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Welcome to HITACHIYA

“Qualities of our cookware and utensils” ~Material and design that brings about the essence of food~ ~ the calming scent of wood~ ~and the strength and durability of hand crafted work~ “These indispensable cooking utensils that were created by the gift of wisdom out of Japanese culture, gradually come to fit the user’s hands and daily cooking becomes a pleasure and a time to relax. After spending 55 years in the kitchen of Japan , Tsukiji, Hitachiya has opened a ...

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A “Must Have” for Cleaning

Here’s a before and after shot of a used ohitsu. *Click on the photo to enlarge it. *For more information on our Ohitsu, click HERE. How did we manage to make the ohitsu so clean? We used this magical cleaning tool featured in the picture below.   Cutting Board Shaver This product is mainly used for washing/ cleaning your wooden/plastic/rubber cutting boards. However, as seen in the picture above, it’s perfect for cleaning other materials as well! It has a ...


Knife Makeover

A before and after shot of a knife that was in need of repair. It’s owner accidentally dropped the knife and chipped its point, but now its ready to be back in use! *Click on the photo to enlarge it    


March 3rd Hinamatsuri

March 3rd Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival/ Girl’s Day) In Japan, Hinamatsuri is celebrated each year on March 3rd with traditional ornamental dolls (hina-ningyo), representing the Emperor, Empress, their attendants and musicians  from the imperial court during the Heian period. Like its name suggests, Hinamatsuri is the day to celebrate and pray for girls’ happiness and healthy growth. Families with young daughters usually celebrate this day by displaying their dolls from February inside their home; however the dolls are taken down as ...



Business Hours: 
Mon.  11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Open
Tue.- Fri.  11a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Open
Sat.   11am.- 6:00 p.m. Open
Sun. 11am.- 5:00 p.m. Open
Holidays are the same hours as on Sunday.