In 1907, Katagiri Brothers Inc. was founded by two brothers emigrating from Japan to be the first Japanese grocery store in New York. There were not many Japanese citizens in New York in the early years, so in addition to Japanese food, they catered to local customers with products imported, including cups and teas. They also fed steam ships food and drink and grew up to sell a number of items varying in size from food and clothing to clothing. The shop kept on running during the wars, and Katagiri is nowadays preferred as a Japanese food shop by Japanese locals and New Yorkers.
Located in the very heart of Manhattan, since Katagiri Brother Inc. opened its doors in 1907, they have served Japanese food to people in New York.
Sushi and Fresh Seafood – Fresh fish are shipped daily from the market in the segment of marine food. Our sushi is made with fresh fish directly on the premises.
Deli – A broad selection of Japanese ready-to – eat items can be purchased by weight or as a bento package.
Premium beef from Japan – An American retailer. Kobe beef opened its second location inside Katagiri in the East Village, Japan Premium Beef. U.S. Supreme beef Kobe can be bought by weight.
Area of delivery
For orders over $35.00 the delivery service is available in Manhattan. Food that is perishable is not supplied.
How can I order?
Ordering on the phone , fax or online shops is possible.