At JapanCulture•NYC we know that New Yorkers are very busy and that you probably might not have all your holiday shopping done yet. But don’t worry, this year for our 2017 gift guide, we are trying to make it easy for you by introducing you to three local Japanese shops that will carry items for anyone on your list from children through grandparents or an … Continue reading The 2017 JapanCulture•NYC Holiday Gift Guide!
While in New York as a contributor to the Fudangi Fun exhibit, Anji SALZ @salztokyo will also be hosting two exciting workshops! Anji SALZ is a German native who fell in love in kimono after moving to Japan. As a stylist, writer, and influencer, she works with kimono on a daily basis in Tokyo. She also offers handpicked kimono, obi, and various kimono accessories … Continue reading Kimono and Nihongami Workshops in NYC
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It is time to get your holiday shopping done, but don’t worry, Japan Culture•NYC has great suggestions for everyone. For our 2016 Holiday Gift Guide, we have ideas for all ages and even suggestions for the toughest person on your list. Please check out our curated list of local stores, establishments, and gift ideas. We hope it inspires you and eases the pain of holiday … Continue reading The 2016 Japanese-Themed Holiday Gift Guide!
Beyond Kimono was more then just a fashion show; it was an evening of Japanese culture for all five senses featuring fashion, dance, piano, food and drink hosted by Be JAPON, a non-profit organization. Be JAPON is dedicated to presenting Japanese beauty to the world under its concept “tradition and creation.” Held at Chelsea’s Holy Apostles Ballroom on 9th Avenue at 28th Street on Saturday, November 7, … Continue reading A Fashion Show That Was Beyond Kimono
Twice a year I have the amazing opportunity to travel to Tokyo for inspiration trips for my job as a design director of an accessories company. The purpose of the trips is to study trends, specifically of the young, fast fashion crowd. I spend most of my time in the trendiest areas of Shibuya and Harajuku, but I also visit the department stores of Shinjuku … Continue reading Top Five Tokyo Fashion Trends
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