Japanese Grocery Shop in Perth 2015

Posted September 14th, 2015 in Japanese Stores in Perth, Perth WA 3 Comments »


There are few posts that I wrote about Japanese grocery shops in Perth, and they are getting very old!  So here is an update …



Fuji Mart in Subiaco
A new Japanese grocery shop.  Easy access from Woolworths car park (90minutes free parking)!

Shop 13-14, 29 Station Street, Subiaco WA 6008
Tel : (08) 6162 8608

Mon-Fri 9:30 ~ 18:00
Sat 9:00 ~ 17:00
Sun 11:00 ~ 17:00
Public holidays closed



Yee Seng Oriental Supermarket
They occasionally sell new Japanese items.  The shop is located in Hulm Court, surrounded by some nice shops including Sundays Everyday, Ohnamiya, Perth Kimuchi, and UTOPIA.

36 Hulme Ct, Myaree WA 6154
Tel : (08) 9330 9096

Mon-Sun 9:00 ~ 19:00


Lion Oriental

Lion Oriental Food Co.
They sells variety of Japanese liquor as well as grocery.

13 Fitzgerald Street, Northbridge Perth 6003

Tel: (08) 9228 9898


MCQ at Coventry Village
“Farmer Jacks” inside Coventry Village in Morley.  Some items are much cheaper than other shops, such as Koshihikari rice, konnyaku, furikake rice seasonings and nori seaweed.  They sell a variety of frozen food and this is where I buy all the ingredients for oden in winter!

243-253 Walter Road, Morley WA 6062



And, nowadays Coles and Woolworths sell Japanese items on international isle.  They normally stock up basic stuff only such as nori seaweed, sushi vinegar and Japanese curry roux,  but some store sell unique one e.g. QP wasabi mayonnaise!  And sometimes you find a bargain – few weeks ago at local Coles, I got a pack of Japanese panko for $2.  Now I’m thinking to make delicious katsu 🙂


3 Comments on “Japanese Grocery Shop in Perth 2015”

  1. 1 Tania @ The Cook's Pyjamas said at 12:26 pm on September 25th, 2015:

    Do you happen to know where I can buy unseasoned inari pockets? I found them at Nippon Foods but they were seasoned., and full of MSG which I avoid, so i thought it would be better to season some myself. Thanks.

  2. 2 umepontarou said at 9:13 pm on September 27th, 2015:

    Hi Tania,
    Absolutely! Inari pockets are deep-fried beancurd which is seasoned with sauces. You can simply purchase deep-fried beancurd from some Asian grocery stores (try Nippon Food, Farmer Jacks at Coventry Village, Fuji Mart, Yee Seng or Chang’s Brother in Myaree).
    Fried beancurd is rectangle shape, cut in half and you’ll have two beancurd pockets.
    Hope the info helps!

  3. 3 ms mary p said at 3:57 pm on November 22nd, 2015:

    Good news for lovers of Daiso type stores. Miyu Life Store has opened on Newcastle St, Northbridge. Everything is $2.80. Most of the grocery stores in the vicinity also stock Japanese groceries
    ms mary p


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