Posted January 18, 2019 07:07:56Kohinori’s, the Japanese grocery chain, has a new deal on the shelves, with the brand launching a new line of grocery products for the first time in New York and Arizona.
In a press release on the brand’s website, Kohinori says it will start selling products in the U.S. starting January 22.
“We’re thrilled to announce this exciting new partnership with Kohinora.
Our mission at Kohinoris is to offer our customers the best shopping experience in the world,” Kohinoro said.
“This new partnership will further enhance our position in the marketplace.
We’re proud to have been chosen by Kohinoras customers to serve our customers for years.”
Kohirou, the company’s founder, is also launching a line of kimono and kimonos in his hometown of Kichijoji, which is home to the largest Japanese-American community in the country.
“The Kohinoru community is one of the most diverse in the United States, with many cultures and backgrounds.
We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive environment for our customers,” Kohirou said.
Kohinorie said it will have more kimonose and komunas in stores by the end of the year.
The company also launched its first online store in the US last year, and it recently opened a new location in Washington, DC.
“We are excited to continue to offer products from the Kohinorei brand in new markets, and continue to be the leader in innovative food delivery services,” Kohiri said.
The brand also announced plans to open a second location in Chicago in 2018, and in 2018 the company will open a new store in San Francisco.
Kohio, which has over 1,000 stores in the Philippines, launched in the city in 2004, and has expanded to the Philippines in 2016.
In the US, the brand has opened stores in Washington DC, Los Angeles, Dallas, San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Houston, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami, Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Vegas, Las Vegas, Nashville, New York City, San Jose, Sacramento, Philadelphia, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta-Sandy Springs, Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, and Washington, D.C.
The company said it has sold more than 2 million products since it launched in Japan in 2001.