11th Annual Kokoro Craft Boutique

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Community Event

Oct 20196
10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States


Vendors will be on hand with unique jewelry, kimono fabric fashions, cultural t-shirts, handbags, ceramics, origami, bronze and glass art, pet accessories, and more! Performances by Yuujou Daiko and harpist Audrey Kato.

Admission to the boutique is free. A $25 purchase gets you free museum admission (10/6/19 only) and a 10% discount at local participating Little Tokyo eateries during the month of October (some restrictions apply). Early entry to the boutique for JANM members at 9:45 a.m.

3-D Crafts & Shadowboxes • A Touch of Glass • Alyson Iwamoto Ceramics • Art Mina • Bizu • Boy Cherie Jewelry • Charming Little Lotus • Color Conscious • The Creation Cafe • Creative Handcrafted Gifts • Dainty Jewelry by JKiyomi • Daliano Designs • Shigeko Da Silva • Da Tojos • Fat Rabbit Farm • February Design • Fugetsu-Do • Giant Robot • Happy Shirts / Omiyage • Helena’s Asian Designs • Homie Wear 4 Dogs • HSK Creations • Imoriknits • Ellen Ing • Roxanne Kakiuchi • Kaz Ota Clayworks • Kelley’s Kookies • KHA KIDS • Ki’obi Designs • Kirei Cositas • Madame Sakura Crafts • Maithai Creations • Miniko2 • Mi So Happi • More Than Flour • Darryl Mori • Suzye Ogawa • Yasuko Ozawa • Papermum Press • Parasol Paperworks • Pomegranate Designs • Pontigo • Real Creations • Riley & Co. • Sakata Designs Los Angeles • SewKimono • Shibori Girl Studios • Simmisu Paper Company • Splat Workshop • Studio Engravers

Proceeds benefit JANM’s educational programs. For more information, email kokorocraft@gmail.com or call 213.830.1883.

Check out the Facebook event page for updates.
Brought to you by Friends of the Museum.


JANM . Last modified Sep 16, 2019 3:33 p.m.

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