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Kinokuniya Book Stores has a huge collection of Japanese language books, as well as comics, Japanese music CDs and computer software. You will also find a selection of Japanese children's books, magazines, newspapers and textbooks. The store also carries a fine range of English-language books about Japan, as well as books on Asian culture and business practices. A great place for all book lovers.
Uwajimaya Seattle is the company's flagship store and is housed in the Uwajimaya Village Apartments. Once in the International District it won't be hard to find your way to this Asian haven, where you'll find all kinds of foodstuff, goods and gifts. Voted as "City's Best Takeout", the Uwajimaya Village Food Court is quite popular among tourists and locals in the downtown area. So when hunger sets in after all the shopping, the oasis ain't too far away.
You could be forgiven for forgetting you are in Seattle while walking through the Seattle Chinatown-International District. Brimming over with Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Burmese and Laotian Americans, this district feels like South East Asia. This area boasts a diverse range of eating options and nightlife. Chinese New Year is the biggest event in this area and is awaited by everyone!
Whether you're looking for something unique for your house, that perfect accent to brighten up your room, a particular gift or gourmet food products; Cost Plus World Market has something to offer. With a huge range of lifestyle goods of all kinds from furniture to accessories, crockery, kitchen appliances as well as gourmet gift baskets for special occasions it's a convenient choice. They also have a nice display of craft beers and local wines to choose from. For details on their entire range of products, please visit the website.
Find unique gems and last season's best sellers at this charming consignment boutique in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle. Sell Your Sole Consignment carries all the designer brands you know and love, from Oscar De La Renta, Michael Kors, to Chanel and Jimmy Choo. With everything at the fraction of the normal retail cost, you'll be updating your entire wardrobe at a pretty decent price.
Need a punk rock fix? This little record store called Singles Going Steady holds back a tide of pop music commercialism with its studded collars and racks of vinyl. There's plenty here to outfit the aspiring rocker: CDs, T-shirts, posters, armbands and patches, much metal paraphernalia and much more. The shop specializes in independent and hard-to-find labels with good selections of street punk, anarcho/grind, ska, garage, rockabilly and hip-hop. The shop also pays fair prices for used punk gear and records in good condition. Buy tickets to local punk events as well.