Review Meidiya Supermarket, 177 River Valley Rd, Singapore

Review MeidiYa Supermarket - Singapore 177 River Valley Rd

“High quality products imported from Japan. Plenty if choices from grocery to fruit to meat and seafood. Pricy.” or “This supermarket sells Japanese and Korean food with great variety.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Meidiya Supermarket. Let’s read more of this article on to find out if Meidiya Supermarket is quality.

Introduction about Meidiya Supermarket

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Background Info

  • Phone: 63391111 (+65 63391111)
  • Website:
  • Address: 177 River Valley Rd, #B1-50 Shopping Centre, Liang Court, Singapore
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Detailed information of Meidiya Supermarket

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10 AM to 10 PM.


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Meidiya Supermarket reviews

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Is Meidiya Supermarket good?

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“Extensive and complete selection of Japanese ingredients available at a reasonable price. Gluten-free selection has improved as well, to include the German brand Schär.”

“High quality products imported from Japan. Plenty if choices from grocery to fruit to meat and seafood. Pricy.”

“It is one of my favorite Japanese supermarket which have very fresh sushi and all kinds of Japan products. Especially, Yamazaki bread is best for me. And there are many Japanese restaurant in same floor.”

“This supermarket sells Japanese and Korean food with great variety.”

“Have all types of sake and wine. Tuna and seafood look good too. …”

“Fresh sashimi, kobe beef and premium king crab from Hokkaido!”

“The place where you can find you favorite Japanese beer”

“Well-stocked Japanese supermarket. Good enough selection of fresh produce from Japan. As with all japanese supermarkets, they have festival/province/country fairs with good food and drinks booths.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 277 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.5 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 92% are positive reviews. has provided all the essential information about Meidiya Supermarket, including address, operating hours, phone number, and feedback from customers.

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Review Review Meidiya Supermarket, 177 River Valley Rd, Singapore

There is a total 277 reviews

4.5 / 5




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    Love the huge variety of Japanese food and snacks.

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    Obviously it is for the Japanese supermarkets opened by the local Japanese,
    Hiding in a mall building full of Japanese restaurants and shops,
    Supermarkets are full of imported goods.
    Especially Japanese imports are the bulk,
    The quality of fresh fruits and vegetables looks great,
    There is also Nakajima Seafood, so fresh sashimi is also sold.
    The target group is originally foreigners with higher income,
    Therefore, the price is not low is also a matter of course.
    The small space has a children’s sofa area and a screen to play cartoons.
    Pretty sweet.

    To be honest, it’s pretty good to go around.
    Tourists can still buy some instant noodles and snacks back to the restaurant to enjoy.

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    Leonnard Lee

    Feels like you are in Japan

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    Henry Tan

    The best venue to shop for premium Japanese groceries in Singapore!
    This elitist supermart caters for quality and fresh food items supported by courteous cashiers like Ms Ada Wong and her colleagues who care more than their counterparts in Cold Storage and NTUC Fairprice Finest stores as experienced since decades!
    What is more: the toilets are amongst the cleanest and well-maintained in our City State.

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    Best Japanese supermarket in Singapore!

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    Harukate 203

    Choke full of japanese household and ready to eat food items.

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    Seowwei Yeo

    Good varieties and freshness of Japanese food

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    There are a lot of things and it’s fresh, but it’s a pity that it’s open until March.

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    Clifford Goh

    Great selection of Japanese food and produce. Also has fresh food

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    jerry loi

    Great selection of quality curated japanese products. My go to supermarket when I am cooking Japanese food as it will have everything.

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    Lim Rebecca

    Mostly Japanese products. Quite pricey. Like the selection of frozen products from Japan.

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    Jesus is Lord

    Good ingredients

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    Loh Mui

    all the items are for Japanese people because they are all from Japan and air flow to Singapore that it cost quite expensive, I give three stars because of the toilet if they keep the toilet clean a bit I will give four stars

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    Damarhafni Rahmannabel Nadim Pramono

    Good place full with japan stuff, restaurant and cakes …

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    Alicia Ng

    Alot of choices…. and some unique flavours that can’t be found in any normal supermarker

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    Piet Cha

    good sampling available

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    Serene Gan

    Good place to buy fresh sashimi, at reasonable price.

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    Angela K

    Excellent Japanese supermarket with great customer service.

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    Lydia Koh

    Favourite place to get Japanese Stuff

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    Freddy Hartono

    Best place to get your meat fixes or japanese instant ramens

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    K T Lim

    Excellent collection of Kani and Waygu.

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    Emilia Kyung Jin

    Nice selection of Japanese groceries. They got all things from all countries…

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    Lawrence Ng

    Starting to feel its age. The drawdown prior to moving out makes it increasingly an unattractive place to shop.

