All Things Japanese Sale

The All Things Japanese Sale is a large rummage sale hosted by the Hosekibako: Japanese Resale Shop at JCCCW. The sale, hosted on the Japanese Cultural & Community Center campus, features a wide variety of Japanese items including dolls, furniture, fans, traditional dress, plush toys, jewelry, books and much, much more!  There is something for everyone with over one thousand antiques and collectibles on sale and prices starting at just $0.25.

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August, 2018

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Donating

If you have Japanese items that you’d like to donate, we’ll have drop-off days of Saturday, July 22nd from 10AM-4PM and Friday, August 4th, from 9AM-5PM Thank you to the community for your support and to the many volunteers who help make this event possible!  All of the proceeds raised by the All Things Japanese Sale will go toward supporting the mission of JCCCW to preserve, promote and share Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritage.Ways to Participate!

Accepted donations for the Sale:

  • Clothing: Kimono, Obi, Kanzashi, Geta, Sori, Haori, Hakama, Yukata, Jinbei, Handbags, Modern Japanese Clothing and Tshirts, Hats, Scarves, Happi coat, Hachimaki
  • Furnishings: Tansu, Hibachi, Byoubu, Kotatsu (table, futon), Lanterns, Chouchin (lamp), Shoji Screens, Vases, Screens, Zabuton
  • Kitchen & Cooking Items: Rice Cookers (syamoji), Mochi Machines, Donabe (hot pot) Sweets Molds, Hot Water Pots, Trays, Onigiri Kata, Knives
  • Martial Arts Items: Dogi (Karate, Judo, Kendo, Kyudo, Aikido), Kendo Shinai, Bows for Kyudo, Sumo Items
  • Ornaments & Giftwares: Kokeshi, Maneki Neko, Statues, Carvings, Metalwork, Okimono, Giftwares (new in the box), Figurines, Daruma, Uchiwa, Sensu (fans), Lacquerware, Tengu, Noh Masks, Dolls and Doll Cases
  • Tea Ceremony Items: Kyuusu, Yunomi, Kogo, Koro, Futaoki, Tetsubin
  • Tablewares: Chawan, Teapots, Tea Sets, Sake Sets, Chopsticks, Dinnerware, Dishes, Ceramics, Hashioki, Jubako,
  • Toys: Kendama, Tako, Hagoita, Koma (Tops), Syogi, Go, Mangekyo (Kaleidoscopes), Hyakuninissyu (card game), Hanafuda (card game), Plush Toys, Ninja Items
  • Seasonal Items: Hina Ningyo (Dolls), Koinobori (carp flags) New Years, Matsuri/Festival Items, Boy’s Day Items
  • Art: Japanese Scrolls, Ukiyo-e Prints, Paintings, Drawings, Calligraphy, Screens, Posters
  • Local Japanese American Artists: Shimomura, Matsudaira, Tsutakawa, Horiuchi, Nomura, Tokita, Sato, Takemore, Warashina
  • Anime: Studio Ghibli (Totoro, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle, Ponyo), Hello Kitty/Sanrio, Manga (ex. One piece, Naruto, Bleach, Dragon Ball, more); Plastic Models, Anime Figures, DVDs, Books
  • Textiles: Japanese Yardage, Furushiki, Noren, Sakabukuro Cotton Sake Bags, Sakiori, Katazome, Kaya Mosquito Netting, Tsutsugaki, Kasuri, Indigo, Shibori, Tenugui, Zokin
  • Specialty Items: Bunraku, Noh, Kabuki, Inui, Ikebana, Bonsai
  • Books: Japanese Books, Kasyu (Tanka- Haiku) Children’s Books, Art and Reference Books
  • CDs/DVDs: Music and Movies; Vintage and Contemporary
  • Tools: Nokogiri (Saws): Dōzuki, Ryōba, Azebiki, Mawashibiki, Kaeba, Oga; Chisels, hammers and measuring devices: Kanna, Nomi, Chōna, Ono, Tsuchi, Sumitsubo, Sumisashi, Sashigane, Kebiki
  • Musical Instruments: Shakuhachi, Koto, Taiko Drums, Fue, Shamisen
  • Incarceration Camp Items*: Handmade items – Furniture, Artwork, Jewelry, Woodwork, Carvings, Papers, Yearbooks, Luggage

(*) Items from the Incarceration Camps will not be sold at our sale – they will be donated to our NW Nikkei Museum

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