy Tokyo

The first dedicated CBD Shop & Cafe in Japan is the place to try an array of vegan sweets, infused with CBD or not. Cafe food delivery, Tokyo only.
With all these options you never need to leave the house again in search of food.