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Good place for fresh food and grocery. Their ready-to-eat japanese food is good and value for money. Famous among Japanese expats
This is a Japanese Supermarket. Most of Japanese expats do their shopping here. You will feel like you walk in Japan if you go there on weekends.
Wide selection of Japanese groceries...sometimes I cannot avoid going there to look for an ingredient.
Well-known Japanese supermarket where you can find some of the best Japanese ingredients for your cuisine.
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