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    ian C

    You can get “almost” all Japanese grocery items here. They have seasonal items and fairs as well from time to time.

    Some items which they carry may be slightly pricer than Don Don Donkey, so best to do some research work before making any purchases

    Do check out their little food court.

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    Samantha Kennett-Ny

    Such a great selection of Japanese foods, from breads to fresh sushi and tofu to fruit important from Japan! It can be expensive but the sushi is cheap and great for dinner.

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    Sverre Christian Stoltz

    One of the best in Singapore! A must for South Asian & Japanese food

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    Cyril Lee

    It was good

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    Ng May Ee

    Like to go there when there’s food show from Japan. Some specialty foods. Most of the things sold are more expensive than dondondonki. But some specials be found there. Sushi is also very fresh.

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    M S

    Supermarket with mostly imported stuffs from Japan

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    Of course, the price is quite high, but it is safe. There is a taxi stand so getting around is no problem.

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    Thomas Tan

    I have known Meidiya since their days in Stanley street.
    Ever since they took over from Daimaru,
    They have serve the Japanese as well as the local community with exquisite and extraordinary quality products from Japan.
    I enjoy my shopping moments at This fine
    SUPERB market that NEVER fail me not
    Only with products but throughout the world.
    And of course, with their periodically surprises of promotions of new and different
    Food products, it NEVER fail to excite my family. Their monthly brochures and bulletin that introduces more promotions are always well received.
    Though with intense competitions coming from A major discount set up.
    I still shop at Mediya as they have an edge in their Quality products and new introductries
    Of promotional surprises.
    Plus, I do enjoy their friendly staffs and customer’s service. AND their reasonably priced food set up keep me yummy tummy
    Happy after a day of shopping.
    Keep up the good WORKs.

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    Hai Wei Ng (MrHaiwei)

    The best place in Singapore to get Japanese stuff!

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    Charlie Phua

    Good selection of Japanese groceries and food.

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    Coffeebud Hong

    Groceries from Japan and price range not expensive, quality also good

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    La Madame NomNom

    Fresh imported products from Japan. Love this supermarket to the max. You can find many items which you normally dont see in local supermarkets. Some fruits and seafood can be very expensive so pick wisely otherwise it’s a heaven for supermarket lovers. There’s also restaurants there. Look out for events whereby sometimes they bring in cookies, snacks and stuff which you can only get from certain part of Japan e.g Shiroi Koibito 白色恋人 from Hokkaido and seasonal mandarins..

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    kazu kazu

    If you want high-quality Japanese vegetables and fruits, Meijiya is expensive.

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    Annie Voo

    Various choices of japanese products. Great supermarket to shop!

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    M S

    They have a great selection, but the prices are a bit surprising.
    Having a delivery service is very convenient.

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    Asif Iqbal

    Expensive AF. A capsicum costs $7 bucks!

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    Mak Winnie

    Able to get many Japanese titbits as well as bentos, sushi etc.

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    Nancy Jiao

    The place where you can find you favorite Japanese beer

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    K Eyth

    Extensive and complete selection of Japanese ingredients available at a reasonable price. Gluten-free selection has improved as well, to include the German brand Schär.

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    GK Soh

    After decades, this supermarket remains a gem for fresh, great quality foodstuff, great ambience, excellent service

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    Marco Vismara

    Wonderful Japanese food

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    Lately, Donki has been losing out on the cheapness of its products, but I think they still have the edge in terms of product lineup. In particular, the natto product lineup is overwhelming and you can choose from more than 10 types.

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    Yoichiro Umetsu

    If you want to get Japanese ingredients in Singapore, this is the place. luxury supermarket.

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    David Hunt

    I love this store. I get lots of Japanese nibbles here and nice matcha green tea.

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    Yeo Tah Keow

    Japanese supermarket. Foods stuff mostly came from Japan, S
    so quality is somehow ensured. I like to buy those household accessories from there as many cannot be bought from other local supermarket.

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    Masaaki Moriyama

    The same product lineup as in Japan Basically anything is available. We have renewed!

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    Jun Xiang Lau

    Basically a Japanese Supermarket!

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    Lee Wei Lynn

    High quality ingredients available from not only japan. Must go to the fresh food section

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    Shaofan Mu

    Going to buy fresh meat, the service attitude is very good, the introduction is patiently explained, and the meat quality is good. Supermarkets are suitable for middle and high consumers.

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    Hito chua

    Renovated and looks nicer

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    Hiroshi Takahashi

    After all, it is more solid than the bargain shop that was made recently. Tofu is especially delicious.

