Looking for one of a kind gifts while supporting community businesses? Our Asian American & Pacific Islander small business shopping guide has everything from books, to clothing, to kitchen. With almost 300 businesses featured, you're sure to find a stellar gift. Have fun!
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One-of-a-kind pieces like paper flower arrangements, wreaths, cards, + more. Everything is cut, hand sewed, glued, dyed, soldered, + wired by hand.
Focused on bringing greenery into the home + into our daily lives. Currently based out of Seattle, WA.
Producing laser cut + engraved details that inspire connection + thoughtfulness. Find engraved cutting/cheese boards, signs, cake toppers, + more.
West Coast influenced prints, totes, tees, + other items. 10% of profits are also donated to different organizations each quarter!
Family operation selling laser cut wood items ranging from ornaments, sign markers, coloring book activities to signs, kids' clothing, + everything in between.
The Wander Club helps travelers commemorate their trips with our handcrafted Wanderchains (essentially a keychain version of your passport) with engraved tokens for every trip.
the kimi collective is a calligraphy + design shop featuring home goods, prints, as well as wedding/stationery services.
Chunky is a project by Yellow Mascot Studio celebrating Asian+American culture and creativity. Everything in their shop is designed, handmade, and/or sourced by AAPI creatives.
Bunkado is a destination gift shop, still at its original location in downtown Los Angeles since 1946, supplying the community with items from Japan + beyond.
Mimochai is an independent storybook studio + shop sharing stories + products that encourage creativity, courage, + mindfulness in humans of all ages. Find prints, totes, apparel, accessories, + more.
Est. 2001 + features art exhibitions, fun house wares, gifts, stationeries, t-shirts, comics, plush, + toy figures from around the world. Giant Robot is often cited as the birthplace for Asian Pop Culture products + Uglydolls.
The husband-and-wife team has grown a lifestyle brand born out of the desire to infuse art + design into every day. Poketo creates collections of design-conscious goods to cultivate a creative lifestyle.
Located in Seattle, Sairen is a modern and creative shop filled with an eclectic mix of Japanese, Hawaii, and Seattle made goods.
Clean + approachable Korean skincare that is sulfate-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free, vegan, pH balanced, + gentle for all skin types.
Honey Belle is a natural beauty brand that started in a home kitchen, with products ranging from skincare/body products, tools, accessories, + more.
Love Pretty specializes in lashes designed for people with small, petite, or Asian eyes who love hand-crafted, no-fuss, easy to apply, comfort-first but also glamorous lashes.
WATO has roots with the founders' mother Noriko who taught herself how to make soap + studied traditional herbal/dyeing practices. Find products with natural ingredients + homemade dyes.
Handmade, small-batch soaps inspired by the founder’s love of food, science, scents, + beautiful things. Find cheeky donut/boba/dessert soaps!
Doe lashes are handcrafted silk lashes meant for all-day comfort and wearable 15+ times with care, fit for Asian eyes.
Orcé Cosmetics was created to set a new standard of beauty, where every skin tone is celebrated, acknowledged, + seen.
Plant-centered skincare, bodycare, wellness, and lifestyle goods for mindful moments
Skincare + makeup curated, sourced, + centered on the latest Korean Beauty technology, bearing in mind that the very best products are ones that nurture your most natural state.
Pink Moon creates eco-conscious self-care products created by women to offer support through all phases of life.
Plant-powered skincare from Hawaii. Crafted with traditional Pacific botanicals. Planet friendly.
A local Little Tokyo hardware store with tools, Japanese goods, + anything you'd need for your home/project. Owner Nori has been at the store since 1954!
Tortoise General Store is a dealer of daily tools that improve daily life + mature with their owner. A curated selection of timeless Japanese home goods with a story.
Studio Kō represents that connection to home, a sense of identity, + discovery of your past within products that are both contemporary + specifically of historical Korean context + interpretation.
Umami Mart sprouted into this world as an international food + drink blog in 2007. Over the years, it has grown into a Japanese kitchen + barware importing business, based in Oakland, CA.
Native of Tokyo, TOIRO's founder creates artisanal earthenware products loved by professional chefs + home cooks alike.
A modern balloon + party shop with a Pasadena brick & mortar carrying stationery, paper partyware, gifts, + a fully stocked balloon bar.
The Museum Store of the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) features distinctive Asian American merchandise for all occasions + generations. Your purchases help support the programs + exhibitions at JANM.
The Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc. has been an award winning non-profit voluntary educational organization since 1969 with a mission to educate the public about the great diversity of the Asian American experience, through the books distributed.
Paper Plant Co. carries curated stationery and houseplants of all kinds. They aim to create a space for an idyllic analog world. Stationery is the basis for all things creative + Plants improve productivity and increase innovative thinking. Perfect combination to get things rolling!
Husband + wife duo founded Yoseka Stationery in 2017 as a way of introducing Asian stationery to the US with roots in Taiwan at Neil’s parent’s stationery store.
With sustainability + excellence at its core, Salt Paper Co. prioritizes recycling + reducing waste, without compromising quality in all stationary + custom products.
Dimsum inspired stationery and toys with the dream to help introduce dimsum to the world, to bring people (back) into the Chinatown neighborhood, and to spread the love of this beloved cuisine and cultural ritual throughout the world.
Founded by a Nikkei American artist, a stationery and paper goods company run out of a home studio. Endearing illustration and clever wordplay are infused into the designs, which can be found on greeting cards and postcards, stickers, art prints, recipe cards, and washi tape.
Founded by sisters Alice and Doris, ilootpaperie is an adorable collection of cheeky stationary, pins, greeting cards, and so much more! Bound by a love of paper goods, funny drawings, and a keen appreciation for puns, they firmly believe in aiding and abetting others to steal hearts through their loot of cheeky, colorful musings.
MAAARI is the dream of modern design rooted in consciousness + inspired by Philippine culture. Founded in 2016 + run by two Filipina-American women, Ivy and Jeanette are storytellers + designers dedicated to honoring their roots + reimagining age-old traditions.
Shibui Wood and Designs is a home décor studio focusing on custom built furniture where everything is handmade in California. A family owned shop that's rooted in Japanese aesthetics, inspired by the beauty of Japanese designs that are simple yet serve an everyday purpose.
Founded in 1971 as a small “friendship” store in NYC's Chinatown as a place to find just about anything: from Buddha statuettes to rice snacks to chopsticks, + things you can’t even name.
The Give Store started as a small vendor at local farmers markets + at artisanal events, meeting extraordinary people making amazing products. Those experiences inspired the store to bring in products from small makers, not only from local artists, but from the US + all over the world.
HIGHTIDE is a brand established in Fukuoka, Japan in 1994, specializing in office supplies + stationery with HIGHTIDE STORE DTLA opening in July 2017. The store is inspired by local Japanese stationery stores with shelves crammed with notebooks, pencils, erasers, pen cases, cheap sweets, + toys.
At HÖMAGE in Pasadena, you will find a space filled with beautifully crafted goods curated by owner, Jill Pearson. Emerging + experienced artists' work sit side by side with unique gifts + handmade jewelry.
A cozy concept shop for feel-good spaces + more intentional living, curating sustainable goods from small-batch makers + mindful brands tryin' to do things differently.
Capsules that are customizable, leakproof, magnetic containers designed to maintain your routines – home and away.
Floral designer in Costa Mesa, California. Dried & preserved floral for decoration pieces, as well as for weddings + events
Located in Little Tokyo, CA, traditional Japanese and Urban styles of
floral arrangements, exotic plants, and bonsai.
Located in Somerville, Massachusetts near Boston, select gifts that deem well-designed and well-made, including but not limited to Japanese Dento Kogei items.
Located in Eagle Rock, LA ACORN is the collaborative creation of Erin Tanaka and Laura Tanaka, mother and daughter native Angelenos. Shop with goods for home, gifts, and garden.
The Pop-Up Mākeke is an online marketplace that centralizes hundreds of Hawaiʻi’s small businesses and showcases their talent and unique products for the world to enjoy.
Little Tokyo based streetwear brand, notoriously without an online store to encourage supporting the LT community, but online this season with tees, hoodies, hats, + more.
Celebrating Japanese American culture, CRFT blends modern cultural influence + heritage.
An unapologetic brand specifically with women for small boobs, starting with bras (in cute + comfy styles, too!)
Online retail + subscription company for the pretty pairs of undies. Their subscription on a mission also donates pairs to women in need at local shelters.
Textile brand partnering directly partnering with weavers in India to create beautiful bandanas, scarves, + home textiles.
Los Angeles based community-driven streetwear brand focused on storytelling for activists, trendsetters, + warriors for change.
