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Satsumage in Vancouver?

dshea77 Jun 26, 2009 10:08 PM

Does anyone know if there's a store that sells kamaboko or satsumage in Vancouver? I've looked at Konbiniya and one of the T n Ts but couldn't find anything.

Also, is there any place to find just plain mochi cakes that don't have anko in them. Or ice cream?

  1. fmed Jun 27, 2009 12:11 AM

    Fujiya has fishcakes of all types. They have them unsliced in the coolers and more prepped stuff in the 'deli' section. Another good source is Angel Seafoods which is a great source of all sorts of frozen Japanese seafood and seafood products.

    (I'm surprised you didn't see any kamabuko at T&T. They at least have the Chinese version of surimi.)

    Fujiya Japanese Foods
    912 Clark Dr, Vancouver, BC V5L3J8, CA

    Angel Seafoods
    1345 Grant St, Vancouver, BC V5L, CA

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    1. re: fmed
      dshea77 Jun 27, 2009 12:23 AM

      FUJIYA! I completely forgot that store even existed.

      Thanks so much. I'll be hitting them up soon.

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