Shop a variety of unique, handmade gifts online at the 2021 Virtual Arts & Crafts Fair! Many of these independent artists rely on craft shows as their main source of income, so they appreciate your support. Be sure to tag the artisan(s) and NCCBF in your social media posts and include the hashtags #NCCBF54 #NCCBFVirtualFair!

Browse the artisans by category:
Accessories, Bags, and Beauty
Apparel
Artwork & Prints
Home Decor
Jade Chocolates
Stationery & Stickers


The Arts and Crafts Area is an outdoor marketplace featuring Japanese- and Asian-inspired cultural arts and crafts, curated by our Arts & Crafts Fair committee. This area is unique to this Festival as we invite independent artisans across the country who make and/or design all of their own products. You’ll find art decor for your home, apparel and lifestyle items, handcrafted jewelry, handbags, and plenty of special gifts!

At a future in-person Festival, stop by the Buchanan Mall among the famous Ruth Asawa Origami Fountains, on Buchanan Street between Sutter Street and Post Street. The Arts and Crafts Area will be open rain or shine from 11:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. PT on all four weekend days.

Get to know several veteran Arts & Crafts Fair vendors, including Kayako Designs, Sumofish, and WAKA.

Meet Kiyomi Takeda, former Arts & Crafts chairperson who helped make the Virtual Arts & Crafts Marketplace happen in her Committee Member Spotlight blog.

Arts & Crafts Area in 2019 Festival, photo by Kevin Frates