Pop-Up Market Featuring Japanese Products Returns to NowHere


Friday, June 18 through Saturday, July 3 from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

NowHere – 40 Wooster Street (between Grand and Broome Streets)

Admission: Free (Products for sale)

DECO BOKO Market returns to NowHere this Friday. DECO BOKO is an online, wholesale trade show in the U.S. that focuses on Japanese products in the design/gift industry. Organizers support smaller Japanese brands and manufacturers, giving them opportunities to succeed in the U.S. After a successful retail pop-up at NowHere’s gallery space in January, DECO BOKO will once again introduce gifts, clothing, home goods, and more to consumers.

The Market will feature a variety of items, so you’re bound to find something special.

Featured Brands

Hightide Store DTLA (stationery)

LeSENT (personal care)

Souta Kiln (ceramics)

Murakami Pile (towels)

Gel-Cool (bento boxes)

Frying Pan Jiu (frying pans)

On the Umami (food)

Nagasawa Artisan (teapots)

Tsunotsuno Family (children’s toy)

Craft Design Technology (stationery)

Happa Stand (tea)

Snow Peak New York (outdoor apparel and gear)

8.6.4 (jewelry)

Miwa Neishi (ceramicist)

Paper Project (socks/t-shirts)

Peaboy (tie-dyed t-shirts)

Visit DECO BOKO at NowHere

Hours: Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m
Closed Monday and Tuesday
No Reservation Required
For more information about DECO BOKO, please visit their website and follow them on Instagram.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to shop for beautiful Japanese products! Here are a few of my favorite brands from the January pop-up.

Bento Boxes by Gel-Cool
Office Supplies by Hightide Store DTLA
Socks by Paper Project
Camping Gear by Snow Peak New York

About NowHere

NowHere is a hub for emerging Japanese artists. The focus of the SoHo gallery is on creatives who come from Japan to New York City, whether for a visit or to stay. They feature work from a broad spectrum of media, from digital to fashion, culinary arts to photography, and everything in between. NowHere is dedicated to building community and expanding their artists’ networks. The NowHere Café will open on Friday, June 18. For more information, please visit NowHere’s website.