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Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year

February 7, 2018

Gung Hay Fat Choy (Happy New Year) The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is determined by the Chinese calendar which is based on lunar and solar cycles. This calendar is periodically adjusted due to the shorter lunar cycle, making the Lunar Year a different day each...

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Hahn Shyuan Rice Crispy

Hahn Shyuan Rice Crispy

January 31, 2018

Hahn Shyuan Rice Crispy cakes can be eaten as a snack or incorporated into many dishes. Here are a few ways you can use these versatile crispy rice snacks. Use crushed up Rice Crispy snacks as a crispy alternative to steamed rice. Here we're serving it with Mapo Tofu. ...

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Nagatanien Fried Rice Mix

Nagatanien Fried Rice Mix

January 19, 2018

With just a few ingredients, and a packet of Nagatanien Fried Rice Mix, you can quickly make flavorful fried rice at home. Nagatanien Fried Rice Mix is made in Japan and contains no MSG. Each package contains three small packets. One packet makes two servings of fried rice.  ALL...

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We’re turning 89!

We’re turning 89!

October 5, 2017

We're excited to be celebrating our 89th Anniversary this month!  Don't miss out on our amazing 89th Anniversary Sale October 11-17, 2017.  For one week only, enjoy 10% Off Storewide* - even our sale prices!    Click here for a sneak peak of our 89th Anniversary...

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Design our Next Tote Bag!

Design our Next Tote Bag!

September 28, 2017

We’re looking for a new design for our next reusable tote bag and we need your help!  We invite you to participate in the Uwajimaya Tote Bag Design Contest.  The winning design will be voted on by our customers and released during our 90th Anniversary Sale...

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Inarizushi

Inarizushi

August 30, 2017

Inarizushi is a type of sushi, or rice ball, that's made with vinegared sushi rice, stuffed inside seasoned fried tofu skins.  Before they can be stuffed, the fried tofu skins are boiled in dashi stock that’s seasoned with soy sauce and sugar. Boiling them in dashi...

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