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    This supermarket has been here for a long time. It is THE place to get all things Japanese food. Such a shame it will be closing down on March but don’t worry,the recently opened another outlet in Great World City

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    현한수 (Hansoo Hyun)

    It is one of my favorite Japanese supermarket which have very fresh sushi and all kinds of Japan products. Especially, Yamazaki bread is best for me.
    And there are many Japanese restaurant in same floor.

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    Karen Lin

    Super Japanese supermarkets will have cooked food or sushi specials in the evening. There are many kinds of biscuits, and the prices are on the high side.

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    meng low

    Prices are a little more expensive than donquijote but meidi ya has wider range of Japanese groceries. Produce is fresh and of good quality. You can find most of what you need there if you cook Japanese cuisines.

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    Spade Romanova

    My best shop. The freshest, most delicious and beautiful products. Too bad there is only one store in Singapore.

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    Edward Lee

    good place

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    TiakLeong Chng

    Lots of Japanese products.

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    Anthony Ng

    One get good Japanese food and produce here and this is one supermarket that keep upgrading and changing their layout go for the fresh tofu products made in store

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    Zen T

    Fantastic range of Japanese products

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    si chiang Han

    Ideal place for Japanese to do their daily shopping but at a slightly higher price than isetan.

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    Adrian Lim

    Lots of Japanese stuff to buy

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    Suely CM

    Great place to get fresh soba and udon noodles from Hokkaido. The restaurant serves excellent sushi. You can get specialty items that are not available elsewhere. Interesting place to waste a Sunday afternoon.

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    Charlene Pay

    Fresh sashimi, kobe beef and premium king crab from Hokkaido!

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    Pohboon Yeo

    Make me hungry

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    Choy L Tang

    Love their melon ice-cream from Hokkaido. $5 each, rich with melon favor. They always has some discount on food near expires or just expired.

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    Most comprehensive Japanese products

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    Benjamin Millar

    Awesome Japanese supermarket in Liang Court. We stayed in Somerset Liang Court so it was in the same building and dead handy. The supermarket itself is quite large and has a huge variety of japanese and generic groceries as well as meat & deli counters, a pharmacy/chemist, a laundry service, photo service, dedicated sushi & sashimi counters, a bento counter, and a Yamazaki bakery. To top it off there is a small area with cushions in the middle with a TV playing japanese cartoons to occupy kids while the parents do the shopping. The sushi & sashimi start getting discounted some time after 6pm so if you can wait you can score some fresh tasty sushi for cheap.

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    Bucky Ng

    Various of japanese goods and food can be found here

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    Maveric Chia

    Wide range of Japanese cooking products.

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    Lim Hock Chuan

    great food products selection, all kinds of food testing during weekends

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    FMJ S

    Excellent selection of goods from Japan. Frequently hosts fairs focused on regions of Japan.

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    Well stocked supermarket with everything you need. Expensive, like everything in Singapore.

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    Many Japanese ingredients are handled. It’s not cheap, but if you want to buy rice, this is the place…

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    Tracy Ye

    Meidi-ya just revamped:
    Pharmacy, alcohol, deli, seafood section has a brighter new look.

    This supermarket carries mostly a large variety of japanese products, and Also UK products.
    Look at the cereal, biscuits and dairy section.
    You can find Guinness flavoured potato chips to quince jams to in-house made soya bean products (worth getting).

    It will be on the pricier side as majority are imported.

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    Fiona Ng

    Good place to get fresh japanese beef and othere japanese products

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    Toh Pei Qi

    Love the variety of choices at the super market.

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    Benhur Sebastian

    Well stocked supermarket, with quality products, and knowledgeable staff. And the Hokkaido ice cream is yummilicious !!!

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    Vivian How

    love this supermarket. it carries many unique items from oversea. always enjoy shopping here. its a pity that they are closing down in March 2020

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    It’s a Japanese supermarket. Pork jerky is cheap and delicious. Individually packaged

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    Nathan Campbell

    Pretty much feels like you’re in a Japanese supermarket in Japan. These guys even fly in fresh produce weekly from Japan! Quite expensive though. But they have pretty much everything you would find in a Japanese supermarket. Even $20 peaches!

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    Eddie Tan

    Japanese supermarket with loads of local fruits, pastries and food stuff from Japan

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    Gregor H

    Giant gourmet market to get your Japanese (and other) food fix: Yona Yona ale, koshihikari rice from Uonuma in Niigata, 20 kinds of miso, grilled tofu, shirataki, konnyaku etc etc. Of course you pay for the privilege, but it sure beats flying to Tokyo! Careful: long lines on weekends.

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    Brandon Lee

    Amazing Soba place right at the front of meidi ya supermarket. V fresh fish.

