Uwajimaya Market

600 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

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Asian groceries, gifts, and food court.

Uwajimaya might seem like a regular grocery store if you’ve never been there before. But this market can be a fun outing for everyone! Filled with Asian groceries and gifts it’s easy to spend most of the day wandering down the aisles of this store founded in 1928 in Tacoma. The seafood section alone is a wonder of unusual sea creatures, such as live Geoducks. You’re likely to work up an appetite with all that perusing, but this Seattle location also houses a “food court” of sorts. Their prepared food options include Aloha Plates, Beard Papa's Cream Puffs, Noodle Zen, Saigon Bistro, Samurai Noodle, Shilla Korean BBQ, Thai Place, and Conjeez. With all these choices, even picky eaters can find something to enjoy.

Don’t forget to pick up unusual and exciting souvenirs and gifts for friends while at Uwajimaya. You won’t have to carry them very far, as there is a large accessible parking lot attached to the store, as well as accessible bathrooms near the food court section.

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