Kaira Active’s founder stepped away from the fast fashion industry to create a sustainable, thoughtful, + versatile activewear brand.
Haitian-American + Filipina-American duo championing maximalist/minimalist sustainable clothing.
Based in Oakland, CA, Akashi Kama brings modern products designed + influenced by the Japanese-American experience.
“Bringing East Coast chic to West Coast charm” with a selection of women’s apparel + accessories.
Founded by three sisters, CYT & CO. aims to create a multitude of art forms that celebrate the Asian American experience.
Los Angeles based clothing brand dedicated to making well-designed clothes sustainably, ethically, + locally for everyday (kid/maternity-friendly, too!)
Reclaiming “ugly,” embracing authenticity, + building a family based on inclusiveness, promoting acceptance in race, gender, orientation, culture, + ability.
Based in Hawaii, designer duo creates uncomplicated, yet feminine tops, dresses, jumpers, + sets that are both comfortable + versatile.
Creating lasting pieces with a mix of romantic undertones + comfortably structured pieces, committed to empowering others, supporting underserved communities + nonprofits.
Streetwear designed with dreamers in mind - shop hoodies, tees, + more influenced by classic sportswear/street style.
Apparel company set to redefine what it means to be a modern Asian American woman - the AAGC brand platforms the next generation of AAPI women.
Brain Dead is a creative collective of artists and designers from around the world. With its disruptive, graphic-led approach, the brand takes its cues from post punk, underground comics, and the spirit of subculture as a whole.
KORELIMITED is a Korean streetwear clothing store based in Southern California. Wide selection of graphic tees, Korean culture apparel, and more.
Modern fashion company to bring Asian-American representation and inclusion to the traditional wedding industry.
Sundae School is a Korean streetwear clothing boutique. Shop for exquisite, one-of-a-kind shirts, masks, hoodies, bottoms, accessories and more.
Japanese designer & American vintage, located in Japantown mall + 1605 haight street
Located in San Francisco, Soko celebrates the resilient, diverse community of San Francisco’s Japantown - past, present and future.
Clothing with the inspiration of translating the negative space of our experiences. Tangible expressions on lasting garments.
The inner echelon is a contemporary lifestyle brand based on a passion for art, apparel, and community.
Honolulu-based apparel brand for men and women. Producing specialty goods inspired by a surfing lifestyle and the culture of Hawaii.
Noʻeau Designers is home to over 150 small businesses including Native Hawaiian-owned, made in Hawaiʻi products, and locally based brands.
Designed in Hawaiʻi by 2 sisters, Kamala and Kaila Lizama, the ʻIWA Athletic Company strives to provide quality athletic wear at a reasonable price.
Lei as in a flower necklace. Kinis short for bikinis. Exclusive Island essentials and buttery soft swimwear designed by Native Hawaiian owner, Leina Palama.
Moody Goose Vintage is a new vintage collaborative featuring over 20 unique vintage curators and craftspeople in one SF storefront.
Established in 2020, Kiosk Boys opened their storefront (kiosk) located outside of Weller Court in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. Their brand brings a new perspective to style and fashion inspired by Japanese influences.
Find high quality curated coffee beans, tea products, equipment, merchandise, + more from the Highland Park-based LA coffee shop.
Located in LA's Chinatown, try Thank You Coffee's hojicha latte, Thank You latte, + various drinks/baked goods in collaboration with local makers.
Based in Los Angeles, Cafe Dulce serves coffee, tea, seasonal creations, donuts, treats, + more, rooted in supporting the community.
The two female founders started Three Gems Tea to make tea breaks easy. The three gems for getting the most out of your cup? Keep it good, simple, + fun!
Us Two Tea represents the second generation of Asian Americans + is making tea culture more accessible to people in the U.S to speak in a way that coffee connects people: inclusive, welcoming, + accessible.
Born from a love of process and everyday quality, Maru is inspired by all things analog + the simplicity of good coffee. Based in Los Angeles, but ships coffee beans, equipment, + more domestically.
First ever Vietnamese-American-owned importer + roaster of green coffee beans from Vietnam in New York. Shop coffee, merch, gifts + more, celebrating diversity in the coffee community.
Beautiful skin starts from within, + tea has always been at the center of that conversation. Common Clover is a love letter to those open to rewriting how we incorporate tea into our wellness + beauty routines.