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    Kevin Yuan (keviny)

    One of my favourite Japanese supermarket. It has literally everything you need

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    Sebastian Schäfer

    Best Japanese supermarket in town, great selection. Check out the sushi!

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    LM Lim

    Come here for specific Japanese food

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    Raphael Leong

    Excellent place for Japanese food

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    Kehuat Tan

    Very nice environment. Many varieties of japanese & local products.

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    Jason Koh

    This supermarket sells Japanese and Korean food with great variety.

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    Franck Dibouës

    A good japanese supermarket. The sushis are fresh and not expensive !

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    SC SC

    Best supermarket to shop for Japanese groceries.

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    Jeditrainer 48

    Very big and has alot of snacks from japan

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    The only place which truly carries unique products from Japan in Singapore.

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    Peifeng Qiu

    Good place to buy Japanese Kobe beef and Japan groceries.

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    Lis Chan

    Long ago used to this area that we called Daimaru…now change and visited the supermarket >> Meidi-ya, most of the Japanese foods there. e small restourant at this floor also yummy..worth to visit. …

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    My favorite supermarket in Singapore.
    Offer a wide variety of Japanese fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, condiments, and groceries.
    Sushi and sashimi is high quality at a reasonable price, especially after 7pm!

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    Elena Steblyanko

    Great supermarket! A paradise for lovers of Japanese products that have brought to Singapore! Especially those who follow the fashion, but have never tried the original in their lives. It is noteworthy that real Japanese make sushi and sashimi! great choice! unfortunately, for those who do not know about it place, it will be difficult to find on Google. I accidentally found out from the Japanese living in Singapore. I love Meidi-Ya! There are also Japanese restaurants on the floors of the shopping center where the market is located, I recommend it.

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    Kyo Tho

    If you are looking for authentic Japanese fruits and vegetables, this is the right place. Alternative to Don Don Donki

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    Peter Hunter

    Very good for everything the bread is the best in Singapore

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    Zhen Wei Ang

    Excellent place to shop for Japanese rice

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    Eddie ong

    More for foreigners

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    Rena Z

    Best supermarket for all thing Japanese. A little costly but you can find a lot of Japanese products here.

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    Éva Gál

    Very wide selection of fresh produce. Super sushi spread, but u need to go deeper in your pocket.

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    Desmond Ang

    Japanese super market

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    Yoshiaki K.

    Always shop for Japanese ingredients here. If you become a member, you will receive free home delivery on the same day with purchases of $70 or more.

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    Two Hills

    Quality products … Not crowded on weekdays nice environment to shop grocery.

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    LT LAI

    Nice place. New items not seen in other Singapore supermarket.

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    Clarence Fernandez

    Terrible drag getting cabs at this place. Hoof it or get your own wheels.

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    Freddie Low

    Decent range of Japanese products for the cook interested to cook Japanese.

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    Henry Tang

    Japanese supermarket selling all things Japanese (imported), even the tofu is imported!

    Highly recommended if you want to try something different than Cold Storage

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    John Kwok

    Wide range of Japanese food

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    Peter Kakulas

    Great supermarket …a wide range of products from all over the world

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    S. Seow

    Good quality Japanese supermarket with impressive range of Japanese groceries. The fruits, meats and Sushi & Sashimi sections are a treat!

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    Albert Su

    Its really a huge japanese supermart that sells both local and japan imported items

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    I-Lun Tseng

    The supermarket had many high-quality fresh produce from Japan, although the prices were high.

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    Satria Bayu Sejati

    Calpis is a famous Japanese yogurt beverage, often packaged in ready-to-drink cans or bottled concentrate for those who want to mix their own drinks at home.

    Asahi produces Calpis-flavoured tablets, for those who prefer to chew and suck on the pocket-friendly candy version of this popular drink instead.

    Meidi-Ya Supermarket: 177 River Valley Road, #B1-50 Liang Court, Singapore 179030 | Opening Hours: Daily 10:00am – 10:00pm | Tel: 6339 1111 | Website

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    Yian chng

    Amazing place to get Japanese food or even just for a walk around. There are amazing sushi from the sushi bar in mediya and some simple food stalls near the cashiers with authentic Japanese food available.

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    Tan HELEN


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    Helen Kuek

    Nice Katsu Done

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    Moto Kicker

    All kinds of Japanese ingredients are available!
    There are always various free papers in the free paper corner at the entrance.

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    Steven lim

    Very nice place

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    Leena Prakash

    It’s the best super market in Singapore

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    andy CHIA

    I’m looking forward to their new outlet at Great World City. River Valley is famous for Japanese expatriates.

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    Sally Loh

    I like there supermarket, there things are fresh.

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    James Lau

    Fresh and good deal.

