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600 5th Ave S · interesting places nearby
Dried squid? Yes. Sheets of seaweed? Absolutely. Dumpling steamers, teapots, chopsticks? All of the above. The enormous Asian grocery and supply store Uwajimaya, anchoring an eponymous shopping center, has everything needed to prepare Thai, Japanese, Chinese and just about any other type of Asian specialty.
You’ll find fresh and frozen meat and fish, canned and dried produce, and intriguingly labeled treats of all kinds, as well as cooking tools, small appliances, spices and gift items. It also has a deli and bakery, and a number of hole-in-the-wall restaurants edge the building.