Emporium Shokuhin is Singapore’s first Japanese food shopping and dining destination that boasts an integrated portfolio consisting a Japanese gourmet grocer, live seafood market, beef dry-aging facility and 8 new-to-market dining concepts, over a total floor area of 34,000 square feet.
Conceptualised with the aim to offer consumers quality Japanese produce and foods at highly-competitive and attractive prices, Emporium Shokuhin leverages on the company’s expertise and vast experience in sourcing directly from their wide network of premium purveyors in Japan to make this possible.
The name ‘Shokuhin’ literally means ‘food products’ in Japanese, as reflected by its kanji characters 食品, and the establishment aspires to become a well-regarded and trusted specialty Japanese food concept.
First and foremost a vibrant marketplace, Emporium Shokuhin’s key highlights are undoubtedly, the live seafood market and on-site beef dry-aging facility; the first customised facility that ages beef for retail, in Singapore.
A natural extension of the brand, the 8 dining concepts present the perfect platform to showcase and highlight the pristine ingredients and food items that are meticulously sourced for and brought in by Emporium Shokuhin.
For example, Gyuu+ is a yakiniku or grilled meat restaurant that proffers a selection of prime beef cuts; some of which are aged in Emporium Shokuhin’s in-house facility, while Umi+Vino is a premium seafood wine bar that showcases ocean gems that are also retailed at the live seafood market.
Other dining options include Senmi Sushi sushi bar, Tsukeru shabu-shabu, Burosu Honten gyoza and ramen, Kohi-Koji cafe and bakery, Takujo fine dining, as well as a Ready-To-Eat section that features sashimi trays, sushi sets, salads, onigiri (rice balls) and other quick takeaway meals.
A sleek show kitchen fitted out in appliances and tools from well-known brands; Ariston from Italy, Mayer from Singapore and WMF from Germany, sets the stage for interactive experiences such as food product showcases and cooking demonstrations.
6 Raffles Boulevard #01-18 Marina Square Singapore 039594