Pretty solid Japanese grocery store, though the prices are slightly higher than other smaller Korean/Japanese markets. I like the fact that they have a large selection of fresh fish, sashimi, and produce. Their dried goods are ample, with everything you need to making okonomiyaki, zaru soba, tempura, dashi miso soup. They also have oodles of noodles, seaweed, kombu (black kelp), bonito fish flakes, green tea, and plenty of Pocari Sweat and other sweet drinks.
If you're craving some traditional Japanese snacks, you will find a very large selection here, even more than Noble Fish out in Clawson. They also carry my fave organic mushrooms by Hokto.
Bright, clean, and airy, the aisles are spaced just right so you don't feel claustrophobic. Give this place a try if you are looking to make a Japanese meal at home, and while you're on your way out, pick up some Sushi-Do rolls (the same people who source to Noble Fish). :)
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