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Posted 05-19-10 Uwajimaya Renton

Uwajimaya is a Western Washington-chain of stores offering primarily Japanese but also Asian groceries, produce, meats, seafood, pre-prepared foods and housewares and gifts. This location is in Renton Village.

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Posted 05-19-10 Uwajimaya Beaverton

A Western Washington-chain of stores offering Japanese groceries, produce, meats, seafood, pre-prepared foods and housewares and gifts. This location was opened in 1998 and like the flagship, is located next to a Kinokuniya Bookstore. Other establishments nearby include sushi restaurant Hakatamon as well as Azumano Travel Agency and Pacific Northwest Cosmetics.

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Posted 05-19-10 Uwajimaya Bellevue

A Western Washington-chain of stores offering Japanese groceries, produce, meats, seafood, pre-prepared foods and housewares and gifts. This location includes an Asian food court, with sushi, roasted duck and Chinese food.

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Posted 05-19-10 Uwajimaya

A Western Washington-chain of stores offering Japanese groceries, produce, meats, seafood, pre-prepared foods and housewares and gifts. This location is of the flagship Uwajimaya, which includes a food court with restaurants including Aloha Plates, Beard Papa's Cream Puffs, Shilla Korean BBQ, Thai Place and more. Kinokuniya Bookstore is located nearby.

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Posted 05-19-10 Lotte Market

Well stocked groceries, meats and other pre-prepared Korean foods.

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Posted 05-19-10 Galleria Market

Located in the basement of the Korean mall Koreatown Galleria, Galleria Market has a wide range of groceries, produce, meats, beauty care products and more. They also stock a wide selection of premade banchan (side dishes) as well as kimchi.

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Posted 05-12-10 Austin's House

He makes good waffles.

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Posted 05-12-10 Kalustyan's

Opened in 1944, Kalustyan's started as a specialty food store focused on Indian spices and groceries, but now carries a range of hard-to-find foods and spices from around the world. They have one physical location in Manhattan as well as an online store.

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Posted 05-11-10 H-Mart (Han Ah Reum Supermarket) - New York

H-Mart (formerly called Han Ah Reum), has 30+ stores nationwide, mostly in the East Coast corridor but also in Illinois, California and Texas. They have a range of groceries and cooking supplies, depending on the location. They also have an online store.

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