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    phillip chai

    Good place to pick up Japanese produce

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    chan weng fei

    This supermarket offer a range of Japanese made products. Be prepared to pay more. Some may be much much more than you expect.

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    Marie Gabriélle

    The best supermarket in Singapore. You can find anything and everything. Lots of gluten free options and breads, not overly priced.

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    Koichi Asaami

    I am grateful that Japanese ingredients are available
    Singapore is cheaper than Malaysia so I’m happy

    Be careful with the tofu here
    there is sour
    If you eat it, you will definitely lose your stomach

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    Narain Chutijirawong

    Many Japanese stuff

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    Chris O'Loughlin

    A wide selection of groceries with a good Japanese and USA based variety of fresh items, but unfortunately this is the most expensive supermarket I’ve ever visited- and I’ve been to plenty in many different countries. Checkout was exceptionally slow. Try elsewhere if you’re looking for lower prices.

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    My favorite supermarket in Singapore.
    Offer a wide variety of Japanese fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, condiments, and groceries.
    Sushi and sashimi is high quality at a reasonable price, especially after 7pm!

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    Millie Tan

    Whatever we saw in Japan… We found it! …

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    Swee Yew Goh

    A little expensive here, good range of grocery can be found here.

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    Eddy Ng

    Lots of good stuffs.

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    Michael ANG

    Have all types of sake and wine. Tuna and seafood look good too. …

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    Thomas Herman

    Great Japanese products, but expensive.

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    Christopher Wong

    Wide-selection Japanese supermarket in Singapore. Prices tend to be on the high side though.

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    Netty Fong

    good jap supermarket

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    Mina Marta

    Meidi-ya is one of the Japanese market in singapore….its locate at liangcourt….meidiya provided very very fresh seafood directly from Hokkaido japan….its famouse n its has unique cleanliness too….with their reasonable price too for sure….

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    Sean Chen

    Quality supermarket

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    Cannot get shiroi koibito at Meidi-Ya !

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    T EA

    Best Japanese supermarket in Singapore. Groceries is probably more expensive here than other supermarkets. The supermarket sushi and sashimi selection is probably the best too.

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    Fei Fei Chiam

    Japanese supermarket. Periodically there are Japanese fairs. Upscale supermarket. .

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    the muk

    Place to get unique Japanese products

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    Kelvin K

    Good selection of japanese stuff before don don donki started in spore

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    S K

    Great, broad assortment of Japanese branded, style foods, alcohol, samples, fish, meat, sushi

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    David Lai

    Lots of imported products but wow this is the most expensive supermarket I have ever been to!

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    Vanessa Vincent

    Best fresh soy milk and tofu in Singapore can be bought from here.

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    Alvin Yeo

    Japanese super market with plenty of food stuffs and even Japanese restaurants

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    Cros Chum

    Very orderly, clean and fresh.

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    It is a wonderful supermarket with all kinds of Japanese ingredients in the basement of Liang Court.

    You can arrive in less than an hour by taxi from Singapore Changi Airport.

    The price is high, but I am grateful for the thorough service, such as putting ice packs and packing it so that I can take it home.

    The quality of not only preserved food but also fresh food is outstanding.
    We have everything from Japanese black beef slices to black for steaks.

    In season, even eels from Shimanto are displayed at the storefront.
    There is no doubt that you will forget that you are abroad and will be immersed in shopping for ingredients.

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    T I

    If you’re looking for fresh food and Japanese quality, this is the place.
    Since the price is high, it is necessary to use properly with Donki except for food.

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    steven lim

    We love this supermarket, which also has some eateries in the compound. You can get lovely bread and pastries from Yamazaki, as well as good quality fruits from Japan, but at a price. The seafood and sushi are fresh, and they also have a wide range of Japanese cheeses and ice cream.

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    Jace Ng

    The food are fresh and special. Will come back and shop again

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    High quality products imported from Japan. Plenty if choices from grocery to fruit to meat and seafood. Pricy.

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    Patrick Tan

    Good japanese stuff. Good sashimi, sushi, etc…

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    Hariharan Ranganathan

    Just OK

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    Benjamin Millar

    Awesome Japanese supermarket in Liang Court. We stayed in Somerset Liang Court so it was in the same building and dead handy. The supermarket itself is quite large and has a huge variety of japanese and generic groceries as well as meat & deli counters, a pharmacy/chemist, a laundry service, photo service, dedicated sushi & sashimi counters, a bento counter, and a Yamazaki bakery. To top it off there is a small area with cushions in the middle with a TV playing japanese cartoons to occupy kids while the parents do the shopping. The sushi & sashimi start getting discounted some time after 6pm so if you can wait you can score some fresh tasty sushi for cheap.

