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: July 24th(Sun) 12PM~6PM
【Boy Oh Boy Co】
Hi, we are Cindy and Kristy, two best friends and the owners of Boy Oh Boy Co. We are self-taught artists based in Brooklyn. We love making cute affordable stationery items like stickers for planners and bullets journals. We also have enamel pins, letter sets, and more to come!
“Mizuhiki” is a traditional Japanese paper string used for celebrations. It is used as a prayer decoration to wish for happiness.
Everyday, with the strength of a Japanese heart.
These Mizuhiki are made of light material so that it is easy to wear as an accessory.
Grab A.R.I Muffins that have been popular in Aoyama, Tokyo for over a dozen years. Now in New York City.
・Sweet & Fresh Seasonal Muffins : <FUJI Apple, Banana&Sourcream, Lemon&Honey, StrowberryCinnamon>
・Rich & Satisfying Savory Muffins : <PuttiTomato&Mascarpone, Anchovi&BrusselSprout, Scallions&Tunafish>A.R.I Muffins
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.
Using upcycle vintage silk kimonos and Obis. Kimono and Obi belt bag made in Japan. I have arranged the delicate and traditional designs available only in Japan into a modern style, so that you can enjoy them as part of your modern fashion. I would be happy if you make traditional Japanese culture a part of your daily life with my bags.
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.