Jan 17-23 Light salted salmon $4.98/lb Botan or Shirakiku rice 20 lbs. $6.98
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STORE LOCATIONS: Marukai membership stores: Gardena, Costa Mesa, West Covina Marukai membership/non-membership stores: Little Tokyo, Torrance, Pacific Market 98¢ Plus stores: Gardena, Cypress, Torrance, Fountain Valley Marukai San Diego Plaza non-membership: Open January 2008
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posted: Jan. 14, 2008 @ 8:04p
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posted: Jan. 14, 2008 @ 8:18p
Marukai rocks but they're not yet in Northern CA. =(
posted: Jan. 14, 2008 @ 8:31p
There's one coming soon in Cupertino, CA. But no firm opening date yet.
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 12:20a
Kind of like the Japanese Costco, we trek to the Gardena store from the valley every few months to replenish our supplies.
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 2:09a
Why the red guys?
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 2:40a
I wish I could find some store like that around here (ATL). Lucky for you S.Cal folks!
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 2:45a
I've never been to a Marukai, is it bigger than a Mitsuwa?
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 2:45a
Marukai has lots of intersting things... from vibrating chairs to magnetic cookers, but Buyer Beware on their perishable groceries. ALWAYS double check the expiration dates on any food items you buy at Marukai. Marukai is well known in the food industry for buying distressed inventory near or past its expiration date at fire sale prices. I love Fat Wallet and wouldn't want anyone to get sick from eating tainted food.
Madoka rice is awesome. Try rinsing it and you'll see it's MUCH cleaner than regular rice.
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 3:34a
Anyone know how much is membership?
posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 9:14a
If I remember correctly, you can get 1 day membership for $1, or you can pay $12 for a whole year. It used to be $1/month for those who doesn't shop there more than 12 times a year, but they've changed that to $1/day.
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posted: Jan. 15, 2008 @ 9:20a
Interesting, is this anything like a japanese version of costco? Just wondering, never been to one, or is it just a plain supermarket that likes to create exclusivity?
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