Mitsuwa Marketplace Opens in Plano

Mitsuwa Marketplace is planning a grand opening of its Plano location on Friday, April 14. Mitsuwa Marketplace is the largest Japanese supermarket in the U. S. and promises to transport guests to the heart of Japan. Basically, it’s a magical wonderland of all things Japanese.

Mitsuwa features a food hall of Japanese eateries, plus shops offering a wide variety of Japanese groceries, electric appliances, cosmetics and general home goods.

Headquartered in Torrance, CA, Mitsuwa also has seven locations in California, as well as a Chicago and an Edgewater, NJ store.

The Plano Mitsuwa is 25,000-square-feet and will include eatery Densetsu No Sutadonya (rice bowls with pork belly), J. Sweets (Japanese confections), Lupicia (teas from around the world) and Matcha Love (green tea galore). Books Kinokuniya, which also recently opened in Carrollton, will offer a wide selection of books, magazines, comics and stationery.

On Friday, the grand opening ceremony starts at 10:30am and store hours are 11am – 9pm. The first 300 kids get a free balloon, and there will be specials on grocery items all weekend. On Saturday, the marketplace resumes regular store hours of 9am – 9pm.

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