2017 Regular Booth Participants

Chopsticks NY® is a free monthly magazine introducing and promoting Japanese culture. Chopsticks NY® covers both Japanese culture in New York City and the current atmosphere in Japan and is written entirely in English. You can pick up Chopsticks NY® back numbers at our booth!


Our all-natural sugar exfoliator was designed with a focus on quality, discipline, and the beauty of simplicity. Sucremor’s ingredients are free of additives and sourced from local growers on the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan. Our disciplined approach ensures each grain of sugar is coated with the perfect amount of essential plant oils. This pure and natural exfoliator gently massages, exfoliates, and moisturizes your skin to leave your skin revitalized and renewed!

SAORI Worcester is setting up looms for people to weave their bracelets just in 10-15 minutes with our guidance. This activity is for all ages. SAORI weaving is a freestyle weaving originated in Japan. We will also have unique handwoven items for sale.

Do you know about Sodateru Towel?  It’s a new type of towel that gets softer and fluffier the more you wash and dry it.  Sodateru means ‘to raise’ in Japanese.  Sodateru Towel is rapidly gaining popularity in Japan and can now be found in several department stores around Tokyo.  We will sell many different types of Sodeteru Towels at the Japanese Festival; Hello Kitty Towels, Sports Towels, Bath Towels and more.  Come and feel the fluffiness of these extraordinary towels with your own hands!

ESpressions Design was created by Elisa and Sophia Ng in 2008.

We specialize in Origami and paper crafts. Our work involved all handmade 3D Origami creations, paper quilling art, Origami cards, sketchbooks, boxes and other paper crafts

We are selling Genuine Japanese native related items since 2000 in the U.S
and just want to introduce how Real Japanese items are Excellent both
Quality and Designs.

North Shore Japanese Education and Services

If you are looking for a Japanese language education program for your business or as an individual, North Shore Japanese Language Education and Services can help! We offer customized language and cultural education for individuals or groups in our Beverly office or at a site of your choosing. Whether for adults, college students, business professionals, or even something fun for children, we can structure a course that fits your needs.

Please visit our booth and see all that we have to offer.


NEJETAA supports JET program participants, former, current, and future, in bringing Japan and the United States closer together. Headquartered in Boston, we serve Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.”
This year, along with promoting the JET Program and connecting with JET participants and future participants, we will be handing out omikuji as a way to introduce Japanese culture and connect with everyone attending the festival.

Reborn Kyoto is a non-profit organization that aims to aid in the development of psychological and financial independence of women in developing nations. We achieve this by taking donated Kimono and Obi, and instructing how to sew and make upcycled clothing.

Josh Reisz- My booth will feature an assortment of prints based around crafts, toys, games, and food from all over Japan. I will also have an assortment of information about all the objects featured in the prints written up so that people can learn and understand what the objects are and the unique history behind them. When someone purchases a print, they will also receive a small sheet of written information that goes along with their print. Even if someone doesn’t purchase anything, they can still leave with some knowledge to hopefully further their interest in Japanese Culture.

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Tokio Skallion-