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What used to be an unassuming old style delicatessen, has now transformed into a little 'ajito', meaning hideout, and 'ya', meaning shop. The décor is minimal but quirky, the staff are lovely, and you'll find a quality selection of exotic deli supplies, sushi and meal packs. Japanese tea, coffee and green tea lattes accompany a sit down lunch through to dinner menu offering both traditional and modern-day Japanese dishes.

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Updated on 30 Sep 2011.

Ajitoya Japanese Deli details

82 Charles St, Seddon 3011

Telephone 03 9687 1027

Nearby Stations: Seddon; Middle Footscray; West Footscray

Open Tue-Fri 11am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm

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