Since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared a nationwide state of emergency on April 16 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, people have been looking for ways to keep fresh produce on the table without making extra trips to the supermarket. From individual farmers to cooperatives, here are six ways to bring sustenance to your doorstep.

Base Side Farm

Atsue Durrant and her husband, Cameron, grow year-round on their farm near the Yokota Air Base, offering an assortment of greens (including kale) along with popcorn (yes, it’s actually a variety of corn), leeks and other vegetables throughout the season. Customers can visit the farm to pick their own produce, order single varieties or purchase a mixed box.