Daiso Japan is best known as a Japanese dollar store, or a 100 yen store. Though not all products in the store are a dollar, there are many great bargains to be found in these novel stores. Only a handful of these stores exist in America, most of which are located on the western part of America. The newest Daiso Japan store to open in America will be located in Flushing, New York.
For the grand opening event there will be a variety of giveaways, and even raffle drawings for great prizes. Some of the raffle and give away information being promoted is:
-Goodie Bags for the first 100 customers on 3/8 (Fri) & 3/9/19 (sat). No minimum, must present receipt to receive Goodie Bag. One receipt/Customer per Goodie Bag. While supplies last.
-Free Great Prize Giveaway Drawing tickets. Please go to the Daiso table located near the entrance of the store and ask for a drawing ticket. One ticket per customer per each promotional day (3/8 and 3/9/19)
-Vendor Sampling (TBD). Try samples from various snack/drink vendors.
-Limited Daiso Balloons for the little ones. While supplies last
-Taiko Performance on 3/8/19 (Friday) only from 10AM to 10:30AM
Date: March 8 – 9 , 2019
Location: 40-24 College Point Blvd., Flushing, NY 11354
Ronin Gallery and Sato Sakura Gallery will come together this November to transcend time and medium in the collaborative exhibition Sakura: An Enduring Tradition. Ronin Gallery will present a collection of 18th – 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints that depict cherry blossoms, while Sato Sakura will evoke the blooms of our modern world through contemporary Nihonga paintings. With each gallery a leader in their respective field, this exhibition provides a rare opportunity to explore such important works side-by-side.
About The Sato Sakura Gallery
From the Sato Sakura Art Museum’s founding in Koriyama City in 2006, to its expansion to Tokyo in 2012, and most recently, the New York gallery in 2017, Sato Sakura strives to create an international appreciation for the allure and diversity of contemporary Nihonga painting.
Explore blended fashion as traditional Japanese men’s attire is mixed into modern concepts and designs. Spree Kingyo is a renown costume historian who promoted traditional kimono culture all throughout Europe, and the Americas. A wide variety of fashion shows, and educational lectures are credited to them. Working in conjunction with Spree Kingyo for this exhibit is the Japanese Coordinator: Kumi Shimizu.
There will be over two dozen outfits on display og Men’s Kimono Designs Designers include; Afrikan Kimono (Portugal), Akira (Japan), Logan Doggs (New York), Modern Antenna (Japan), Robe Japonica (Japan), Katsura Sunshine (New York & Japan), and more.
- Where: Oct 18th – 21st, 2019
- When: 889 Broadway – New York, New York 10003
“A new and super creative generation of Fashion Samurai is emerging in Japan and internationally ~ bravely setting out to redefine men’s Kimono styles ~ keeping tradition alive while infusing it with new life. Their unique ensembles make a lasting impression at weddings, Kabuki, theater, hip restaurants, or just hanging out!
For this ground-breaking exhibition, ten international designers and stylists from Japan, Europe, and the United States contribute their innovative designs. Urban, elegant, or practical, they are all refreshingly modern and avant-garde coordinations ~ showcasing the new wave of male Wafuku ~ off the beaten track, risky, whimsical, yet so worldly and sophisticated.”