The Arts and Crafts Area features Japanese/Asian-inspired cultural arts and crafts. Curated by NCCBF staff, this area is very unique to this festival and features independent artisans who make and/or design all of their own products. It is located in the Buchanan Mall, amongst the famous Ruth Asawa Origami Fountains between Sutter Street and Post Street. The Arts and Crafts Area is open rain or shine from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on all four weekend days.

2018 Arts & Crafts Vendors

Apparel

  • Concepcion
  • Ito Clothing
  • Sumofish
  • Ultimate Oshima

Apparel & Lifestyle

  • 6 Degrees of Hapa
  • Be One / Nikonina
  • Digital Entheogens
  • Fantastic Fam
  • Fat Rabbit Farm
  • Goo Enterprise

Artisan Foods

  • Jade Chocolates

Fine Art & Prints

  • Caroline Young
  • Liang’s Photograph
  • Piximix
  • Ukiyo-e Heroes

Handbags

  • Lady Alamo
  • Trimitive

Handbags & Lifestyle

  • Camerino Pacific Rim Art
  • Waka

Housewares

  • Arakawa Pottery
  • Pigs Fly

Jewelry

  • 3 Fish
  • Colleen Toland
  • Cynthia Sasaki
  • Fabrications
  • JP Design
  • Kayoko Designs
  • MXM Jewelry
  • Yume Glass Art

Kids Apparel

  • Kota’s Kreations
  • Little Buddha Baby
  • Plants & Animals
  • Bamboo Whisperer
  • Lily’s Bonsai
  • Real Insect Company
  • Plushes & Lifestyle
  • BeeFy Co
  • Furry Feline Creatives
  • Visual You

Due to overwhelming demand, all booth spaces for 2018 are reserved. We encourage you to come out and see all of the arts & crafts on offer during the Festival dates!

If you are interested in being on our contact list for NEXT year’s festival, please sign up using the 2019 Festival Contact Form
If you have any further questions about participation, please email nccbf.artcraft@gmail.com.