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    Probably the best supermarket in the island very friendly and helpful staffs , launch varieties of imported ingredients, fresh and will organized. Highly recommend. …

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    All Japanese groceries are gathered here. It’s not bad.

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    Jian-Lin Lee

    Well-stocked Japanese supermarket. Good enough selection of fresh produce from Japan. As with all japanese supermarkets, they have festival/province/country fairs with good food and drinks booths.

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    Alvin Seah

    Good range of Japanese foodstuff

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    Mun Chong

    The only place I know that provides free ice packs for sushi n sashimi; just about the freshest sushi n sashimi islandwide
    Now just beside Fort Canning MRT
    Another corner has the best Milk Pan, a bun with milk custard filling
    One of our favourite weekend haunts when we need to get our wasabi fix

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    Great Japanese supermarket! They have really good and fresh salmon sashimi and many sushi. Wide varieties of matcha/green tea, instant noodles, fruits, and foods. There are food fair around often too.

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    Phillip Phan

    Freshest of food with prices to match 😉

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    Jason Lee

    Amazing selection of food and snacks

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    William Soh

    Can find most of Japanese products but more expensive than Japan

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    CH Low

    Good Japanese goods

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    W W

    Good selection of Japanese groceries

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    Ara Garabedian

    Great place to shop and eat. The range of sushi is great.

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    Stephanie Chan

    Lots of products import from Japan, quite complete! Very spacious, can stroll around easily with our huge buggy. Always enjoy shopping here.

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    Namdev Sachathep

    It’s like you’re in Japan!

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    Kit Peng Ng

    Feel happy shopping there. I like the wide range of available products.

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    Albert Yeo

    Excellent range of Japanese products.

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    Ciprian Radu

    You can find everything you need. Some are a bit expensive but what isn’t expensive in Singapore.

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    Aurelius Yeo

    The place to get Japanese groceries. They have a small range of Korean groceries too.

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    Flik Cof

    best place to get some decent shabu shabu beef

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    Ask Me Anything In Singapore

    Love the whole area. Food to walking around

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    Lainey K.

    Got most of Japanese stuff you need especially fruits. Easy to find as well. Cashiers are super nice

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    Ben Ong

    Ms Chan a great Staff, helping me pack this Gifts, Cheers!!!

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    Vic Phan

    Good selection of meats

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    Tan One

    So much food, the staff are great, lots of variety, great prices. Definitely recommend.

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    Ari sa

    Quality of products are quite good. Though average price is high, it worth to pay, maybe. There are variety of fresh fruits, veg, meat, rice, noodle, bread, sweets, drink, alcohol and household supplies. One more thing I’d like to add is they have Japanese free magazines besides the register. It’s useful and full of promotion information.

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    Thomas White

    The melons were only $118 each this week? Suuuugooooiiii

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    Love this Meidi-ya here. I am able to find Japan products that couldn’t be found from normal Super market.

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    Although they are closing by end of mar 2020, they are still in Singapore!
    Their new location is Great World City, Basement 2. The info is available on their Singapore Website.

    Meidi-Ya is a Japanese supermarket that carries an impressive variety of Japanese grocery items. their ready to eat sushi section at the corner of the store is popular with the crowds. If you are in the area around 7-8pm onwards, you might chanced upon a bargain item.

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    Miyu Ishi

    I go there regularly because they have a good selection of dry and processed foods, and the thinly sliced ​​pork from Canada is affordable and delicious. Fruits that are not made in Japan are cheap and delicious.

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    Hoonseok Chung

    One of the best supermarket and food court chosen by Japanese. The sushi restaurant is the best.

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    Linda Liu

    This supermarket is definitely one if my favourites as it is conveniently linked to Fort Canning MRT. It has lots of fresh sashimi and sushi and the market is well stocked with lots of fresh produce. Just be forewarned that the fruits and vegetables are not priced cheaply but of course the quality is very good! Overall, if you need to stock up on Japanese ingredients and you like seafood and fish, this is the place.

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    B,L&D B,L&D

    The best place for Japanese goods

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    Dennis N

    Excellent place to slowly browse the insane range of Japanese and specially imported products.

    The sashimi bought here is value for money and extremely fresh! $20 for a small platter and $40 for the large platter. (Both are amazing)

    Don’t forget to pick up the gold award chicken karage here! Even when eaten cold, it is still very juicy and flavourful with a tasty bottle of soy sauce to go with it. For sure I am hooked.

    A wonderful place for sashimi and shopping.
    Will be back soon!

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    Angeline Ng

    Convenience location n FD are very fresh! Worth the value!

