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Established 1998

Beaverton

Uwajimaya | Beaverton Store
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Hours + information

Open Daily 9am to 8pm

NOTICE

Beginning May 19, 2023, we will no longer accept American Express as a form of payment.  We will continue to accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, JCB and China Union Pay.  Thank you for your understanding.

Opening our doors in 1998, we share our love and knowledge of Asian food to the greater Portland area.

Uwajimaya  | Beaverton Store - Bearded Papa
Beard Papa’s

Known as the “World’s Best Cream Puff,” Beard Papa’s is an international Japanese cream puff chain that’s incredibly delicious. Their flaky, crispy shell crust and freshly made custard are filled to order.

Uwajimaya | Beaverton Store - Kinokuniya
Kinokuniya Bookstore

This Japanese bookstore chain offers a wide selection of Asian books, magazines, manga and stationery. Find premium specialty pens & paper for artists, Japanese character goods from anime and manga in addition to the hundreds of novels, cookbooks, children’s books and manga in both Japanese and English.

Uwajimaya | Beaverton - Ramen Ryoma
Ramen Ryoma

Ramen Ryoma create their own soup stock from boiling premium black pork bones, which is then used to make their Chashu (Pork Belly). In addition, they serve ramen with their hand-rolled noodles.

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