Sunrise Mart

East Village, ニューヨーク
  • infusia
    "green tea (緑茶) and snack food."(3 つの Tips)
    Ming P.
    "Take-to-go bento boxes (弁当)"(7 つの Tips)
    "The best kimchi (キムチ) is made and sold here."(2 つの Tips)
    Omnominated O.
    "Great Japanese grocery store (食料品) with awesome selection."(5 つの Tips)
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  • Jean-Marc B.
    This place rules! Japan away from Japan!
  • Michelle W.
    Their selection of Japanese sweets rivals the local bakeries
  • Siobhán
    Siobhán1月 23
    Love browsing what they have and indulging in treats for myself.
  • Nikki
    Nikki12月 4, 2016
    for all your dried fish, sesame oil, and cat-face saucer needs
  • Morgan W.
    Morgan Wang10月 24, 2016
    The best spot for Japanese groceries. The produce here is really fresh.
  • Marisa L.
    Marisa Levi7月 20, 2016
    What a great Japanese market. Favorite? Dessert selection and to-go food.
  • Jack C.
    Jack Curry7月 7, 2016
    Tons of Japanese beverages
  • Omnominated O.
    Great Japanese grocery store with awesome selection. Good prepared food too
  • Matty C.
    Matty Cito4月 6, 2016
    Whatchu need ? Get into he elevator and rise up for it
  • Luc D.
    Luc Doan4月 4, 2016
    Small set up but sunrise will have your Japanese necessities.
  • Veronica S.
    Veronica Sanchez3月 23, 2016
    They have really cute tea pots here!
  • Zack K.
    Zack Kantor3月 8, 2016
    cheap sushi-grade fish is 🔥
  • Karissa D.
    Karissa Durler2月 22, 2016
    Wonderful Japanese grocery store. Take the creepy elevator up to the second floor. So many snacks, so much matcha... they have everything!
  • Luc D.
    Luc Doan1月 31, 2016
    All things Japanese food related.
  • Caroline
    Caroline1月 21, 2016
    Come here for anything Japanese you can't find elsewhere. I was looking for quality matcha and found more than I could've imagined, along now with the hidden tea set and tools section in the back.
  • Phil N.
    Phil Nom1月 1, 2016
    It's like being teleported in Tokyo, complete with old man driving the elevator
  • Nate B.
    Nate Beatty11月 8, 2015
    Great ingredients I have trouble finding elsewhere. Selection of fresh and inexpensive produce too
  • Julius T.
    Julius Tarng11月 7, 2015
    Grab a bento real fast
  • Viajante
    Viajante10月 12, 2015
    O local é apertado e pode inclusive passar desapercebido se você não olhar para cima ao passar em frente.Possui uma grande seleção de produtos japoneses mas achei os bentos com uma cara nada atraente.
  • Becca M.
    Becca McArthur4月 15, 2015
    Stocks Hawaiian Sun guava juice for $1.15—makes you feel like you're in Hawaii!
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi U3月 5, 2015
    I believe this is the biggest Japanese supermarket in Manhattan. They have everything from food to household items.
  • Lorenzo S.
    Lorenzo Santos2月 18, 2015
    The best matcha I've come across in the city
  • R G.
    R G1月 30, 2015
    Smallish store but great selection - definitely great!
  • Jeffrey K.
    Jeffrey Kao1月 14, 2015
    If you have a knife and are feeling ghetto, you can buy a block of raw salmon for sashimi and save some $$$.
  • Ruby A.
    Ruby Anaya12月 28, 2014
    I come here once a week for fresh shishito peppers. Seriously. Also pokeys.
  • Paige C.
    Paige C10月 19, 2014
    A great little Asian market only an elevator ride away. You can call ahead or sign up for emails letting you know when green tea kit kats will be available!
  • Jeffrey K.
    Jeffrey Kao9月 25, 2014
    Get the home-made kimchi. Good value, tastes good, and you get a glass jar!
  • William H.
    William H8月 23, 2014
    Great Japanese supermarket accessed by a stealthy but slow elevator from the 80s. Great selection of everything, including mochi. Mmm, mochi.
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew Michihara8月 20, 2014
    Elevator is old, slow, and has a weight limit. Too much weight and it won't move.
  • Miguel d.
    Miguel de Leon8月 18, 2014
    Bento boxes are a steal. Choose something from the candy aisle for dessert and a drink from one of the cases. All under $10.
  • Trever P.
    Trever Polak8月 16, 2014
    Everything is written in Japanese, but the clerks can help you.
  • Trever P.
    Trever Polak8月 16, 2014
    When you walk in there's just an elevator. Hold down the button until it's lit yellow and go to floor 2.
  • Village Voice
    Village Voice8月 15, 2014
    Walk down the aisles filled with ramen, soba, rice crackers and countless varieties of miso, and arrive at the prepared foods section, where you'll find gigantic bento boxes, all for about $5. 続きを見る
  • Village Voice
    Village Voice8月 15, 2014
    Avoid the tempura, which gets soggy. 続きを見る
  • Jamie W.
    Jamie Wong6月 22, 2014
    There was a fly in my bento box that I got from this place. I call them and they gave me a really bad attitude! They didn't even say sorry to me at all! Very very disappoint! Customer service is rude
  • Benjamin H.
    Benjamin Healy6月 11, 2014
    When you don't want to go Japanese grocery shopping on an empty stomach, hit up Panya next door. Sure, there's a lot of the same stuff upstairs, but you'll feel better eating it in the cafe beforehand
  • Vivian L.
