Good prices, clean and well stocked. We were from out of town and could not stock up but if we return, we will bring our bags.
One of the best things about San Diego is the abundance of Asian culture and food. The Mitsuwa Marketplace is unassuming from the exterior. However, once you walk through the door, you're treated to a cornucopia of Japanese sweets, foods and products. The store is...More
This restaurant is located at the entrance to a large Japanese market of the same name. It is spotlessly clean and packed with Japanese patrons; at least during the lunch hour. Service is efficient, but not especially friendly. Patrons order at one of two counters....More
Need to find those Japanese ingredients like they serve at the Japanese restaurants? Mitsuwa Market has everything you could even need! fresh Vegetables, a meat department, Japanese brands from Beer to Candies! there is also a Japanese restaurant inside Mitsuwa that serves noodles and other...More
This place is good for shopping japanese groceries and maybe here is where you find more no-japanese people shopping among the 3 markets in this area. It is not the cheapest one but you find good quality products.
I absolutely adore sashimi prepared very simply - sliced and then dipped into a simple sauce. Sashimi can be quite expensive when eaten at a restaurant, but when you purchase the fish at the market, then it is a much better value. Mitsua's offers a...More
Mitsuwa is the biggest Japanese supermarket in town. They have a nice food court in the entrance where you can get standard Japanese fair like curry rice, katsu, ramen etc. There are also some small shops inside the supermarket for ceramic pieces, electrical appliances and...More
Go to Japan without a passport! Mitsuwa is a food market, grocery store, hike goods and restaurant all wrapped in one. Many ethnic grocery stores feel unwelcoming to the average person not of that culture and somehow Mitsuwa is both authentic AND inviting. Try it...More