An epic holiday market is coming to Brooklyn. You get the MIKA + Upstairs holiday market experience, New York’s popular Japanese restaurants/chefs will get together at a Brooklyn chic dining establishment. We’re turning all 8,700 square feet of Mika in Brooklyn into a night-market featuring:
Mouthwatering popular traditional Japanese food menu (Ramen, Sea Eel Don, Kobe beef sushi, Takoyaki, Yakitori (Skewers), Bibimbap, Fried chicken, Gyoza, Hoji-tea pudding, Matcha tiramisu, Special sake flight tasting and more! ) by each restaurants/chefs/brands at Brooklyn chic dining execution, price range $10-$15
Prime Sirloin Beef Steak samples sponsored by Mt Fuji steak House * Only available for ticket holders
Sponsored drinks Asian flavor cocktails and Yuzu flavored mocktails by Drink Lunar, and Moshi * Only available for ticket holders
One of the most celebrated fashion illustrators, Izak Zenou will appear for live illustration! Super limited Holiday Edition Izak x Updatairs NYC ONLY 100 totes available! Portrait will be an One-Of-A-Kind holiday gift for your loved one and yourself!
Special Sake flight menu from Kato Sake Works & KUBOTA Sake
Selected local craft Sake, Beer, Wine, NY-cocktails
2 areas (outdoor patio and indoor), Large island bar, Pool table, Darts
Chef Hiroki Abe is a private chef, and was named Executive Chef at En Brasserie where it offered him the revered status as one of the most demanded chefs in the world. He was featured on Forbes for handmade Tofu dish. Martha Stewart recommended his chef's table on her blog, and he was featured on Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg collaborations food TV show "Potluck Dinner Party". Abe stood at the helm of the new second restaurant by En, Chateau Hanare, in Los Angeles in collaboration with the famed Chateau Marmon. He now has furthered his career as a private chef.
Handcrafted meticulously crafted Arita Porcelain jewelry. Crafted in Arita, Japan.
Arita ware is a broad term for Japanese porcelain made in the area around the town of Arita, in the former Hizen Province, northwestern Kyūshū island. The first porcelain made in Japan followed the discovery of porcelain clay near Arita near the end of the 16th century. Early wares used underglaze blue decoration, but by the mid-17th century Arita was in the forefront as Japan developed overglaze "enamelled" decoration in a range of bright colours.
The most popular Takoyaki in NYC, make 1,000 dishes each event and has always a long line! Karlsballs use carefully selected imported ingredients, and prepare fresh for each event. Karl has been featured on the cooking channel, vice action bronson show, CNBC, CBS, NHK japan bs1 and more.
Naruto Ramen serves traditional Japanese style ramen, there was a huge demand then they opened the second location in Brooklyn. The base of the soup is Shoyu ramen with a pork and chicken stock. Naruto Ramen uses original, handmade noodles in all of its dishes.
DADHI OKUME is the first dashi (traditional Japanese seasoning broth) store in the U.S., opened in October 2022 in Brooklyn. Founded in 1871, "Okume" is a long-established dry goods wholesaler at the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market with a history of over 150 years, based on the philosophy of "delicious food forever." We have more than 200 different types of food carefully selected by connoisseurs from all over Japan, and continue to support "fish diet" that represents Japanese food culture to this day.
In 2010, Menya Jiro was founded in Ibusuki City, Kagoshima District, Japan. MENYA JIRO won the championship at NY Street Ramen Contest several times. Now opening 3 shops in succession to New York.Menya Jiro bring the first “Kagoshima Ramen” to NY. Soy sauce and seasoning are sent directly from Kagoshima Prefecture in Japan. It’s sticking to the taste of Japan as it is.
Won the 3rd prize at the Konamon festival. Miyomacchi is a new face of Japanese street food brand. The authentic YAKISOBA is made with chewy noodles stir-fried with cabbage, pork, bean sprouts, carrots, aonori (dried seaweed), red ginger, and katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes
Kato Sake Works is a local craft sake brewery in Bushwick Brooklyn, Kato Sake Works offers local sake enjoyed genuinely. They are the neighborhood brewery that bridges cultures and reshapes the sake experience.
Generally delicate and tiny items are called "kawaii" in Japanese; miniature food is created with the Japanese miniature-art techniques of recent decades.
Hand-made in New York City with materials imported from Japan, these lightweight, unique, earrings are perfect for every occasion. By making accessories with the same materials Emi, founder of Riverside Wrapping, use for wrapping, allows her to combine the style, materials, and beauty of her multi culture backgrounds with the more modern aesthetic of her new home.
Japanese culture x Brooklyn Lifestyle is our brand concept. We keep our focus on quality, Not quantity. Japanklyn has founded to produce streetwear for all Japan lovers. We Love To Meet And Work With New People In Carrying Our Products.
Live Sumi sketch by Izak Zenou
3:00pm-5:00pm Limited Availability 3pm: First 15 guests or VIP tickets holder 4pm: First 15 guests or VIP tickets holder
IZAK ZENOU is one of the fashion & beauty’s most sought-after and globes top illustrators. We're thrilled to have Izak for Japanese inspired bamboo Sumi live sketch.
