This small store is good for purchasing hard to find Japanese goods. The food counter and upstairs seating is very basic. Low quality but tasty ramen. It is quick. Do not recommend as it is pricey with basic quality.
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We are on our way to a broadway show and didn't have enough time for dinner so we stopped here for food. We got some sushi and it was surprisingly good. We even got a dessert and it was so good. Great place to cheap...More
I grabbed small trays for a quick dinner after work. Price are really honest, considering the avarage. I think it offers much more for lunch than in the late afternoon, however there are a lot of Japanese products, I'm not an expert and for that...More
This review pertains to the "mart" part of the store. Got a variety of Japanese snacks and condiments here. Staff were very attentive and helpful in explaining some of the items to this particular non-Japanese-reading customer. I really like the Calpico soft drinks they sell...More
Cool mini Japanese cafe/grocery store combo. The groceries seem fresh and the made to order cafe foods are pretty tasty.
This is a Japanese food market in Manhattan. There are 2 locations : East 41 Street and Stuyvesant Place. Many Japanese food items unavailable in New York can be found here. Many types of ramen noodles and mojis, the Japanese bean curd ice cream. Wonderful...More