Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Kinka bringing art, food and plants to 7th Street

Photos by Steven

Kinka is opening a boutique on Saturday (April 1) at 63 E. Seventh St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue ... relocating here from West 19th Street. 

Co-founders EunYoung Sebazco and Tom Sebazco (above) were spotted at the space yesterday.

The official description of the business:
Kinka enhances diverse cultures through art, food & plants. Kinka aspires to build a bridge to connect offering a space to share. Kinka offers botanical programs year-round, exhibits artwork, conducts workshops & celebrates the changing of the seasons.
Aside from selling plants and artwork, Kinka offers a variety of events-classes, including "The Floral Art of Tea Ceremony" and "Learn to make your own Japanese Floating Garden." 

You can follow Kinka on Instagram here.


Anonymous said...

I sent the link for this to my brother, who lived in a top floor walk-up here in the mid 1960s.

Anonymous said...

I’ve been to the 19th street location several times. As a fan of art and design, I find it to be one of the most well-curated retail spaces in the city. The quality of everything in the shop is excellent and you will always find something that is perfect for your (or a close friend’s) aesthetics.

Anonymous said...

I’m intrigued!

Anonymous said...

This space was previously occupied by PopUp Florist, so glad to see the theme somewhat remaining the same. Wishing them all the best!