Pop-up Shops

Where to find us to shop in person!

What is a pop-up shop? 

It’s when The Kimono Kitsune hits the road so you can shop our specially curated range of new, vintage, and antique kimono and accessories in person.

This is your opportunity to meet the owner, discover unique pieces to transform yourself,  and, best of all, try before you buy! We’ve handpicked items that we know you’ll love!

Check out the schedule below so you don’t miss the next Kimono Kitsune Pop-up Shop!

Pop-up Shop

If you are looking for the events we are presenting at and/or attending, then please check out our Events schedule! Additionally, all of our confirmed events, pop-up shops, presentations, etc., also appear on our Calendar.

2024

Experience the art of shibari at Indy Rope Expo—2 days of immersive learning and discovery with 7 top riggers with 14 classes to advance your skill levels, as well as private classes, a play party, and vendors.

Hosted at SubSpace Indianapolis. Registration required (18+ event).

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This annual picnic celebrates the blossoming cherry trees in the Sakura Garden and features music, activities, concessions, shopping, and more!

Hosted at Michigan State University Tollgate Farm and Education Center (28115 Meadowbrook Rd, Novi  MI), 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Cost of admission is $10 per person (for ages 4 and under are free). Tickets are non-refundable and pre-registration is recommended.

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This annual festival features performing groups (vocal, instrumental, dance, and martial arts) that represent not only the 12 countries of Toledo’s sister cities (Brazil, China, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Poland, Spain, and Tanzania) but also many of the other ethnic communities of the Toledo area. There will also be a variety of food from at least 4 different countries, a Language Corner where a little bit of a different language is taught every half hour, activities, and much more! 

Organized by Toledo Sister Cities International and hosted at Oak Shade Grove (3624 Seaman Rd, Oregon OH), 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM [11A-6P (Family Time), 6P-10P (Adult Time)]. Cost of admission is $9 (for ages 16+).

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The Cleveland Asian Festival (CAF) is an annual celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month in Cleveland’s AsiaTown neighborhood. This festival highlights the diverse Asian culture in Northeast Ohio and features Asian cuisine, cultural performances, an Asian pop dance competition, martial arts, a trivia challenge, the world marketplace, and more!

Hosted in AsiaTown (E 27th St & Payne Ave, Cleveland OH), 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Free Admission.

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A farmer’s market-style showcase of local BIPOC+, women+, and immigrant-owned small businesses. It features family-friendly fun activities organized by the University of Toledo, Center of International Studies and Program. Other activities include music and performances from around the world including Molly’s Irish Dancers, Taiko Drumming, and DJ Amjad.

Organized by Women of Toledo. Hosted at Toledo Farmers Market (525 Market St, Toledo OH), 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Free admission and open to the public.

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Summer Bash will include events such as panels, anime karaoke, and gaming provided by Grand Finals Gaming. There will be a cosplay contest, local artists and vendors selling their items at the event, and more!

Organized by Otaku Detroit and hosted at Sheraton Detroit Novi (21111 Haggerty Rd, Novi MI), Times Saturday 10:00A-12:00M and Sunday 10:00A-7:00P. Cost of admission is $40 (2-day), $15 (2-day ~9 years old), or see the website for more options.

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This annual matsuri (festival) celebrating Obon will feature food, games, shopping, dancing, performances, kimono fashion show, cosplay fashion show, and so much more!

Organized by the Japan-America Society of Central Ohio and hosted at Riverside Crossing Park (6625 Riverside Dr, Dublin OH), 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Free Admission.

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This family-friendly art and comic convention features educational programming and demonstrations, cosplay, artists and vendors, and so much more!

Organized by the Defiance Public Library System and hosted at Northtowne Mall (1500 N Clinton St, Defiance OH), 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Free admission.

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Occupies the Grand Lobby and Lower Level of the Fifth Third Building to create a department store themed night market; complete with escalators, Santa, shopping, hot cocoa bar, food trucks, drinks and themed music!

Hosted at Fifth Third Building (One SeaGate, Toledo OH), TIMES TBA. Admission TBA.

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2025

Taking the name from the Japanese word issho, meaning together, this convention wants to focus on the attendees and follow Otaku Detroit’s store motto of “Community not customers!” This convention is filled with everything that fans look forward to: Artist Alley, Video Game Hall, TableTop Gaming Room, Cosplay contests, guest panels, celebrity meet and greets, Ribbon Game, and photoshoot meetups.

Sponsored by Otaku Detroit, a Black and queer-owned small business that focuses on anime and Japanese culture. Hosted at Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest (1275 S Huron St, Ypsilanti MI). Registration required.

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Experience the art of shibari at Indy Rope Expo—2 days of immersive learning and discovery with 7 top riggers with 14 classes to advance your skill levels, as well as private classes, a play party, and vendors.

Hosted at SubSpace Indianapolis. Registration required (18+ event).

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Would you like us to bring our pop-up shop to your event? Contact us!