Woman-owned South Asian beverage brand. Authentic, small batch masala chai tea concentrates and DIY blends. Direct-sourced organic and biodynamic tea + organic spices.
Small batch Southern California Coffee Roaster continuing for three generations. Women-Owned.
Family owned coffee shop located in Lomita with a team centered on treating everyone like family.
Den's Tea is a Japanese Green Tea specialty store. Their goal is to provide you with the highest quality, freshest and most authentic Japanese Green Tea
Serving high quality Boba Milk Teas using loose-leaf teas, real milk, and organic cane sugar -- Based in San Diego, CA
Pono Potions is based on the island of Oʻahu specializing in naturally flavored syrups for coffee, cocktails and culinary creations.
We believe coffee shouldn’t be so confusing. So, after a decade in the coffee industry and tasting over hundreds of coffees, we’ve created a coffee selection experience that is easy and effortless.
Amazake Co.’s mission is to share the benefits and pleasure of traditional Japanese fermented food with people all over the world. We make our products using time-honored methods, the highest quality ingredients, and a seasonal approach.
A modern, Asian-inspired beverage company that is shaking up your routine! We’re here to refresh your daily siptual with tasty oat milk lattes using tea and bring Asian-inspired flavors into the mainstream and set a new standard for caffeinated beverages
Reviving LA made craft sake after 70 years. Award-winning craft sake and beer brewery located in the East of LA County
Japanese American founded LA based classic cocktail inspired seltzers made with natural sweeteners
Think plant store meets coffee shop meets local gift one-stop-shop. The two hapa founders have curated a place for plants + community in West LA.
Family-owned + operated on the Eastside of Los Angeles, Echo Garden provides a variety of houseplants, ceramic pottery, trees, succulents, cacti, + more.
San Gabriel Nursery & Florist is one of Southern California's largest + most complete garden centers. Family-owned + operated since 1923 with extensive knowledge about the plants, climate, + growing conditions conducive to Southern California.
Serving the Westside of Los Angeles for over 80 years, find outdoor + indoor plants including seasonal annuals, perennial shrubs/ground covers, succulents, vegetables, herbs, fruit trees, sod, + houseplants.
Rooted makes the plant-buying experience more fun, convenient, + accessible in the most sustainable way possible, providing affordable plants with fresh, educational content to guide you on your journey.
The cutest modern, personalized pieces + gifts for babies, kids, littles - all of the above!
Family-run business with apparel, toys, and gifts for kids; all sourced in the US. Their platform also raises money and awareness for a variety of causes.
Open, fill, and close baby bottles with just one hand so the other is free for a baby, sibling or multitasking!
Kids' boutique stocking colorful Japanese clothes for ages 0-7, plus accessories & toys. Carries popular characters like Sonny Angels, Miffy, and Monchhichi.
Kira creates the softest garments, printed with the happiest hand drawn illustrations. Each garment is sewn with love in sunny California and most pieces are made with a signature organic cotton fabric and garment dyed for the softest vintage feel.
Founded by a Hawai'i mom/teacher, Keiki Kaukau creates beautiful toys that represent the Aloha State's unique blend of cultures.
Kids fashion styles that are cute, quirky, elegant, and premium quality of garments made in Korea.
An English Mandarin bilingual children’s book that captures nostalgic Asian snacks written by an Taiwanese American author.
Everything is handmade with the utmost TLC by the brother + sister duo with ingredients coming from local, organic farmers whenever possible with a percentage of sales going to charities around the world.
Artisanal ice cream inspired by travel, with unexpected flavor combinations precisely formulated to ensure a creamy texture that’s light on the palate, regardless of whether it’s made with 100% organic milk from straus family creamery or dairy-free.
Fugetsu-Do has been a family owned + operated confectionery store in Little Tokyo since 1903. Japanese rice cakes, more commonly known as mochi (rice cake) and manju (sweet bean-filled rice cake), are the staple.
Japanese confectionary based in Sacramento established in 1963. They use the finest ingredients in creating a family tradition of confectionary in only three remaining Japanese manju shops in Northern California.
Wagashi & mochi shop in Gardena, California. Japanese rice cakes, more commonly known as mochi (rice cake) and manju (sweet bean-filled rice cake), made fresh everyday with delicate seasonal designs
Located in Redondo Beach, Kirari West is a family-owned gluten free bake shop that originated in Japan, with the concept of creating delicious pastries with quality rice flour instead of wheat.
