Whether you’re looking for clothing to feed your Sol or make you go Cuku, or even if you’re just having a “ruff” day, 3 new businesses will be hosting a pouring station for the event on the Thursday, May 26. Island Sol Company is a retail shop with a selection of Hawaiian clothing, jewelery, footwear, and even snacks. Have need for some Hawaiian fabric, decals or CDs? They have these too. Aloha, ISCo and welcome to Sake San Jose!!
As a shop self-proclaimed to be “rooted from a melting pot of chicanos, south pacific islanders, tattooers and graff heads,” Cukui Clothing Company boasts a collection of eclectic neo-urban art and streetwear at their location on Jackson Street. This is a perfect flavor to add to the blend of Japantown.
Rounding out this trio at the tail end is Biscuits, a retail pet store that does more than throwing your dog a bone. For the dog or cat in your life, this pet boutique showcases products that are both natural and organic, and also offers services like teeth cleaning and nail clipping, and promotes the adoption of puppies in need a of a good home. “We are very excited to partake in Sake San Jose this year. Biscuits has been a part of Japantown San Jose since July of 2010, and we are very proud and excited to be a new addition to the community. We take pride in being able to provide healthy alternatives for local dog/cat owners and continue to build genuine relationships with our customers. Please stop by and visit us at 223 Jackson St, San Jose, CA. Also don’t forget to check us out at www.shopbiscuits.com for more information.”
Thanks to all participating Japantown businesses!! Sake San Jose raises a plastic sake sample cup to you!!