HERE IS WHERE WE’RE AT
With over 35,000 square feet of Asian specialty products along with 86 years of history, this is a must-see destination in Seattle. Visit our flagship store to observe, experience and learn about the diverse Asian cultures represented throughout the store. This location is the anchor tenant of Uwajimaya Village which also includes, Kinokuniya Bookstore - Japan's largest bookstore chain, Boiling Point Restaurant, Paris Miki Optical, Savvy Cosmetics, Chase Bank and food court with 12 dining options.
We're excited to announce that we have partnered with Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt and they are now serving their delicious yogurt at our Seattle store in addition to our Bellevue Store. Ellenos is open daily from 10am - 6:30pm.
More from the Seattle Store
Uwajimaya Village Food Court
Dining options include: Aloha Plates, Beard Papa's Cream Puffs, Herfy's Burgers, Noodle Zen, Saigon Bistro, Samurai Noodle, Shilla Korean BBQ, Thai Place, Yummy House Bakery, Unicone Crepes and Tako Kyuuban Takoyaki.
During the winter, you can find hot, fresh roasted chestnuts and peanuts being sold by Nature's Harvest outside the Seattle Uwajimaya store. Nature's Harvest will be open starting November 22, 2016 (closed on Wednesday's and holidays).
We offer free validated parking with purchase for up to two hours in our parking lot. Spend $15 or more for up to two hours of parking or $7.50 for one hour of parking. All retailers within Uwajimaya Village may validate parking.
We welcome schools and groups to visit our store for a self guided tour. Self guided tours are available Monday through Thursday, excluding Tuesdays from 9am-11am (a time reserved for our senior shoppers). Reservations are required for all visits. Please call our store to schedule your visit.
- Yamato Transport (Shipping Services to Japan)
Upcoming Seattle Events
Every Tuesday Morning • 8am to 11am
Every Friday Evening • 6pm to Close
Wednesday GO Nights at Seattle Uwajimaya
6pm to 8pm
Lunar New Year Lion Dance
Chinese Calligraphy Demonstration
January 21-22 2017 & January 28-29 2017
10am to 5pm