GINZA MARKETPLACE

The vendors in our Ginza Marketplace section of the festival offer a wide and stunning variety of Japanese home goods, accessories, and artwork, either directly from Japan or inspired by the gift of the cherry blossoms. 

2022 VENDORS
Arise Bazaar Largest selection of authentic Japanese kimono, accessories, and housewares
Art by Zachary Sasim Enjoy the artwork of a local artist annually inspired by the cherry blossoms
Asian Artique Handmade traditional Japanese Crafts including wall scrolls.
Baz LLC Handcrafted chopsticks, related accessories and puzzles made from a wide raneg of beautiful and exotic wood.
Castein Apothecary Handmade jewelry inspired by the lightness of spring and Washington’s famous cherry blossoms.
Chikako Designs Come see where east meets west with handcrafted handbags, accessories and clothing made with Japanese inspired fabrics.
Gabiani Design Welcome to ‘Mis Zapatos’ world Unique Japanese handbags and backpacks great for big city rhythm, travel, sports and parties!
Greentea Design We specialize in authentic Japanese merchandise such Ninja hats, boots, shoes and tabi socks. We also carry brush paint wall scrolls, hand painted fans , chopsticks and parasols. 
Hiromi Katayama Come browse my collection of original Japanese traditional paintings, watercolors, sumi paintings, and prints.
Hodsdon Kokeshi We craft our kokeshi dolls from tree to finished doll.  We believe there is a need and always room for traditional folk art in today’s modern times, it creates a more inspired society through art, history, education and craftsmanship.
Japanwave Wide range of traditional and modern imported items from Japan including new kokeshi lines, and Nemu Nemu sleeping pillows across multiple booths.
Jeesuk Oh Handmade jewelry such as necklace, bracelets, rings, earrings and hair accessories using Japanese beads, freshwater pearl and semi-precious gemstones.
KASHIYAMA Come visit the only Japanese custom tailor in the Washington area and learn about our custom suits, shirting, and jewelry!
Kilaarts Come enjoy original artwork – inspired by Japan from the late 1800’s – alongside anime and Yokai designs and prints
Matcha Time Gift Shop Japanese gift shop selling both traditional and modern Japanese gift items including trading figures, gashapons, Godzilla, Super Sentai , cute goods, and pop culture accessories.
Misaky Tokyo Traditional & innovative Japanese sweets that will bring joy, comfort, and inclusivity to the world.
Naked Decor Japanese inspired hand-screened home accessories such as tea towels, coasters and kitchenware.
National Cherry Blossom Festival Official merchandise booth of the National Cherry Blossom Festival
Oba-Gami Origami House Come see how traditional origami figures create modern artwork and jewelry with woods, paints, fabrics and papers.
POWPAPER Handcut Paper (kirigami) art and screen prints by Eric Pow showing how Japanese and Western imagery and cultures can mix together.
Reiko’s Kimono Crafts Affordable handmade silk kimono accessories, small bags and other crafts made from authentic antique/vintage silk kimonos. Introducing items made with kasuri (Indigo-dyed traditional ikat) cotton fabric this year.
TOKIYA JAPAN We specialize in Japanese kimono, pottery, jewelry and cool interior decor that’s hand crafted by Japanese artists, building on traditional craftsmanship.
Ya’s For Y’all Handmade Japanese traditional fabric art showing tsumamizaiku process to create jewelry using antique/vintage Japanese kimono fabric and pure silver design.
Japan-America Society of Washington DC info@jaswdc.org 202-833-2210
Thanks for joining Sakura Matsuri 2022. Visit jaswdc.org to find more Japan-related events in DC.VISIT
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