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Japanese yatai-style concept Jonetz Market to open in Hong Kong!

By Jen Paolini 18 November 2020 | Last Updated 17 December 2020

Presented by the team behind Don Don Donki, Jonetz Market will debut at the Peak Galleria on 18 December, a food market concept inspired by the culture of Japanese yatai (屋台; mobile food stall). Paying tribute to the festive atmosphere of En-nichi (縁日; festival fairs), Jonetz Market will offer a wide spectrum of food stall delights, perfect for casual grazing after a long hike to the Peak or a food-fuelled outing with friends and family!

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Catering to foodies craving exquisite taste experiences from the Land of the Rising Sun, Jonetz Market will update its menus on a seasonal basis and feature exclusive food items not available at other Don Don Donki shops.

Prepare yourselves for a wide range of signature delicatessen and Japanese culinary delights, including national specialities like such as sushi, oden (おでん; fish cake stew), takoyaki (たこ焼き; grilled octopus ball), yakitori (焼き鳥; skewered grilled chicken), okonomiyaki (お好み焼き; Japanese pancake), and much, much more. From Japanese-style fried foods to sweets such as dorayaki (どら焼き; red bean pancake) and candy apples, there’s plenty to nosh on for every palate.

To celebrate the hotly anticipated opening, Don Don Donki will launch two special-edition Octopus cards from 18 December onwards! A black holographic design will be available at all Don Don Donki locations while the signature Donpen version is exclusive to Jonetz Market.

Jonetz Market, Shop 112–113, 1/F, Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak

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Jen Paolini

Content director

Born in Hong Kong, raised in Germany, and educated in the U.S., Jen is an award-winning creative with a background in illustration, communication design, art direction, and content creation. When she’s not getting lost in a good book, you’ll find her doing crosswords, eating dim sum, covering all sides of a “Hamilton” number, and taking naps.