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Curated products from Japan at WAZA shop

raden glass by Amano Shikki 

WAZA Shop

WAZA introduces both modern and traditional items, as well as those that bend the boundaries between the two. Our 2nd level space showcases an eclectic mix of sample products that are available to purchase online to offer a hands-free shopping experience, that reflect the several facets of Japanese culture including: dining, home, fashion, and more.

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For more information, call (646) 588-0224.

In-Person Shopping Hours:
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Below hours are subject to change. Please call (646) 588-0224 for confirmation. 

June, 2024
Mon. – Sat. | 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

“Yes, KAWAII is Art” Exhibition Related
Products Available In-Store for a Limited Time

In celebration of the opening of JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles’ newest exhibition, “Yes, KAWAII is Art -EXPRESS YOURSELF-,” WAZA is presenting a special collection of kawaii (meaning “cute” or “adorable”) products, including items by Japanese artist and “King of Kawaii” Sebastian Masuda and his fashion shop 6%DOKIDOKI. Visit our shop in-person to purchase.

“Yes, KAWAII is Art” T-shirt
6%DOKIDOKI x CA4LA Yummy Headwear (Pastel-Bucket Hat)
Time After Time Capsule -Bear- Mini Mascot Key Chain Charms
Emotional Bear By Sebastian Masuda Art Special Edition
Sebastian Masuda Time After Time Capsule Bear Mascot Pass Case
Charmy Monster Poach Friend
Kawaii String Incense and gift boxes
“Yes, KAWAII is Art -EXPRESS YOURSELF-” Postcard Set


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About WAZA
Founded in 2011 in NYC, our mission is to showcase traditional Japanese techniques and modern design. Combining the Japanese concepts of “Wa,” an ancient word for Japan that also means harmony, and “Waza” for master craftsmanship, we derive our name out of respect for our heritage and the skill developed through our history and culture.

wallet by Morfo

bag by Fumikoda

green vessel by Koizumi Seisakusho

colorful bows by Nagashima

glass vessels by Amano Shikki

Dainobu soy sauce

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