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Momo

Momo | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

600 S Jackson St.
Seattle, WA 98104

Momo is a happy ‘hapa shop’ in Seattle’s Japantown, combining Asian and European influences. In the mix you’ll find clothing and accessories for men and women, eclectic home accents, and ‘omiyage’ - the perfectly presented gift. And just like in a Japanese ‘select shop,’ the owners affectionately handpick each item. Discover a delightful assortment of goods, from Saint James sailor shirts to antique Japanese cabinets, Cop-Copine frocks to kimono fabric adornments, and locally created jewelry to a Buddha for your boudoir. (A penchant for Spam is not required, but highly encouraged)!

Contact

Phone: (206) 329-4736
Website: Click to Visit
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