A Pop-Up Store Where You Can Experience Japanese Craftsmanship
In today's world, consumerism is common. Products are made, bought, and wasted - that's the cycle. However, there are people who are starting to look for something real. Something of high quality that is worth holding on to.
MADE IN JAPAN - the very proof of high quality
Yet, in New York, there is no place where only made-in-Japan products are gathered. To give New Yorkers an opportunity to feel closer to Japanese craftsmanship, a concept store, the ARCADE JAPAN is here.
Free Coffee - It is cold in December in New York. Sometimes it even snows and makes people freeze. To welcome and warm people who come into the ARCADE JAPAN, they will be giving free coffee to everybody!
Tableware for Restaurants - There will be made-in-Japan tableware at the ARCADE JAPAN. They are all of high quality, carefully made by Japanese craftsman. Restaurant owners might be interested to come see, to renew their tableware at their restaurants!
AYUKO HISHIKAWA MILLINERY (@ayuko_millinery)
Driftwood gear (@driftwood gear.japan)
No.3710 by Minato F. (@no.3710_ny)
UTSUWA NO SHIGOTO (@utsuwa_no_shigoto)
There will be clothes, accessories, lifestyle goods, small kitchen goods, etc...
251 Elizabeth Street
Dec 13-24 / 11am-8pm
Contact: Minato Fukuoka (firstname.lastname@example.org / 718-593-6330); Yuki Yamauchi (email@example.com / 929-340-4933)