Last night, when walking past the defunct but admittedly rather dismal old Dobashi Market in San Jose's Japantown, we noticed a sign in the window announcing that Nijiya Market was to open there. A couple of managers who were out front told us to expect it in May and gave us a business card.
I've read a couple of threads below about the Nijiya Market in San Mateo, and it sounds promising. However, can someone give me a rundown of what to expect? I assume they'll have a fish counter and some non-perishable groceries, but please give me a rundown of what they carry. I buy a lot of Japanese groceries and I'd be glad to hear that I don't have to drive to Mitsuwa over on Saratoga anymore.