This is Kiteya's Typepad Profile.
Join Typepad and start following Kiteya's activity
Join Now!
Already a member? Sign In
Kiteya
Recent Activity
Image
Tomorrow is Mother's Day! We wish all the great mothers out there a wonderful day. If you still have not purchased a mother's day gift, it is not too late! We have many gift ideas that we can help you pick out.We can even gift wrap it beautifull for you, free of charge! Kiteya has items for every type of mom out there. We have geta sandals, soft bath towels, and incense for the moms' that love to relax. Amapora purses and wallets for the chic moms'. Scarfs and silk sakura coin purses for the moms' that love to be... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2012 at My Blog
Image
At last, we got spring season! Today is really sunny and warm day in NYC. Flont of KITEYA, Flowers of tree sees to bless spring. Today I saw a lot of people to enjoy shopping. I guess they came for spring clothes and easter! @ KITEYA has been having rabbite staff for Easter! We just decorated for our window. When you come to around SOHO, please step by! You may love them! M Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at My Blog
Image
最近は大分涼しくなり、雨模様の日も多くなっていますが、皆さん体調の方は大丈夫ですか? さて、来週の日曜日に今年最後のJAPAN TOWN,STREET FAIRがLEXINGTON AVENUEの93... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2010 at My Blog
Kiteya is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
Image
Welcome fall with bright and colorful poncho blouses that will lighten up any rainy or gloomy day like today:) Add some color to your wardrobe with Keiko Iida's beautiful pieces designed with traditional Japanese theme in mind! Be the highlight of any reception or party. Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2009 at My Blog
Image
きてやに最近入荷した、京都・西陣にある【細尾】のクッション、もうご覧になりましたか? 80年以上も続く着物と帯の老舗『細尾』が、新たに生み出したインテリアの優美、帯から作り出されたこれらのクッションは... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2009 at My Blog
Image
Pinched Pot Reception that Kiteya held on Sunday, October 11th turned out to be a great success. All guests enjoyed artful pottery pieces made by Kara March as well as her amazing snacks and desserts that she made especially for the event by her handsJ. Her unique and distinctive pieces left everyone touched, moved and inspired. A message from Kara: “In February 2008, I chose the name Kara no Te which means “Kara’s hands” as well as “empty hands” in Japanese. My work is entirely hand-built; I do not use a wheel. From One ball of clay, I slowly use... Continue reading
Posted Oct 16, 2009 at My Blog