upcoming events

Thirteen Crosby presents an array of events and demonstrations at the shoppe’s Atelier Bar, including the art of tea ceremony, sushi creations, and mixing your own signature scent. Subscribe to our mailing list to stay up-to-date on all events.

SUGAHARA GLASSWORKS New Collection 2019 Preview & Shopping Event
February 5th, 2019

Please join us for a special evening with Sugahara Glassworks and friends on Tuesday, February 5th. Sugahara’s latest collection will be on the view and also available to purchase with a complimentary milk pitcher. While enjoying shopping, taste Japanese sake, beer and chocolates served in Sugahara glassware.

Shop Sugahara and receive a gift! RSVP is required. Please register here.

Tuesday, February 5  5pm–8pm

past events

Meet the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fabric “KURUME KASURI”
January 25th – 28th, 2019

“Kurume Kasuri” is the most traditional style of fabric from Japan, that was registered as intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO in 1957. We will be showcasing a series of significant hand-worked fabrics from Sakata Orimono for the first time in NYC with CEO/craftman of Sakata Orimono, Kazuo Sakata on site. It is a very rare opportunity to see and learn more about this history, and dicuss possible collaboration with them.

Fabrics, napkins and Kimono-style jacket will be exhibited.

Friday, January 25  12pm–6pm
Saturday, January 26  11am–6pm
Sunday, January 27  12pm–5pm
Monday, January 28  11am–6pm

November 8th, 2018

14:00–17:00 For buyers, press, industry professionals. By appointment only.
17:00–19:00 Reception & craft techniques demonstration. Drinks and light snacks are served.

Curious Corners, hosted by Thirteen Crosby, is pleased to introduce traditional crafts from Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo was formally known as Edo, roughly from the beginning of the 17th century to the end of the 19th century. During this period, Japan limited foreign commerce and enjoyed three hundred war-free years under strong Shogunate governance. Shogun summoned master craftsmen from across Japan and designated a special district for them to live and work in the Edo capital. As craftsmen refined their skills to present the most impressive goods to Shogun and feudal lords, they also developed household items and recreational goods for the townspeople. Edo created the unique cultural forms of Ukiyoe, Kabuki and more in design, fashion and crafts.