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London Japan Centre moves to bigger store

Date: 2009 September 29 16:03

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We've got news from the Japan Centre in London. They'll be moving the food shop from their Piccadilly Circus store to a brand new larger shop on Regent Street from Saturday 3rd October 2009.

The food hall will be greatly expanded with a Japanese Bakery, along with the launch of the umai brand.

The bookshop and home section will remain at their current Piccadilly location. The new shop will be at 14-16 Regent Street (SW1Y 4PH), near Mitsukoshi.

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Details as follows:

New Store Opening
Saturday 3rd October 2009 10am
food Shop Moving to - 14-16 Regent Street, SW1Y 4PH

Japan Centre is relocating to a brand new shop on Regent Street from Sat 3rd October 2009. We are also expanding our current range of delicious, authentic Japanese food to offer the best Japanese experience in London.

Bookshop & Home will remain at our current Piccadilly location.

Sushi / Souzai / Noodles / Bento / Desserts...
Fresh, authentic deli food handmade with traditional techniques.

The move to Regent Street will also coincide with the release of our new "umai" brad to offer great tasting sushi, bento, hot deli food and desserts. All the food created at Japan Centre is handmade by our expert chefs, offering you fresh food full of delicious ingredients.

Sushi Factory
New Sushi Deli shop
produced by Japan Centre

umai means 'great and delicious' in Japanese! We bring you lovingly handmade, fresh and very 'umai' Japanese food to eat at your pleasure!

Food / Sake / new Fresh bakery / new Fish & meat counter...
Our new food hall will focus on a greater rand of authentic Japanese food and drinks, as well as the best selection of Sake in London. With an update meat and fish counter and delicious handmade bread and desserts made right here in our bakery kitchen , you can be sure that Japan Centre will have the freshest ingredients available for you always.

Japan Centre
14-16 Regent Street
Mon-Sat 10:00 - 21:00, Sun 11:00 - 19:00
from Sat 3rd October 2009

Source: Japan Centre
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