This is an extreme example of how shop owners see their windows and every inch of shop face as a place to tell you what’s inside. It’s also an example of how shop owners pile things up in front of their shops without worrying about aesthetics. It’s good to be practical, but it sometimes results in ugliness.
That probably doesn’t matter too much at this shop because it’s a wholesale business that sells food to restaurants. Some of the things for sale are pork cutlet, sweet and sour pork, edible silkworm larvae, mock crab sticks, ingredients for fried chicken, disposable cutlery, and honey tea. The phone number is at the bottom of the photo, so ring them up if you need some boiled fish cake.