Sunday, September 22, 2013

New York

In August:

Baieido returned to the New York International Gift Show. Tokiyoshi Nakata, with some help from the girls from JETRO in New York, worked in the booth.

You must be a retail store to attend this show. If you do retail then you can find the information on the shows website.

Before the show Tokiyoshi and I visited some stores in New York, so I thought some of you who either live in New York, or plan to visit, might appreciate where you can go in New York City.

Kinokuniya is a Japanese Bookstore, the largest in Japan. They have carried Baieido for many years in Japan.

This year they began carrying Baieido in Manhattan. Their store is easy to find, it's located across the street of Bryant Park on the South side.

1073 6th Ave
New York, NY 10018
(212) 869-1700

Incense Display at Kinokuniya

Scent Elate is a boutique gift and scent shop in Manhattan. The store is packed with exotic gifts, aromatics, soaps, incense, and clothing.

We feel Baieido will fit in here very nicely and the owners are very interesting and knowledgeable. I really recommend a visit here.

313 West 48th Street
New York NY 10036

Inside Scent Elate

The Zen Shop is in their third year carrying Baieido. I stopped in and spent some time with the store manager, Chris. This store is in the Riverside Mall in Hackensack, NJ, but it's an easy train ride to Hackensack and Riverside from Penn Station, or you can take the bus from the Port Authority.

The Zen Shop at Riverside
1 Riverside Square Mall
Hackensack, NJ



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