    Vivian Li3月 10, 2014
    Variety of Japanese makeup & they have testers for it too! $10 credit minimum.
  • J.W. G.
    J.W. Garrison1月 31, 2014
    They really up there bento game recently. Be there at 12pm sharp, all the good stuff sells out within 30 mins.
  • Beth S.
    Beth Schissler1月 19, 2014
    Great seafood and veggies
  • Jin M.
    Jin Moon12月 28, 2013
    They have a minimum purchase of 10 dollars when using a credit card. It's apparently required by department of consumer affairs.....
  • Sunrise M.
    Sunrise Mart12月 27, 2013
    Sunrise Mart has started a new facebook page! Please like us: with updates on new items, in-store specials, sales, and when to buy Green Tea Kitkat!
  • Nestor B.
    Nestor Bailly10月 29, 2013
    Things are cheap here because they are expired, or will never expire.
  • Alex R.
    Alex Ries9月 29, 2013
    Our NYC go-to shop for Japanese stuffs
  • Ben W.
    Ben Watkins7月 11, 2013
    One of the few Japanese supermarkets in town, but beware the prices. Staples such as rice and garlic are much cheaper at places like Trader Joe's
  • Yuan
    Yuan6月 25, 2013
    I've been going to this place for months but today I found a big piece of raw egg in my donburi and they said it was normal. 'If I didn't like it, I could leave.' I couldn't believe it!
  • Bonnie C.
    Bonnie Chu5月 11, 2013
    Mo mo no mochi! The mochi aisle is magnificent.
  • Laurie
    Laurie4月 2, 2013
    Pretty sure they either get their sushi and ready made foods from Panya downstairs or the other way round...
  • Clare R.
    Clare Ros2月 11, 2013
    Amazing black sesame mochi, YUM!
  • Evan
    Evan1月 30, 2013
    The best kimchi is made and sold here. It's a younger variety and sold in giant jars.
  • Tanya
    Tanya12月 22, 2012
    Sunrise? More like Surprise Mart! Stumbled upon this 2nd floor store because we curiously followed some people into an elevator...
  • Chelle .
    Chelle 🗽11月 9, 2012
    The bento boxes are legit.
  • Elizabeth C.
    Elizabeth C9月 10, 2012
    A lot of interesting Japanese goods packed into a small space. Affordable bento boxes, strange and colorful sweets, ume plums, weird jelly cups, etc. Design enthusiasts will freak at the packaging.
  • Danielle D.
    Danielle Dent7月 14, 2012
    Cheeep japanese products! Snacks can be pricy but it is imported! Love this location the most!
  • KaHee
    KaHee5月 3, 2012
    Does anyone else get the imitation crab sticks and eat them in stringies like polly-o??
  • Mingster C.
    Mingster C4月 9, 2012
    Variety of sale items by the entrance! Love this place.
  • Rae @.
    US Tofu for only 99cents. Plus tofu from Kyoto for under $2
  • Ming P.
    Ming Peiffer3月 1, 2012
    Fresh sushi grade fish. Good selection of Asian produce. Take-to-go bento boxes, and my favorite: the selection of cute rice and soup bowls in the back that are super cheap!
  • Beata H.
    Beata Hung2月 16, 2012
    Great selection of matcha powder!
  • Catherine B.
    Catherine Batruni1月 24, 2012
    my tip for sunrise mart is BUY EVERYTHING! NOW!
  • Robert J.
    Robert Jack1月 4, 2012
    Good fresh fish here.
  • Nathan W.
    Nathan W12月 1, 2011
    Their onigiri (rice balls) are bomb, and only $1.49 to boot.
  • Darryl B.
    Darryl Baker10月 20, 2011
    Great deals on flavored teas and beer are often available.
  • cynthia w.
    cynthia wang10月 12, 2011
    Best carrot ginger dressing in the universe. Yes, universe
  • makia m.
    makia matz9月 22, 2011
    Natto on sale!!
  • Moocu
    Moocu9月 8, 2011
    Love it! I always shop here :) take an elevator upstairs and you'll find Jap oasis
  • Christen D.
    Christen Duong8月 26, 2011
    Great place to stock up on Japanese groceries. Take a look at the nicely sliced meats.
  • Melody H.
    Melody Han8月 17, 2011
    I like picking up affordable, sushi-grade fish here - the salmon is usually quite decent.
  • Sunja C.
    Sunja Culley8月 16, 2011
    Look for Bickle here! It's just about the only place around here that sells it.
  • Shuting G.
    Shuting Guan6月 5, 2011
    They have lots of choice of ramen
  • R
    R11月 23, 2010
    They have pretty good shabu shabu meat...
  • Ron C.
    Ron C.11月 4, 2010
    A pack of seaweed salad is only $1.29!!! Great snack in the office.
  • John B.
    John Bennet10月 3, 2010
    The Sunrise Mart kimchee is a MUST. Super thick and spicy.
  • Mike O.
    Mike O'Dea8月 9, 2010
    one of the places I've actually been able to find yuzu salt. ask for it - I think they hide it. comes in foil ziplock packets
  • infusia
    infusia5月 12, 2010
    find all sorts of kitchen knick knacks at the back of the store, chopsticks, mini clothes hanger. i love it for the ready to cook packets, selection of green tea and snack food.
  • Ulina ..
    Ulina .11月 8, 2009
    Bento boxes FTW! (they are located in the back of the first aisle)