Hot off the press! Guu San is a massive 5,000 sq ft Japanese specialty goods store. Here you can find all your favorite Japanese food under one roof in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Guu, meaning valley, and San, for Sanctuary, which is a place to eat, shop, rest within the facility’s indoor and outdoor spaces. The store has a minimalist design and it showcases a long LED art installation that plays different Japanese scenes and animations in the morning, afternoon, and evening!
On offer are fresh Japanese produce, zero waste foods, tea, sake, and other specialty items. Guu San strongly believes in the phrase “you are what you eat,” so the produce and groceries are of the finest quality and as organic as possible.
The store is divided into 3 zones:
1. Sawaya, which offers non-packaged food, Japanese groceries and health food.
2. Salfee Bar. The name is a play on the word “selfie” by combining “salad” & “coffee.” There are currently 9 tasty salads on offer, including the Rainbow, Anti-Ageing and Immune Boost.
3. The Kome Korner is always busy handcrafting Omusubi with a variety of flavors, including some plant-based options as well as fish and beef. Keeping with the Guu San ethos, the omusubi are made with the finest 100% Japanese rice using a combination of five-grain, pearl and black rice. As the weather turns cooler, another delicious option is the refreshing ochazuke made with green tea dashi and charred rice.
Click here to see their wide selection of Japanese specialty goods.
Guu San is a new ginormous Japanese specialty store that opened up in TST in H Zentre, you can find everything Japanse right there!
Perfect for those who enjoy Japanese produce and would like to enjoy a zen moment whilst during their grocery shop.
When purchasing your salad at Salfee Bar, you can upgrade your salad for free, from now until October 25, 2020. Two choices for HK$68 or three choices for HK$78.
Business hours – Kome Korner, The Salfee Bar: 08:30 – 21:00 Supermarket: 09:00 – 21:00
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