Japanese Bakery in Los Angeles. Their menu offers authentic Japanese breads with American-influenced pastries that fit the taste of LA customers. They also own an authentic Japanese cuisine & Sake Bar called 'Sake House Miro' right next door.
Inspired by childhood nostalgic treats, made with an Asian twist. Creator of #MochiKrunchies
Freshly made quality bread handmade using 100% Hokkaido flour, additive/preservative free dough. Locations in Anaheim and Little Tokyo.
From ingredient sourcing to preserving processes, Ayako & Family + its second generation of jam makers produces jams + preserves with the recipes the founder's mother created nearly a decade ago.
The founder of DeLight is a pastry lover who trained in a pastry school in Paris. Ever since moving to Los Angeles, she sought to create special sweets that can bring love + attention to the people we care about, and her delicious custom butter cookies were born.
Founded in 2018, Buttery Popcorn Co. has been serving up small batch, artisanal popcorn throughout Southern California. Choose from fun flavors like matcha, Chamoy, cinnamon toast, + more!
A sister duo started Omsom to bring proud, loud Asian flavors to your fingertips any day of the week. An Omsom starter is a pantry shortcut, combining all the sauces, aromatics, + seasonings you need to cook a specific Asian dish. Recipes are provided.
Diaspora Co. is a direct trade, single-origin spice company dedicated to building a better spice trade by putting money, equity, + power into the hands of Indian farmers. Shop spices, build a trio, + explore flavors + recipes.
MìLà delivers authentic Chinese Street Food to you. Steam soup dumplings at home in just 10 minutes. Enjoy xiao long bao in pork, pork & shrimp, or chicken.
Tea Master is a Japanese matcha cafe and green tea shop located in the Little Tokyo neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles serving authentic, rich matcha.
Founded by two mothers, mission of providing nutritious meals to women throughout all stages of their pregnancy. Combining eastern food therapy and nutritional science
Located in Artesia and San Gabriel, thoughtful Asian American food, beverage, & design to inspire & uplift.
A family of female chefs looking to spice up your everyday meal. Shop their famous "Garlic Chili Oil" as mentioned in LA EATER.
Neighborhood superette & coffee roaster in Little Tokyo, LA. Tastefully curated goodies & small batch essentials from AAPI brands
Farm-to-pint ice cream made in San Diego, CA/ Available at Chino Farm every Wednesday-Sunday
A gourmet superette in LA Chinatown with a curated collection of goods from AAPI brands.
Based in LA, your Yaki Papis are Hideki, Louis, Nemo, and Zion. Bound by a mutual love of music, food, and culture, the three started cooking yakitori in 2018 out of a desire to eat good food.
Chingoo Snack Mix is a specialty homemade snack mix that is made in small batches, based in LA.
Small batch custom cakes, desserts, and and pastries using quality local organic ingredients by Steph Chen.
Located in New York, bread, pastries, kitchen, coffee. Seasonal menu w/ ingredients sourced from local NY farmers.
Yasukochi Family Farms is rooted in San Diego, CA, providing produce, recipes, + more to surrounding communities. If you're local to San Diego, check out their Community Supported Agriculture produce boxes with farm fresh goods.
Ice cream shop located in NY, NJ and CT with a decadent blend of cream and culture. All of the flavors are handcrafted, keeping all ingredients and spice balance in mind, highlighting the nuances of South Asian cuisine.
Since 1940, dedicated to providing all families with quality products and educational experiences through seasonal vegetable/fruit picking, produce stands, community supported agriculture, and seasonal community events. Located in Irvine, CA.
4th generation family owned and operated farm. Grown with love and sold at Torrance, Cerritos, and Hollywood farmers markets
Takahashi Market was started back in 1906 by Issei immigrant, Tokutaro Takahashi. This family owned and operated market has served the San Francisco Bay Area community for four generations.
Japanese snacks and candy subscription boxes. Indulge in authentic Japanese food, sweets and tea with Sakuraco’s monthly boxes. Ordered online, delivered worldwide.
Family run vegetable shop since 1969. The farm is famous for its sweet corn, strawberries, and tomatoes, but it also grows hundreds of varieties of other vegetables and fruits each year
Discover Japan through snacks! Get curated Japanese snack subscription boxes of authentic Japanese treats, candies, and teas delivered to your door.
Chikiriya is a 168-year-old tea house from Kyoto in Japan. Taste our teas and enjoy your wonderful trip to Ancient Kyoto.