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    Kenny Yao

    It is a nice place to having Japanese goods

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    Good place to shop for anything Japanese or exotic foods that you can’t find elsewhere in NTUC and Cold Storage

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    Christina Michele Rios

    This is my go-to grocery store for sushi and sake nights at home. Super fresh, incredible value for money and really gorgeous presentation too.

    Sake section is on point too and the woman running it is a proper sake sommelier.

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    Isabelle S

    Great selection of fresh sashimi

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    Aniello Cellini

    Great choice of stuff from all around world, I use to go there at least once per month to replenish our pantry.

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    Even though the prices are high, the quality of their produce is incredibly fresh, especially since it’s imported from Japan and various other places. However their sushi and sashimi are very good value and generously portioned.

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    David Ang

    Love shopping here especially the wide range of japanese goods

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    Karen Goh

    Good Japanese food

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    Selena Leung

    One of the best super market in sg. One stop place to get all things Japanese

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    Alex Foong

    Superb variety of Japanese goods. Disclaimer is that you one must be a jap fanatic to appreciate it.

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    Isetan or Takashimaya is way better than Meidi-Ya as they offer more choices

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    E T

    A perfect example of a Japanese supermarket. I’m glad it exists in Singapore.

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    Gerald Teh

    The best place to get your supply of Japanese groceries in SG.

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    A Shiny

    best place for shopping

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    June Y

    it’s a bit expensive
    There are many Japanese foods to eat.

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    Tay Jason

    Great place to find Japanese produce.

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    Yu Ong

    A lot of Japanese stuff and the seafood and fruits are very fresh but the prices are expensive.

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    Casia Chew

    I go to Liang Court for the sole purpose of having melon soft serve while watching Doraemon

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    Nicole Farmilo

    Expensive but good variety, especially for Japanese food and ingredients

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    matthew tan

    Good quality food but really really expensive price there

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    Kelvin Law

    Lovely Jap supermarket for all produce and groceries Japanese.

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    Jeremy Ho

    Good selection of Japanese products and also one of the best place to buy ready sliced Shabu Shabu meats, period.

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    Peggy Tanaka

    Loved this place to buy all the Japanese food items. Wide range at reasonable prices. bento boxes, sushi, sashimi etc
    Love the on the spot making of tofu freshly done with soya bean drink. There are 2 outlets selling sashimi etc
    Overall it has the best range of Japanese products
    Nearby the eating outlets are also selling Japanese food

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    laoren teo

    Anything u want to find from Jap can be found here.

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    Patrick Neo

    Great do Japanese products.

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    BellyJay 88

    My forever favorite place to go that has anything to do with Japanese!! Sushi!, curry rice, bread, omu rice.. Literally can spend hours looking at the endless list of things that Japan has to offer! Neatly organized..!! Japanese is all about details!! ️

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    JM DPY

    Japanese supermarket. Really great if you want, one evening, to eat excellent sushi at a very modest price.

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    We handle a lot of Japanese ingredients.
    A great store for those who live in Singapore.

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    Michael Eng

    Great meal
    At a very reasonable price

    I got chicken teriyaki at $5 sg
    Kind staff.
    Good customer service

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    Kel Liew

    One of the best Japanese supermaket in Singapore! Hygiene is their top priority, no wet floors, they even display the items nicely and in order (unlike other supermarkets). Friendly staffs too! 5mins walk from the nearest Fort Canning MRT (Blue line)

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    Leander Yohanes

    Best supermarket in Singapore for Japanese products.

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    Dean Aw

    Wonderful products and services

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    Eric Yam

    Fans of Japanese food, fruits, alcohol and items should definitely go!

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    Angelina Smith

    Excellent. The quality of food is so much better than Donki’s.

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    Dai K

    Japanese style grocery shop. You can buy almost everything sold in Japan.

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    Jane N

    Love this supermarket. They have all sorts of foodstuff from Japan, including seasonal treats. They also sell a great range of Pukka tea.

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    Thow Min Jerald Cham

    Large selection of Japanese goodies, wide open aisles, very comfortable shopping experience.

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    Great Environment

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    S Ambers

    Clean and large store, with a decent choices of Japanese bentos.

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    Xiaoming Gong

    A complete collection of Japanese products! good environment! It’s just that things are a bit more expensive!

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    Travis Scavone

    Best super market in the area. Very good selection of meats and fish.

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    Alpha Ong

    Has one of the well stock fruits, vegetables, seafood, meats and other Japanese products.

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    Ted K

    I think it’s the best selection of Japanese food in Singapore. Located in the basement of Liancourt, Japanese customers come to shop from nearby Robertson Quay.

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    Andrew Sin

    The place is big, the line is comfortable, and the goods are many and neat

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    Lim Teik Kai

    supermarket with Doraemon cartoon !!

