Rafu Bussan

It’s Time for Rafu Bussan’s
SUMMER SALE
Starts Friday, July 31st thru August 23rd, 2015

JOIN US!!! From Friday, July 31st thru Sunday, August 23rd, we are having our
BIG SUMMER SALE & CLEARANCE with sizzling prices and lots of special markdowns
in conjunction with Nisei Week’s 75th Anniversary.

We have a big supply of specially priced glass cases, perfect for displaying a
special doll or enhancing a loved treasure piece.
Helps keep the dust off things while making the encased item look ultra nice!

It’s never too early to start holiday shopping…we have lots of new gift sets, bowls, serving pieces,
and of course, Gold Imari plates just perfect as a house gift or to use as a
party platter for those special occasions.

We have brought in a large selection of bento boxes, great to take to school, work or on an evening
outing at the Holly wood Bowl. We also carry adorable animal picks, vegetable cut-out forms,
and lots of sushi/rice molds to make your bento box eating experience a lot of fun.

DON’T FORGET!!!
It is the 75th Anniversary of Nisei Week starts on August 15th and ends August 23rd.
Stop by and shop, then check out exhibits and demonstrations that celebrate
our culture. The beautiful Nebuta float is coming back and making
its appearance during the Grand Parade on Sunday,, the 16th.

BRING IN YOUR OWN SHOPPING TOTES & BAGS…We support the City of L.A.’s efforts to go green.

See you in the store real soon!

Rafu Bussan, Inc.

There is history and tradition in the store itself. Rafu Bussan is a combination of the words "Rashogiri" an old name for Los Angeles, from which came "ra" and "fu" meaning prefecture. The word "bussan" means product. The store found its beginnings before World War II when Yuko Tanaka and Junichi Onishi founded Rafu Bussan in Gardena, California. During World War II, Mr. Tanaka was sent to an internment camp and after the war, they started the business up again delivering items such as rice, tea, rice bowls and chopsticks to the Japanese in Orange County and the South Bay communities. In 1958, Kiyoshi "Skip" Kawaratani and his wife purchased Mr. Onishi's share of the business and later, Mr. Tanaka's interest as well. Rafu Bussan continues to perpetuate Japanese housewares and gift items today.

We carry an extensive selection of:

Japanese China and Dinnerware
Arita
Kutani
Flower Arrangement Vases and Accessories
Shigaraki Vases
Traditional Iron & Metal Ornaments and Pictures
Hakata Kokeshi, and Classical Japanese Dolls
Laquer-ware
Kitchenware
Origami Papers and Books
Cookbooks
Japanese Foods and Snacks

We have four seasonal sales a year. Don't forget to join our mailing list. Please feel free to call us for further information on our products and sale dates.

 

Store Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday   10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS
Saturday & Sunday   10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

 

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