All Things Japanese Sale at JCCCW this weekend

The Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington at 16th and Weller is hosting their second annual All Things Japanese Sale Saturday and Sunday. All items are either made in Japan or have a Japanese theme, and all proceeds will support the JCCCW.


Get ready for an exciting and competitive event this weekend! On August 25th & 26th, the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington (JCCCW) will be having its second annual All Things Japanese Sale from 10:00am to 3:00pm at the Cultural Center located on 1414 South Weller Street just off of Rainier Ave South. The JCCCW welcomes everyone for a very special shop until you drop event for Japanese items at affordable prices! All of the items sold at the sale are donated by the community and all proceeds will go toward supporting the JCCCW and its mission to preserve, promote, and share Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritage.

For experienced shoppers, there will also be a special Sneak Preview Night on August 24th from 6:30 to 8:30pm where shoppers can get a head start on shopping. The preview night will also feature a reception with refreshments and appetizers. Preview admission is $25 for JCCCW members or $50 for non-members.

The community can participate in the sale in three different ways:

·         Donate your Japanese items! We will accept all Japanese art, antique, household and collectible items in good condition until August 23rd.

·         Volunteer to work at the sale! We have volunteer shifts available from August 20-26! Email [email protected] to sign up. Volunteers will receive Sneak Peak benefits on Friday night and post-sale benefits on Sunday.

·         Come and Shop! Choose from an assortment of art, antiques, household and collectible items all made in Japan or with a Japanese theme!

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  1. The little tiny Hosekibako or “Jewel Box” thrift shop run by the JCCCW is easily the most interesting thrift store in the city. Plus, to get to it, you get to go through their small museum.

    Only open Thursdays through Saturdays, 10 am – 3 pm, it’s totally worth it if you are a Japanophile.