A 20,000-square-foot Japanese-themed food hall is opening on November 24.
If you thought that you’ve been to every cuisine-specific food hall in New York City, you’re in for a treat! This weekend, Japan Village is opening to the public in Industry City, Brooklyn. The massive locale will be part restaurant, part supermarket, part cultural center. According to their website, the philosophy at Japan Village revolves around three key principles: culture, community, and cuisine.
According to owner, Tony Yoshida, the goal of Japan Village is to “share everything we love about Japan with our local community in a fun and authentic way. Working with Industry City allows us to provide a space where anyone can immerse themselves in Japanese culture through traditional foods, interactive seminars, and family-friendly events.”
The space will feature a Sunrise Mart Japanese supermarket where you can find products such as homemade tofu, quality seafood and Japan Premium Beef. Of course there will also be a slew of vendors on site.
Check out the list of food stall vendors and what they’ll be selling below:
Café Japon – Japanese bread, pastries, and matcha lattes.
Moriya – Rice bowls, Japanese curry and more.
Gohei – Soba and udon noodles.
Mika N’ Momo – Japanese juice and salad bar.
Setagaya – Ramen.
Obentoyasan – Bento boxes and miso soup.
Omakase Sushi – Chef’s choice omakase with fresh fish.
Shokusaido – Japanese appetizers like seaweed salad and traditional tempura as well as French fries with Japanese dipping sauces.
Address: 934 3rd Avenue (between 35th & 36th Streets), Sunset Park
Hours: Monday- Sunday 11 am- 7 pm
More info: their website.
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