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Tokyo Central (Marukai) - Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


Tokyo Central (Marukai) - Little Tokyo, Los Angeles | Japanese-City.com
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123 S Onizuka St Ste 105
Los Angeles, CA 90012
 
Map of Tokyo Central (Marukai) - Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, 123 S Onizuka St Ste 105, Los Angeles

Established in 1965, Marukai Corporation was the first international Japan-based retailer to offer a wholesale market and membership system. Since its early days, Marukai has experienced tremendous success and customer loyalty, which has helped it expand to multiple retail locations, including the launch of the Tokyo Central and Tokyo Central & Main branded stores.

Marukai's flagship “Marukai Forum” was opened in Gardena, California in 1996 and offers a wide-variety of imported goods, including food, health products, cosmetics, home furnishings, small appliances, electronics, stationery, clothing, kimono, pottery, and assorted sundries. With its 45,000 square feet, Marukai Forum is home to the largest selection of Japanese products in the United States. In 2013, Marukai joined the unique and wildly successful Don Quijote family of retailers.

By maximizing synergies, management resources, and business know-how, Marukai will continue to offer a truly pleasurable shopping experience and the safe, quality products its members have come to depend on. Marukai is excited about its continued success and new opportunities to provide an even wider selection of products to its customers.

Marukai knows that none of its success would have been possible without its loyal customers and remains deeply grateful to all of its customers for their loyalty and continued patronage.

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Tokyo Central (Marukai) is a Japanese supermarket located in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. It offers a variety of Asian foods and products imported directly from Japan, as well as freshly prepared food items like bento boxes and sushi. Tokyo Central has been serving the local community since 1975. They pride themselves on providing excellent customer service and quality foods at an affordable price. Tokyo Central is known for its selection of fresh, seasonal produce and its array of international specialty items, including Japanese candies, sake, beer and wine. They also have a large selection of kitchen wares like bowls and plates, cookware sets, teapots and chopsticks. The store also offers a range of Japanese products like kimonos, traditional toys and stationary. With its great selection of items, Tokyo Central is perfect for finding something special to take home as a gift or souvenir.Tokyo Central is a must-visit destination when in Little Tokyo. Whether you are looking for groceries, gifts or souvenirs, they have something to offer everyone. Stop by and check out the selection! They are sure to make your shopping experience a memorable one.

   

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