Nijiya Market

★★★★☆
  • 124 Japanese Village Plz Mall

    Los Angeles, CA 90012

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  • 213-680-3280

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Mon-Sun: 9am-9pm

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Why bother? The stuff they have here is limited and questionable freshness. I'd rather not and shop around Little Tokyo to satisfy a craving.

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★★★☆☆

Why bother? The stuff they have here is limited and questionable freshness. I'd rather not and shop around Little Tokyo to satisfy a craving.

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This location is smaller than Nijiya market in West Los Angeles, but it is perfect to buy some Japanese snacks and drinks when you visit Little Tokyo. Their selection of bento and sushi is nice.

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★★★★★

This location is smaller than Nijiya market in West Los Angeles, but it is perfect to buy some Japanese snacks and drinks when you visit Little Tokyo. Their selection of bento and sushi is nice.

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Hot dog on a stick, cheesecake on a stick, spaghetti on a stick.you've gotta admit that state fairs and carnivals got one thing right with their on-a-skinny-piece-of-wood cuisine: it's easy to eat (and just more fun.) But if once a year just isn't going to cut it for you, get yourself to a Japanese market and try dango, precious Japanese rice flour dumplings (mochi-like) smothered in a teriyaki-like syrup of soy sauce and sugar, then speared with a stick. P.S. Fun fact: the main character of Sailor Moon is affectionately called odango-atama ("dumpling head") after this tasty food, because of her hairdo.

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★★★☆☆

Hot dog on a stick, cheesecake on a stick, spaghetti on a stick.you've gotta admit that state fairs and carnivals got one thing right with their on-a-skinny-piece-of-wood cuisine: it's easy to eat (and just more fun.) But if once a year just isn't going to cut it for you, get yourself to a Japanese market and try dango, precious Japanese rice flour dumplings (mochi-like) smothered in a teriyaki-like syrup of soy sauce and sugar, then speared with a stick. P.S. Fun fact: the main character of Sailor Moon is affectionately called odango-atama ("dumpling head") after this tasty food, because of her hairdo.

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Hot dog on a stick, cheesecake on a stick, spaghetti on a stick. You've gotta admit that state fairs and carnivals got one thing right with their on-a-skinny-piece-of-wood cuisine: it's easy to eat (and just more fun.) But if once a year just isn't going to cut it for you, get yourself to a Japanese market and try dango, precious Japanese rice flour dumplings (mochi-like) smothered in a teriyaki-like syrup of soy sauce and sugar, then speared with a stick. P.S. Fun fact: the main character of Sailor Moon is affectionately called odango-atama ("dumpling head") after this tasty food, because of her hairdo.

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★★★☆☆

Hot dog on a stick, cheesecake on a stick, spaghetti on a stick. You've gotta admit that state fairs and carnivals got one thing right with their on-a-skinny-piece-of-wood cuisine: it's easy to eat (and just more fun.) But if once a year just isn't going to cut it for you, get yourself to a Japanese market and try dango, precious Japanese rice flour dumplings (mochi-like) smothered in a teriyaki-like syrup of soy sauce and sugar, then speared with a stick. P.S. Fun fact: the main character of Sailor Moon is affectionately called odango-atama ("dumpling head") after this tasty food, because of her hairdo.

Pros: Free parking, exotic foods

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Best local japanese market to go to when you can't make it over to the big Marukai! They have everything you need here in regards to food products!

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★★★★★

Best local japanese market to go to when you can't make it over to the big Marukai! They have everything you need here in regards to food products!

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This little store has a really great variety of produce, Asian ingredients and food, and other groceries. They even have pre-packaged meals that you can heat up and eat in a small eating area outside!

One of the cons, though, is that they're kind of pricey, and sometimes the people aren't too helpful.

4
★★★★☆

This little store has a really great variety of produce, Asian ingredients and food, and other groceries. They even have pre-packaged meals that you can heat up and eat in a small eating area outside!

One of the cons, though, is that they're kind of pricey, and sometimes the people aren't too helpful.

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