Located in Little Tokyo plaza, a Little Tokyo legacy business with traditional Japanese snacks imagawayaki, mitarashi dango, takoyaki, karaage, shuumai, and more.
A granola brand that was inspired by traditional Korean flavors with a mission to deliver clean and nutritious ingredients to the breakfast obsessed.
Tofu made in Gardena, CA. Delicate yet firm. Smooth yet viscous. Unpretentious yet sophisticated. Love it by itself or with a little sea salt and negi. Also available in local Japanese grocery stores.
Loved by the community for over 34 years, pastry shop whipping up traditional French sweets with Japanese flavors.
Chinese American, women-owned food company dedicated to making modern Chinese American pantry staples that are nostalgic yet novel. Known for their Black Sesame Crunchy Butter, is a twist on peanut butter created from a family heirloom recipe for glutinous rice balls, passed down three generations.
Dad, Mom and daughter team bringing a little love from their Ohana to yours, with their Chili Pepper Waters and Jellies.
Founded in 1956, the last remaining Japanese restaurant in Boyle Heights serving Japanese comfort food. The restaurant can still be found at its original location on East First Street, two blocks east of Soto. Fifty-six years later, the warm mojo of the small dining area radiates the Japanese tradition of Boyle Heights.
Located in Buena Park, a farm to table restaurant utilizing produce from their farm.Jake and Tetsuko take pride in bringing their community together through quality food, living a healthy lifestyle and giving back.
A bento restaurant in LA, Guzzu Bento-Ya takes influence from Japanese tradition & Los Angeles lifestyle to create a unique experience thru food and art.
Neighborhood corner store with LA inspired sandwiches along with local coffee and tea located in Koreatown, LA.
Located in Torrance, CA, a family owned sushi restaurant with traditional Japanese interior dedicated to creating community.
Located in Gardena, CA, traditional edomae-style sushi restaurant. Serving the community since 1978.
If you're looking for a chirashi bowl or some fresh nigiri, Sushi Yoshi is the spot to go to. Run by a single sushi chef and, currently this restaurant is takeout only.
Family owned and operated in Gardena, California since 1962 serving sushi with a homey taste that evokes family gatherings, celebrations and summer picnics. Their signature white box tied with a green string offers just six varieties: ebi, norimaki, inari, saba, California roll and tamago.
Run by a single sushi chef, where you can experience and taste authentic Japanese sushi in SoCal. Omakase available.
Located in Gardena, CA, down-to-earth noodle bar offering a traditional Japanese menu of ramen soups & rice dishes.
Azay is the homecoming of Chef Akira as he explores the intersection of history, cuisine, and community in the former space of Anzen Hardware, Little Tokyo with Japanese French cuisine.
Located in Little Tokyo, serving Japanese comfort food from tonkatsu to their beloved House Special for over 40 years.
Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, Little Tokyo's nighborhood bar focusing on Japanese whisky and craft cocktails.
Located in Little Tokyo, ramen & other Japanese comfort food, popular with late-night diners.
Located in Little Tokyo, chill gastropub with American & Asian food, like burgers & sushi, plus beer & cocktails.
Located in Gardena, quaint, casual eatery & bakery featuring Japanese-influenced pasta dishes & housemade breads.
Located in Gardena, compact, family owned izakaya since 1997. Low-key sushi spot dishing tempura, Japanese entrees & housemade noodles.
Noodle house serving an udon-focused menu of Japanese comfort food in a traditional setting.
Akane Chaya is an authentic Japanese Restaurant that has been proudly serving in the heart of Gardena and beyond since 1991 with Japanese-style pasta dishes, curries & combination meals offered in a subdued atmosphere.
Fukagawa has served the Japanese community in Gardena for more than 30 years. Giving you a taste of Japan right in LA for an authentic Japanese breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
With two locations in Torrance and known for their soba, an eatery preparing traditional Japanese soups, noodles, rice dishes & fish.
Their menu offers a variety of tasty sushi creations and traditional Peruvian dishes, along with unique selections which highlight the Japanese influence in Peruvian cuisine.
A Ramen Izayaka Restaurant with also various menu's such as our rice dishes. Our menu consists of over 100 items and you can either enjoy eating ramen or drink and dine with our hand made appetizers.
