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Good Life by name, good life (and food) by nature. This farm-to-table salad shop is a diner with a difference. Not only do they provide locally sourced vegetables from neighboring Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures, they also make their own special blend of fermented brown rice, multi-grained rice and adzuki beans to give their salads an extra hit of minerals and fiber. Packed with everything you need for the day – greens, proteins (vegan-friendly ones, too!) and superfoods – these salads will leave you satisfied and stress-free. You can either design your own bowl, or choose one of the suggested combos on the menu.

Average Price: Lunch ¥1,200 Dinner ¥1,600

Address: 1F H.T. Minami-Aoyama Bldg III, 7-11-4 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku

Website: goodlifefactory.jp/en/

Tel: 03-6805-0240

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