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Every Japanese Market on the Westside in the U.S. of A.

Main image: “Cost Mesa” in Orange County.

Every Japanese market on the Westside from Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, to Washington. Nothin’ but the Westside

The markets listed here are markets that ONLY specialize in Japanese products/foods, and no generically labeled “Asian markets” because this is how the Japanese do it in:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Utah
  • Washington

There are no specialized Japanese markets in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and New Mexico.

ARIZONA

The bento boxes at Fujiya Market in Arizona looks eff’n legit. Image courtesy of Fujiya Market.

1. Fujiya Market

Fujiyamarket.com
Facebook


2. New Tokyo Food Market


COLORADO

You’re not going to find a market that carries a more extensive range of product outside of California than Pacific.

1. Pacific Mercantile

Pacificeastwest.com
Facebook/PacificMercantile


CALIFORNIA

One of the biggest markets in the greater Los Angeles metro area, Marukai.

1. Marukai

Marukai.com

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS


2. Mitsuwa Marketplace

Mitsuwa.com
Facebook/MitsuwaMarketplace
Instagram/Mitsuwa_Marketplace

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS


3. Nijiya

Nijiya.com
Twitter/nijiyamarket

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS


4. Seiwa

Seiwamarket.com

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS


5. Tokyo Central

Tokyocentral.com
Facebook/tokyocentralofficial
Instagram/tokyo.central

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS


NEVADA

This shot of Nakata Market of Japan is made possible due to Jin N, thanks Jin!!

1. Nakata Market of Japan

Nakatamarket.com


2. Japan Creek Market


OREGON

Uwajimaya is the largest Japanese grocery retailer in the Pacific Northwest, and they’ve been going at it since 1928. Image courtesy of Uwajimaya.

1. Uwajimaya

Uwajimaya.com
Facebook/uwajimaya
Instagram/uwajimaya


UTAH

I thought this was a more endearing pic although the pic with Post Malone was my second choice for a featured pic of Sage Market. Image courtesy of Sage Market.

1. Japan-Sage Market

Facebook/sagemarket
Google Places


WASHINGTON

Not only are they a grocery store, but they also do sushi platters with authentic Japanese sushi: inari, kappa maki, to futomaki (you got to love that). Image courtesy of Maruta Shoten.

1. Maruta Shoten

Marutashoten.com


2. Uwajimaya

Uwajimaya.com
Facebook/uwajimaya
Instagram/uwajimaya

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

There are no specialized Japanese markets in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and New Mexico.

Comin’ from the Westside, Westside
Nothin’ but a Westside
It’s hittin’ on the Westside
Fool, you know how we do it

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