Authentic Japanese Cuisine & Sake Bar located in Los Angeles, CA with sushi, rolls, ramen, soba, udon, and yakisoba. They also own a Japanese bakery called 'Roji Bakery' right next door.
The cutest hair accessories/uniquely designed hair claws proudly manufactured in China to commit to furthering responsible manufacturing practices.
Hand-marbled, formed, + assembled statement jewelry with minimal design that focuses on earth tones + geometrical shapes.
Handmade statement + simple jewelry. All of Littlest & Co.’s beautiful pieces are wrapped + ready to be gifted.
A mix of handmade + curated jewelry that can be worn everyday while being affordable. Perfect for the everyday minimalist
Frustrated by the lack of comfortable eyewear options for diverse face shapes + sizes, the female duo teamed up to create an innovative approach to fit + design.
Handmade jewlery, Japanese Canadian owned. Currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Using 14k gold-filled, .925 sterling silver and gold & silver plated metals, freshwater pearls, Czech glass beads, and vintage glass and lucite beads from France, Germany and Czech Republic.
Vintage, estate and pre-loved solid gold jewelry (10k - 18k). Japanese American woman owned.
Built around principles of making carefully considered, purpose driven, foundation pieces you can depend on. Handbags made exceptionally with animal-free materials.
Everyday wear jewelry with high-quality materials to last forever. They are simple, delicate, and sophisticated to complete your daily look.
Founded by two women, a functional tote with Asian inspired prints and designs. Totes are designed with an inner pocket protected by a zipper.
Female owned and operated small shop based in Los Angeles. A demi-fine jewelry brand that focuses on high quality jewelry that is easily accessible.
Sunglasses made for various nose bridges, widths and adjustable frames to provide the perfect fit for every woman. Hawaiian owned
Jewelry, art, apparel drawing inspiration from precious memories made both in California and in Beijing. Based in Brooklyn.
Handbags and accessories designed to be deceptively practical so you can be effortlessly impeccable
The creators of the original SPLASH-PROOF travel bags, ALOHA Collection pouches are perfect to stow damp swimsuits, active wear post workout, accident-prone toiletries when traveling, make-up, and are most commonly used as a fun clutch.
Pine Tree & Myrtle is a small-batch home goods studio with a philosophy to create something that doesn't just clutter your house - an item that will be cherished and used, then used again + again. Shop candles + gift sets.
Handmade candles, diffusers, perfumes, and car air fresherners committed to sustainability and ethically sourcing products.
kuzu is a small home studio based in Los Angeles, CA with the goal to share the vision of the intersection of design, scale, texture, + function through beautiful handmade ceramics.
The oldest store in Chinatown, New York. Home to community initiative, W.O.W. Project, with a mission to sustain ownership over Chinatown's future by growing, protecting + preserving Chinatown's creative culture through arts, culture, + activism.
Husband and wife duo turned to candle making/creating as an escape from the chaos of the Intensive Care Units (ICU) both worked in as Registered Nurses (RN). Whispering Wicks, reminiscent of the wooden wicks used, also donates 5% of sales to a non-profit each quarter.
Candles, bodycare, and home goods focused on mental health and awareness, LGBTQIA+, Womxn-owned
Luxury candles inspired by Asian flavors poured in New York City. Toxin, Paraben, & Phthalate-free.
A Vietnamese-American owned company making candles inspired by the founders' heritage + personal experiences. Sach represents the LA-based Vietnamese-American couple's hope of creating meaningful, worthwhile products that also happen to be eco-friendly.
Named after the phrase “Lingua Franca,” meaning “common language” Franca has its roots in the multicultural heritage of their co-owners to create playful + modern ceramic products that allow for the appreciation of details without overloading the senses.
Alyson Iwamoto is a native Los Angeles ceramic artist, working in clay for 20 years, deeply influenced by her Japanese heritage + LA roots. For nearly a decade, Alyson was a ceramics instructor to children at Inner-City Arts, a non-profit organization.
Ceramic pieces handmade in LA with custom orders available. Dishwasher, microwave & oven safe.
Japanese inspired scents, candles, room sprays, and apparel. Located in the second floor of Bunkado in Little Tokyo, LA.
Based in Seattle, Japanese American candles + shower steamers brand. Retail / candle studio, Seattle candle refills, and candle making events.
The original boba scented candle with milk tea, asian snack, and seasonally inspired scents.
Eco-conscious soy candles for the everyday life. Hand poured in small batched in the heart of Los Angeles, California.