Premium Japanese Supermarket, MEIDI-YA, To Open Its Largest 2-storey Flagship Store at Millenia Walk
The new duplex outlet will have a first in Singapore 88-seater Japanese Concept Café and Bar, an authentic Japanese bakery from Kobe, and an international supermarket housing well-loved Japanese products and international brands.
Premium Japanese grocery store chain, MEIDI-YA, will be unveiling its largest 2-storey flagship store at Millenia Walk on 25 November 2020.
The newest outlet at Millenia Walk will be its biggest in Singapore at 24,000 square feet, and the two levels will be interconnected by a travellator for added convenience for its shoppers. Located on Level 1 is the bakery and food hall, while the Japanese-style supermarket is on Level 2. There is also a wine & liquor store on Level 1 located just opposite the duplex store that boasts an impressive selection of over 370 varieties of sake.
Upholding MEIDI-YA Japan’s mission of “More Than Just Freshness”, MEIDI-YA’s Singapore outlet at Millenia Walk is also dedicated to delivering a wide variety of fresh food imported directly from Japan, for an authentic Japanese supermarket shopping experience.
Fans of high-quality, authentic Japanese products can expect authentic Japanese food in its international supermarket, bakery, and food hall. This includes fresh Japanese fruits, vegetables, and meat, that is air flown directly from Japan thrice a week and shipped by sea once a week. To maintain high safety standards and regulations, MEIDI-YA ensures that all imported food undergoes regular checks by the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).
At MEIDI-YA Millenia Walk, shoppers can look forward to five interesting highlights which include the Japanese Concept Café & Bar, Hokkaido Dosanko Plaza, Gokoku Japanese Bakery, a Food Hall, and an International Supermarket.
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