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Everyday To The Exotic


At Uwajimaya, expect to find your local fruits and vegetables, including organics, alongside a wide variety of unique and exotic Asian produce. Find everything from Japanese eggplants, gobo, Napa cabbage, lemongrass, durian fruit, kumquats… the list is endless. Our vast selection makes the produce department one of our most colorful departments and is always a sight to see!

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Ume Plums

This seasonal spring fruit is most often used to make Umeshu (Japanese Plum Wine) and Umeboshi (Pickled Plum). While they are most often called plums, ume are actually apricots.

Ume season only lasts a few weeks, starting around the middle of May, and ending in early to mid June.

Assorted Hokto Mushrooms

Hokto Mushrooms are organically grown in the the USA, and are a good source of Vitamin D, B vitamins, potassium, and dietary fiber. They also taste great in hotpot, soups and stir fries. Choose from Eryngii, Bunapi, Bunashimeji, or Maitake.

Manila Mango

A customer favorite!  This tropical fruit is native to the Philippines and is known to be one of the sweetest mangoes around. The Manila mango has a bright yellow flesh and because it is a fiber-less variety, it has a smooth and buttery texture.

Uwajimaya | Produce - Jackfruit


Sweet and pungent, Jackfruit can be eaten fresh or cooked. This versatile tropical fruit can be seasoned and slow roasted, transforming into a tasty, and quite convincing, pulled pork substitute, perfect for sandwiches, salads, or tacos!


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