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Uwajimaya Bellevue

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<p>Uwajimaya was first opened in Tacoma in 1928 by the Moriguchi family. It was re-opened on South Main Street in Seattle after WWII. The Bellevue location was added in 1978. The store carries traditional Asian ingredients in an easily accessible location; the staff here is quite friendly.</p>
<p>Uwajimaya's extensive produce selection offers everything from the standard banana to Japanese and Chinese eggplant, gobo, lemongrass and durian fruit. Visit the seafood counter for clams, crabs, lobsters and oysters--so fresh they're still alive. For a heartier bite of protein, the store has a large selection of beef and pork, including boneless short ribs, short pate and side pork.  <br><br>The wide selection of Asian beers come from China, India, Singapore, the Philippines and Japan. The Japanese beer selection includes Asahi, Kirin, Sapporo and Japanese micro-brews. The store also stocks an array of sake bottles in beautiful shapes and sizes.</p>
699 120th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98005
(425) 747-9012
  • Accessibility Details: Street-level entry
  • Accessibility Details: Street level entry, handicapped parking available
  • Hours: Mon - Sat, 8am - 10pm; Sun, 9am - 9pm
  • Accessible: yes
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