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Industry City's Japan Village is expanding beyond food and grocery with its new concept, “The Loft at Japan Village, inviting visitors to experience Japanese culture first-hand. The Loft explores themes of Japanese art, beauty, culture, food, and lifestyle by incorporating local and international Japanese businesses.
Daiso - A Japanese discount store carrying a range of over 100,000 products, including Japanese snacks, beverages, beauty supplies, kitchenware, stationery items, and much more.
BookOff - Japan’s largest chain of used bookstores. Merchandise handled include manga, novels, CDs, DVDs, video games, figures, apparel, and accessories.
Beauty At The Loft - A retail concept highlighting natural Japanese beauty products to the community, along with educating the New York beauty market on the benefits of Japanese cosmetics, skincare, body care, and hair care products. Beauty @ The Loft will also be providing in-house nail and lash services done by professional Japanese nails and lashes artists in NYC.
Setomonoya - Japanese pottery is one of the oldest Japanese crafts and art forms. Setomonoya At The Loft offers a wide range of Japanese Ceramics and porcelain goods, such as teapots, teacups, and bowls. Each one is uniquely handmade with passion and care.
Chashitsu - Bringing a traditional tea ceremony and Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha to Brooklyn where you can watch a master in a 15–20-minute experience.
In addition to these vendors and experiences, The Loft will continue to evolve and grow to include Japanese fabrics, educational classes, and more.
For more information, visit www.theloftatjapanvillage.com