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Osechi Ryori

Osechi Ryori

December 9, 2016

Shogatsu or New Years Day is considered the most important holiday in Japan.  It is a time for new beginnings, a time for tradition and feasting.  New Years Day is spent enjoying traditional “Good Luck” food with family and guests known as Osechi Ryori. Osechi Ryori...

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88th Anniversary Photo Contest

88th Anniversary Photo Contest

October 3, 2016

October marks the 88th anniversary of Uwajimaya. Show us your love by sharing a photo of what you love most about Uwajimaya.  Whether it’s your favorite product, your favorite aisle, a meal you created using ingredients from Uwajimaya – it’s up to you! Submit your...

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Mooncakes

Mooncakes

September 2, 2016

The mooncake is a Chinese pastry that is shared among family and friends during the Mid Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, one of the most important holidays in China and many other Asian countries. The Mid Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar...

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Kai Market by Uwajimaya Set to Open in Early 2017

Kai Market by Uwajimaya Set to Open in Early 2017

August 30, 2016

We are excited to announce that we will be opening our first ever Kai Market by Uwajimaya in early 2017 in South Lake Union! To find out more, read the press release below. ------ 400 Fairview Adds First-Ever Kai Market by Uwajimaya to its Market Hall in South Lake Union Kai...

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Onigirazu

Onigirazu

June 17, 2016

 Onigirazu is a modern take on the tradition Onigiri (Japanese rice ball) and has become quite popular due to being easy to make, versatile and visually appealing. Unlike Onigiri, which has to be molded into shape, Onigirazu is made by stacking the ingredients, similar to making a sandwich. Onigirazu...

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Yakisoba

Yakisoba

May 4, 2016

Yakisoba is a Japanese stir fried noodle dish with origins in China, made with bite sized pieces of vegetables and pork (optional), seasoned with salt, pepper and a sweet and tangy yakisoba sauce. Traditionally sold at Japanese festivals, yakisoba has since made its way into every day Japanese cuisine.  ...

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