POP UP SHOP SALE !!

August 17, 2018

POP UP SHOP SALE !!

ZENBU HOME POP - UP STORE SALE

WHEN: Sat 15 & Sun 16 September 2018

TIME 9 am - 5 pm on both days

That's right - a real, live, touchy-feely shopping experience! The good old-fashioned way!

If you are interested in all things Japanese (or simply love beautifully crafted homewares, decor, and fashion accessores) food&travel writer Jane Lawson of Zenbu Home & Zenbu Tours will be hosting a weekend event in Sydney featuring a collection of Japanese treasures from her travels.

Hand crafted ceramics (both rustic & contemporary), lacquerware, fabric/textiles, kimono, furoshiki, jewellery/ accessories, crafts, bags, washi (paper), stationary, incense, tableware, bamboo and trinkets. A mix of new, pre-loved and antique objects....

Most items will be on sale but we've also just purchased a range of new items which you'll get to take a first exclusive peek at... and... they will be available at a special pop-up only price if you grab them before they make it to the store!

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST REGISTER via this link  to attend the event.

FEEL FREE TO REGISTER FOR BOTH DAYS IF YOU AREN'T SURE WHICH DAY YOU'LL MAKE IT! ;)

**Actual address details will be provided just prior to the event.






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