Hana Japanese Market

Grocery Store, Food & Drink, Market
2004 17th St NW (at U St NW)
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 939-8853
Monday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 8:00pm

Tips

  • Hana Market was once a travel agency specializing in excursions to Japan. It's now been converted to a market that provides excursions to Japan without leaving D.C.
  • Really really well stocked japanese market with everything from wet packed ramen & udon noodles to pre-made onigiri. Extensive frozen section as well.
  • Mochi ice cream bon bons in the back of the store!!!!!
  • Great Japanese market in DC. It's filled with imported food that you can't get elsewhere. They carry sushi-grade tuna.
  • This place is amazing! Great selection of genuine Japanese groceries and snacks. Shop there all the time! Veggies are very fresh and high-quality
  • I come here for wakame salad, udon/ramen/naengmyun noodles, daikon and snax never change Hana (watch out the snacks are cheap but they add up you can't resist)
  • Key items: umeboshi, onigiri, tofu skins, frozen takoyaki.
  • The staff are friendly and happy to answer your questions. The tiny space belies a rich selection of Japanese vegetables and seasonings. Look beyond the sweets and instant meals!
  • The produce is fresh and fairly priced. A lot of times its cheaper than the grocery store. I always stop in hear to get all my ingredients for Shabu Shabu, except the meat.
  • Great Japanese market with great prices. If you're missing home a little, this place is perfect.
  • Love the selection selection. Not only will they have the Japanese ingredients you're looking for, they also have some popular ingredients from other Asian countries.
  • look on the bulletin board near the entrance for information on produce and specialty item arrivals.
  • This is where I buy my S&B curry sauces!
  • The green tea powder ("matcha") packets are perfect for a single serving of green tea. Matcha is ground green tea leaf AND stem so it is even better for you. Pour 1 into a bottle of water & shake!
  • They get fresh sushi every Wednesday Fridayand Sunday. Try all the bottled drink-yes it's filled with sugar but it's worth it. Try any of the milky peco sweets.brings back childhood memories for sure.
  • nice place for shopping japanese food even it's really small
  • Fresh uni roes (small tray from Maine $15+, large tray from CA $40+) are available if preordered 2 days in advance. Hours 10-8 everyday.
  • Wonderful selection of unique items! And the staff is super friendly. Great little neighborhood spot <3
  • $1.50 tofu! $1 bean sprouts! $1.50 edamame! Yay!

Nearby places

1914 14th St NW (btwn T & U St NW)
1631 Kalorama Rd NW Suite 100
2500 16th St NW