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Mitsuwa Marketplace is a growing Japanese-American supermarket chain, with locations in Torrance, California, Little Tokyo, San Diego, Costa Mesa, Gardena, New Jersey, and Chicago. Official website: http://www. ... Japantown is a common name for Japanese-American or Japanese-Canadian communities in big cities. ... San Diego County in the Southwest corner of California. ... Costa Mesa is a city located in Orange County, California. ... Gardena is a city located in Los Angeles County, California. ... Official language(s) None, English de facto Capital Trenton Largest city Newark Area  Ranked 47th  - Total 8,729 sq. ... Chicago (officially named the City of Chicago) is the third largest city in the United States (after New York City and Los Angeles), with an official population of 2,896,016, as of the 2000 census. ...

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Mitsuwa is unique from most Japanese and Asian supermarkets in that it has a food court including Italian Tomato restaurant, a sushi bar called Daikichi-zushi (Daikichi Sushi in English), a bookstore owned by the large Sanseido company, a gift shop, a video rental store, and a store selling Japanese ceramics and denki-gama, making Mitsuwa more of a mini-mall than a traditional supermarket. Exterior of Hong Kong Supermarket in Monterey Park, California, USA Asian market in Buenos Aires, Argentina In the western world, an Asian supermarket, sometimes called an Oriental supermarket, stocks items imported from many places in Asia. ... Food court at the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia. ... The Italian Tomato is a Japanese Italian restaurant and bakery chain. ... In Japanese cuisine, sushi (Japanese: 寿司, also すし, 壽司, 鮨 or 鮓) is a food made of vinegared rice combined with various toppings or fillings. ...

The supermarket section sells a lot of fresh produce and certified Angus beef, not to mention Japanese drinks and snacks such as Yakult, Calpis, Pocari Sweat, Pocky, Pretz, and Japanese liquor such as Sake and Shochu. Brazilian Yakult. ... A bottle of Calpis Calpis water (カルピス・ウォーター), sometimes called Calpis for short, is a Japanese soft drink. ... Pocari Sweat can Pocari Sweat (ポカリスエット) is a popular Japanese soft drink, manufactured by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. ... Pocky (Japanese: ポッキー, pokkii) is a snack food produced by the Ezaki Glico Company of Japan. ... Glico Pretz Pretz (プリッツ, purittsu) is a Japanese snack made by Ezaki Glico. ... Sake barrels at Itsukushima Shrine Sake (Japanese: 酒; pronounced IPA: ) is a Japanese alcoholic beverage, brewed mainly from rice. ... Shōchū (焼酎; lit. ...

The Sanseido bookstore section sells Japanese novels, Children's books, manga, and imported magazines such as Weekly Shonen Jump and Disney Fan, and localized versions of American magazines such as National Geographic. For other uses, see Manga (disambiguation). ... Weekly Shonen Jump, issue 40 (Japanese version) Weekly Shonen Jump (週刊少年ジャンプ Shūkan Shōnen Janpu), with a circulation of over 3 million, is one of the longest-running, weekly manga compilations in Japan. ... The National Geographic Society was founded in the USA on January 27, 1888, by 33 men interested in organizing a society for the increase and diffusion of geographical knowledge. ...

There is also a kiosk that sells Yama Moto Yama tea, and another kiosk that sells Japanese sweets such as manju, mochi, and other foods. Manju (Japanese: 饅頭, manjū) is a famous, popular, and traditional Japanese confection. ... Mochi is a Japanese food. ...

The store is popular not just with Japanese-Americans, but with surrounding Caucasians, Hispanics, African-Americans and other Asian-Americans such as Koreans, Chinese, and Filipinos.


Mitsuwa Marketplace (Chicago Store) Mitsuwa Marketplace building in Arlington Heights. ...

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I always wondered if the Mitsuwa back in my home state was the same as the one we have out here in Illinois.
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