Craft Vendors

MAH Museum of Art & History

Kids hands-on activities

Helen Aldana • https://santacruzmah.org

The Kids Zone

More hands-on activities for younger attendees!

The Better Bag

Hand-made Japan-themed aprons, bags, potholders, doll clothes, doggie clothes.

Violet Reeser • rees553@aol.com

ChibiJay Designs

Japanese-inspired crafts—origami papers, jewelry, chopsticks, tea light holders,

chiyogami pencils, and more!

Judy Mui • chibijaydesigns@gmail.com

Emiko Case

Calligraphy and cards.

emiko.case@gmail.com

Five Palms Jewelry

Biwa pearl jewelry.

Lesley Holtaway • fivepalmsjewelry@gmail.com

Harvest Land

Hand screen-printed T shirts, sweatshirts, bags .

E. Toyoka/N Matsuzawa • studio@harvestland.net

Heartfelt Gifts

Japan-themed bags, aprons, potholders.

Bonnie Chihara • kyoko55@gmail.com

Helen Klee Bonsai

Bonsai and cards.

Helen Klee • scbonsai@gmail.com

Watsonville Taiko

CD’s, tote bags,T-shirts, sweatshirts

www.watsonvilletaiko.org

Kay Miyamoto • millavok@yahoo.com

Nami Creations

Kanzashi hair ornaments.

Leila Kiba • leilakiba@gmail.com

San Francisco Taiko Dojo

SF Taiko information/T-shirts

Yuma Tanaka • taikodojo@earthlink.net

Shumei of San Francisco

Traditional farming/healing.

Jim Kashiwagi

Suzuki-Ya

Japanese tools: woodworking, gardening, cutlery.

Sayuri Suzuki • suzukiya@suzukitool.com

https://suzukitool.com

Yume Glass Art

Art clothing & accessories made from kimono; kiln-formed fused glass jewelry.

Yoshiko Suzuki • Yoshiko.suzuki@att.net 

JCF Main Table

JCF T-Shirts

Waka Ozawa

One-of-a-kind clothes & purses created from vintage kimonos and obis

Waka Ozawa • mitts@sonic.net

Silent Auction tables

Participate in our silent auction to support JCF and bid for an assortment of great items.