Promotion period of "YATA Chinese New Year Food Fair" and "YATA 30th Anniversary Chinese New Year Lucky Draw"#: from now until 15 February 2021
YATA Supermarket has launched a Chinese New Year Food Fair, with discounted prices on more than 100 types of nutritious and delicious seafood, including fish maw, abalone, sea cucumber, and many other essential umami ingredients for your Chinese New Year dishes, like dried conch meat, scallops and tiger prawns. There is also a whole host of newly launched Japanese confectionaries, ramen and fruit gift boxes, as well as various Chinese New Year puddings made in Hong Kong, helping you to get prepared for the Spring Festival and wishing you a Chinese New Year filled with "Good Fortune and Good Food". To coincide with its 30th anniversary, YATA is hosting a Chinese New Year Lucky Draw#, with 3 million YATA-Fans points, popular electronic gadgets and different amazing prizes available. You can register to join upon a single net purchase of HK$600 or more at any YATA store.
In addition, KONBINI by YATA, a shop that combines the concept of a boutique supermarket with a Japanese convenience store, features a variety of light meals, seasonal ingredients and quick-prep meal kits, including Japanese rice ball bentos, fresh fruit and ready meals. The shop also has a range of food and drinks from Hokkaido's convenience store Secoma, such as instant miso soup, fruit jellies and yoghurt drinks, enabling you to try different Japanese light bites. From now until 28 February 2021, SHKP Club members can enjoy an extra 5% discount* upon a net spending of HK$50 or more at the store. Please click here for details, terms and conditions.
#Trade Promotion Competition Licence Number of YATA 30th Anniversary Chinese New Year Lucky Draw: 54129
"Welcoming The Golden Ox" will be displayed from time to time from 12-26 February 2021 between 6 and 10pm
International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong, will present the special Chinese New Year animation, “Welcoming The Golden Ox”, on its façades from 12-26 February. The show features interesting and auspicious graphics, such as gold coins, knots, peach blossoms and lucky Chinese characters, wishing all the best and good fortune to every Hong Kong citizen. As day three of Chinese New Year coincides with Valentine's Day, sweet phrases will be added to the light show that night, sending best wishes to all the lovers.
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