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Yokohama: Teheran Shop – International Halal Food


Teheran Shop
Address:KY Bldg. 5F, 1-38-15 Hiranuma, Nishi Ku, Yokohama
description:International Halal Food
TEL: 045-321-6930
Hours: 13:00-23:00
map in Japanese

I was looking for tahini and rose water after a Lebanese cooking class and someone mentioned that this shop has basic stuff for Middle Eastern food. Located about 10 minutes from Yokohama Station East Exit, and across from YSC Swimming School, this shop is sort of easy to miss unless you watch out for the sign carefully.

Inside, they have lots of spice, canned food, various herb water, halal meat and so on.

Kinds of Herb Water they had:

  • Rose Water
  • Mint Water
  • Fennel Water
  • Cumin Water
  • Dill Water
  • Salix Egyptian Water
  • Cameleum Water


I know rose water is for cooking as well as for skin, but I have no idea what others are.

Canned Food

  • dried lemon
  • ghee
  • pickled garlic
  • pomegranate juice
  • nuts
  • Basmati rice
  • Indonesian spice
  • and, of course, tahini!




5 Responses to “Yokohama: Teheran Shop – International Halal Food”

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    Posted by Amin Esmaeili | July 5, 2010, 11:30 am
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