Asia in America: Celebration of the Arts Thursday, April 26 from 6:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Asia Society – 725 Park Avenue at 70th Street Admission: $250-$2,000 Asia Society’s spring 2018 gala is one of the hottest parties of the year, honoring Asian American and Asian artists from the worlds of fashion, music, performance, and dance. Asia in America: Celebration of the Arts recognizes Asian … Continue reading Asia Society’s Spring Gala Celebrates the Arts 🗓 🗺
Fitness-conscious New Yorkers have endless possibilities when it comes to their workout clothes. But how many clothing companies can say their products are certified as General Medical Devices? Japanese high performance sportswear company C3fit can. Using the highest standard Lycra Sport material and employing a highly technical manufacturing process, C3fit is a global brand that has created products that increase blood circulation and reduce swelling. … Continue reading Japanese Company C3fit Produces High Performance Sportswear
Haori’s Hidden Haura Exhibition Thursday, March 22 through Sunday, March 25 from noon until 6:00 p.m. Globus Washitsu- 889 Broadway at E. 19th Street, PHC Admission: Free Globus Washitsu presents Haori’s Hidden Haura in conjunction with their ongoing Kimono Visionaries Series. This exhibition is curated by Ichiro and Yaka Wada of Ichiroya, an Osaka-based vintage kimono house that is renowned for their large selection of … Continue reading Haura: The Secrets of Japan’s Traditional Jacket at Globus Washitsu 🗓
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