A compact new convenience store just opened in Kensington Market and its stocked with imports from Japan!
Occupying just 355-square-feet, Sukoshi Mart claims to carry a little bit of everything, which means a range of snacks, beverages, prepared foods, skin and body care products, socks, stationery, and other cute ephemera.
Find fresh housemade selections including matcha warabi mochi, mini taiyaki filled with a choice of custard, red bean paste, or green tea, and cheese tarts!
In the fridge, milk puddings await in a range of flavours including black sesame, matcha, strawberry, and more.
Meanwhile, more substantial eats include bento boxes, onigiris, inari, and various salads and pickles are ready-made for grab-and-go.
The inventory of packaged goods is expansive and includes everything from instant ramen and packaged curries to Japanese cereals and other sundries spanning the gamut of chips, gum, and candies.
Korean brands dominate the selection of skin care products in the store where Mediheal masks, Innisfree hand creams, and Shiseido body lotions line the shelves.
Address: 160 Baldwin Street, Toronto
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