YOKOHAMA — A food exhibition featuring local produce and the farmers who grew it opened Friday in Yokohama’s Naka Ward to promote the Slow Food movement in Japan.

The main site for “Slow Food Nippon 2009” is near Bashamichi Station on the Minato Mirai Line, where cafes and stalls are marketing naturally grown fruits, vegetables, rice and other farm products until Sunday.

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