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    Haeeun Lee

    Prices are being beaten by Don don donki for most of items so I don’t see any reasons to come back to Meidi ya. Too overpriced…. but if you go after 8pm, 50% discount applies to daily foods and deli menu such as sushi. In other words, before the discount, they are not woryh the price…

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    Last day of business on Tuesday, 31 March 2020.

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    I bought it cheap because it was on sale, but check the condition before buying. The taste was not good.

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    Jessica Song

    Japanese supermarket with great selections of veggies, meat and seafood. You can also find some Korean food items though limited.

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    Pascal Wijler

    International supermarket

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    Melanie Ho

    Love the Japanese and meat selection.

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    Ka Y Th

    Lve this place! Check out the bubbly section, the gourmet tea selection, the sashimi promos @ EoD & the value-for-$ bistros like yayoi (go for the hitsumabushi unagi ) …

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    Michelle Lee

    Fresh and affordable products

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    Mengkuang Han

    Lot of groceries made in Japan but closing in March n moving to another location

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    Wesmi Alkhazal

    Has lots of japanese based products there that are readily available to you at a reasonable cost.

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    Rachel L

    Whole range of Japanese food. Beef is very fresh.

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    I was surprised to see fish for sashimi on sale. The price is a little high, but it might be better than the supermarkets in Japan. When I went there, there were more Korean and Chinese people than Japanese people.

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    Daryl Chia

    Best sashimi and wagyu you’ll find in a supermarket in Singapore

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    Zachary Chua

    Located in the basement of Liang Court, this Japanese supermarket is huge and stocked full of goodies directly imported from Japan. Definitely do not miss out on it when you visit Liang Court. The stuff they sell here can be a little pricey but they do sell some items exclusive to the supermarket (i.e. you can’t find them anywhere else in Singapore). All in all, it’s a nice place to visit if you’re looking for Japanese groceries, snacks, drinks etc..

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    Phyll Y.

    Meidi-ya is heaven-sent for lovers of Japanese products, but the chocolate section should really be expanded. Sadly, no sight of Meiji The Chocolate bars being in stock, and have been resorting to buying those from The Market Place.

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    C 12

    Enjoy shopping here for the upmarket Japanese food and products. Also the exciting food fairs all year round, like this one in Aug 2015.

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    xambazor okie

    Very nice and food are fresh

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    Great variety from Japan USA …

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    Ethan Low

    The super market sells very expensive stuff. But the quality is very good especially the sushi..its so fresh and imported from japan.

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    Mr. Afineday

    Japanese supermarket. Plenty of choices, fresh food ingredients, and very nice staff!

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    Pamela Loke

    Good selection of Japanese groceries. Pricey

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    S W

    They have the finest selection, if price is not your concern you will love it.

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    CC Teo

    You can find loads of Japanese produce and household products here. Drop by for fresh sushi bentos for reasonable price.

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    kamisah Pang

    If you want Japanese products, this is the place to go. They hv seasonal fruits, seafood, meat n Japanese cooking utensils fr Japan. Price wise – more expensive than Don Donki. Sometimes they do hv Japanese fair n u can try the products before u buy.

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    Great selection of ready to eat food at prices much economical than dining at Japanese restaurant yet equally authentic!

    Bought a box of 6 LARGE pieces of Chicken Karrage (apparently award winning) for $10 and it’s absolutely amazing!!!!! The chicken was juicy and delicious! It wasn’t overly salty and was perfect for sharing!

    We also bought a $10 tamago and the Japanese staff kindly cut it up for us to dine at the seating area ahead of the payment counters!

    Yummy bentos and sushi can also be picked up here!

    I’ve got no photos coz we dug into the food without waiting and everything was so good! Kani croquette, ebi croquette, kani with sea urchin and ikura bento!!

    We will be back for another picnic!!

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    jen teo

    Has what I want. Clean environment.

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    It was a great selection of items for Japanese people, and it was very useful. Better cost performance than the Japanese department store in Orchard.

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    Stephanie G

    Meidi ya has the friendliest fishmonger in town!

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    CR Ong

    Had dinner at one of the food stall. The food was good.

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    Suely CM

    Great place to get fresh soba and udon noodles from Hokkaido. The restaurant serves excellent sushi. You can get specialty items that are not available elsewhere. Interesting place to waste a Sunday afternoon.

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    HP Tay

    Great selection of Japanese groceries.

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    Rafael Castro

    It has most things that you would need on vacation.

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    Excellent place in SG to get Japanese groceries. Wide variety of vegetables and meats from Japan. Especially good for getting pork for shabu shabu.

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    Jimmy Yap

    One of the best places to shop for Japanese products.

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