ALL VISITORS 18 YEARS OLD AND OLDER ARE REQUIRED TO SHOW PROOF OF COVID-19 VACCINATION, IN ORDER TO ENTER THE EVENT.
FACE COVERINGS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED, AS SOCIAL DISTANCING MAY BE DIFFICULT TO MAINTAIN THROUGHOUT THE EVENT.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE SERVED, BUT SHOULD ONLY BE CONSUMED AT THE DESIGNATED SEATING AREA.
Accessories such as earrings, necklaces, and more Japanese-inspired products will be on sale! Japanese artist and Japanese-inspired artists are all welcome to join and promote their works! Please join us and see each artist’s unique creations! We will have Japanese onigiri vendor this time!
■Location：91 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10003
■Date: Dec 5th(Sun) 12PM~6PM
【BOOKAT NYC Jewelry】
【RANKAYA for RENDEZVOUS】
I’m working on “the wearable art work” that can express the True Colors of the person who wears it, cherishing that “what you wear is a part of yourself”.
We mainly make Strawberry Daifuku and make healthy Japanese sweets using red beans and matcha. We use Uji matcha from Kyoto and azuki beans fermented with rice malt for Anko, and we offer our special Japanese sweets!
Hand crafted from start to finish.
Lunaris Jewelry by NYC based Japanese designer Airi Nishiguchi captures
the purity and effervescence of the moment you see a rainbow or a full moon.
With dozens of designs available in Sterling Silver, Brass and 14k gold as well as comissioned pieces, you can bring a bit of charm and delight to your look.
【Tear Drop Happy】
The “Tear Drop Happy” book, written and illustrated by Brian Yeh and Natsuko Kodama, was created to spread mental health awareness to audiences that aren’t typically exposed to the topic. From references to Eckhart Tolle’s Power of Now, Kristin Neff’s studies of self-compassion, to visual and lyrical cues from Kids See Ghosts, Tear Drop Happy is a simplified and informed product that contains the life experiences of both Brian and Natsuko. All they hope is that this book can expose others to some of the tools that helped them through their own mental health issues – even if just a little.
Japanklyn was founded in 2020 in Brooklyn, NY.
It all started in a small apartment with our love and compassion for Japan and Brooklyn and a passion for fashion, specifically hat.
The pride, respect, and patriotism for Japan and the culture, along with love for our community, culture, and lifestyle of Brooklyn, all fused like a chemical reaction.
“Lism”, stands for “Less is more”, is a jewelry brand by Chihiro Takeshita, based in NY from Tokyo, Japan. She is inspired by Native American jewelry, nature and traditional Asian culture. She is also a Yoga teacher and therapist. She met Yoga in 2015 and Yoga changed her life. The most important concept she got is “Less is more” which is “Taru wo Shiru (足るを知る)” in Japanese. She wants everyone to know that you can let things go and make more spaces to get something new through her jewelry and activity.
【AKKANBE (CHIHUAKO taller)/ あっかんべ（アトリエチワコ）】
CHIHUAKO is an art studio with Asami, Sandro, and 2 cats located in Peru. They hold workshops, art classes, pop-up shops and other activities at their studio. At this pop-up shop event, they will present their origami-themed line ”AKKANBE”
【SANA’s CHI-KU×2 house(ｻﾅｽﾞ ﾁｸﾁｸ ﾊｳｽ)】
【a blue one piece】
【Bead Factory Ever Green/ビーズ工房 Ever Green】