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Established 1978

Bellevue

Uwajimaya | Bellevue Store
Uwajimaya | Bellevue Store Uwajimaya | Bellevue Store

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.

This colorful store boasts a full array of Asian groceries, meat, produce, gifts, seafood and sake. It also features a poke bar, hot and prepared Asian foods as well as a Sashimi Island with a variety of freshly prepared sashimi.

Expanded Sake Selection

We recently renovated our Bellevue location and are now offering an expanded sake selection.   Discrover a wide variety of sake from well-known Japanese breweries such as Gekkeikan, Hakutsuru, Ozeki and Dassai.

Poke Bar

We’ve added a new poke bar in our renovated deli!  Dive into the flavors of paradise with our wide selection of poke.  Our poke is made fresh daily using only the finest and freshest ingredients and a touch of aloha!

Uwajimaya | Salmon Sashimi
Sashimi Island

Watch as our expert cutters carefully cut fish for sashimi!  The sashimi island is surrounded by refrigerated cases featuring a large variety of sashimi in assorted varieties to experience restaurant quality sashimi at home.

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