It is with deep regret that we announce the cancellation of our Autumn pop-up shop, scheduled to start from 27 Mar for 10 days.
We feel it is important to respect the new social distancing measures and do our part in minimising any transmission for the better health of everyone.
Some of our partners’ items are available online, so please check and support local talent during these challenging times:
Sake net Australia (10% discount for a limited time)
Ms. Cattea (Free shipping for orders over $49 for a limited time)
Microcosm / Rikka studio / Paperazzi Design Studio / SQUARE+ROUND / Wasei-an / Colin Howard
For Simply Native, we’re planning a special online sale, including silent auction for our one-off exclusive items. Please follow us on Instagram @simplynativejapan and stay tuned for the exciting updates!
We hope the situation will improve and look forward to bringing new and unique hands-on craft experiences, and sharing amazing back stories of our collections.
A big thank you to our partners, especially Cubby Creative.
Looking forward to many future events together.
We’re back for an Autumn Pop-Up at Cubby Space!
Simply Native Pop-Up Store
and Workshop Series
27 March – 5 April 2020
at Cubby Space Redfern
114 George St Redfern NSW 2016
This autumn, immerse your senses and experience Japanese craftsmanship through collaborative workshops with Australian artists, craft stars and connoisseurs.
The store will feature unique products from Japanese artisans, ranging from ceramics and kitchenware, to homewares and scents, fabrics and textiles, and more!
We will also run a series of daytime and evening workshops, perfect for an alternative bonding experience with friends and family.
Opening Night (27 March)
Store Hours (28 March-5 April)
Please click the button above to browse currently available workshops. This schedule will be updated later.
Follow us on Facebook for information about the workshops or just pop into Cubby Creative during our store hours. Cubby Creative is a multifunctional creative site located in the heart of Redfern.