Malaysia’s first Japanese low-cost supermarket opens in Petaling Jaya

Japan’s famous low-cost supermarket, GYOMU Super, soft opens its first store in J Value Mall, an upcoming shopping mall in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia on 28 July 2022.

Gyomu Super, named ‘GYOMU Japan’ in Malaysia is located on the ground floor of J Value Mall (Pinnacle PJ building), which is next to the Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel. J Value Mall is the only mall in Asia with an ‘all-Japan’ concept, planning to open more shops of food, beverage, beauty and other Japanese lifestyle products.

At GYOMU Japan, shoppers can get various products often found in GYOMU Super throughout Japan, from Japanese foodstuffs and daily items to halal and vegetarian products. Part of its trademark, shoppers can even see the products lined up in boxes and bulk items just like the branches in Japan.

Although the supermarket sells many wholesale products, shoppers can freely shop here even though you’re not a wholesaler. Many products are available in the same price range as in Japan, keeping them at reasonable prices. For example, Halal Taberu Gudakusan Layu (garlic in chilli oil) 130g is priced at RM11.70 (about JPY350).

GYOMU Japan plans to add more products, including halal and local items, heading towards its grand opening around October. Check out a full tour of the Malaysian branch in the video.

GYOMU Japan (1st Malaysian Branch)
Opening hours: 9am – 8pm
Address: G-05A J Value Mall, Pinnacle PJ, Jalan Utara C, Petaling Jaya
Parking: nearest car park is the Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel underground car park

About GYOMU Super

GYOMU Super is a low-cost supermarket with 976 stores throughout Japan, established by Kobe Bussan. The supermarket sells authentic products from Japan and 45 other countries in the world at reasonable pricing. It also handles a variety of halal-certified foods, including chicken, frozen food and snacks, making it a great go-to choice for many Muslim consumers in Japan.

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