Izak has an inimitable way of telling emotional and graceful stories for high-end brands like Chanel, Lancôme, Celine, Sephora, Estée Lauder, le Printemps — to name but a few. More than any other, his 20+ year work for Henri Bendel on 5th avenue has shown every facet of his branding talents — from traditional prints to murals or windows, and from product decor and designs to artist in residence events.
Adopted by prestige magazines from day one of his career — from Vogue, Elle, Self, Marie Claire, l’Officiel, InStyle and Madame Figaro, to New York Times Magazine, New Yorker, Town and Country, WSJ or Travel & Leisure – he has become an icon for many of his peers in the design world, as well as for his ever-growing list of fans in New York, Tokyo, Paris and more. But the only praise he is after is the smile in the eyes of the next face he will draw today.
Spiritual and profound, yet with an infectious “ joie de vivre”
KABUKI Art is coming to Brooklyn
Artist : KAZUKI ONOHARA
Kabuki is a classical form of Japanese dance drama. Kabuki theatre is known for its heavily-stylised performances, the often glamorous costumes worn by performers, and for the elaborate kumadori make-up worn by some of its performers.
Kazuki Onohara worked as a Kabuki stage background painter for 12 years.
While in high school, he became interested in mural painting and started his career as a freelance wall and signboard artist. After graduating from the Image Creation Department of Asagaya College of Art and Design, he attended calligraphy and painting classes while working at a TV video production company, photo lab, and construction company in order to experience the wider world of creators. In his seventh year of working life, he was introduced to Kabuki props and worked as a background painter for 12 years. He became an instructor for a preservation group of the Agency for Cultural Affairs' selected preservation techniques, and aspired to become an independent artist. In July 2022, he joined Matsuyama Studio as an assistant.
Since 1969, the Mt. Fuji Steakhouse restaurants have served as New York’s and New Jersey’s premier destinations for Japanese Hibachi cuisine. Specifically, the Mt. Fuji Steakhouse restaurant at Hillburn, New York, is an architectural splendor situated on a 45-acre private mountain, making it an iconic landmark restaurant unlike others. In keeping with tradition, the Mt Fuji Steakhouse restaurants also offer fresh sushi, authentic Japanese dishes and a fine selection of sake.
Brooklyn local brand with Asian flavored cocktails, First Asian Craft Hard Seltzer. 100+ recipes and many trips to Asia later, Lunar finally created a recipe that perfectly blended the Asian flavors we love with the modern hard seltzer in a delicious, harmonious way. The fruits and ingredients that flavor each can of Lunar are brought over from the motherland. And that's also why Lunar products have real colors, real calories, and a touch of real sugar. No artificial flavors
New York local non-alcohol drink brand. Moshi made the brand to produce Asian drinks to go with Asian food using Yuzu flavor. Real Ingredients, Real Taste. With Moshi Yuzu, we have captured all the unique profiles of this prized citrus and created a sparkling beverage like no other.
Will tickets also be sold at the door? Yes, while supplies last.
Is the event open to the public? Yes!
Can I go without a ticket? Yes, but we recommend you get tickets for 3 reasons
(1) We will limit entry once near capacity, online ticket holders are guaranteed admittance, We closed the entry at last two events. * We make a VIP line for the ticket holder if the food line becomes too long, Sponsored drinks and Sampling food available ONLY for ticket holders. (2) If we have a long line for foods, we will make a VIP line for ticket holders. Sponsored drinks/Sample food available ONLY for ticket holders. (3) Helps us with demand planning and making the experience even better for everyone
How does check-in work? We’ll scan in your QR code at MIKA, and give you a wristband, one drink and food vouchers.
Can I come late than my ticket time? If you're late for your ticket time, entry will be permitted if space allows.
What if I cannot make it? Please refer to the refund policy below.
What if I lose food & drink voucher, wristband? Do not lose your wristband, food & drink voucher. We’re unable to replace these if you lose them. Use it or lose it ;)
12pm-4pm has more variety of free drink selection? We will prepare the same amount of free drinks 12-4pm and 4-8pm.
About Mika Mika has largely sourced local products for the bar, including Bushwick-based beers, local craft sake, food, and Finger Lakes wines with American – Japanese cuisine in Bushwick.
About Upstairs Upstairs NYC is a non-profit organization formed in 2022 based in New York City to promote friendly relations between New York and foreign countries.
With a focus on promoting learning and community engagement across 4 pillars: art and culture, lifestyle, technology, and food. The organization has regularly hosted panel discussions, held experiential events, cultural celebrations and socials.
REFUND POLICY The event fee is non-refundable. You can, on the other hand, transfer a ticket to a friend.
If an event is postponed, rescheduled, or moved, your tickets are still valid for the new date and no further action is required. Emails will be sent to ticket holders notifying them of any available refund options for the event.
Attendees must be 21 years of age or older.
Guests who test positive to COVID-19 will be unable to enter the venue. These guests are encouraged to contact [email protected] to book a future event.
TICKETING TERMS AND CONDITIONS In order for the purchaser and/or holder (hereinafter referred to as you “You” or “Your”) of a valid wristband or ticket (“Ticket”) to enter Night Market (the “Event”), You must possess a valid Ticket that permits access. ARTICLE 1: YOUR TICKET
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the purchase and/or use of a Ticket to, and/or entry to the Event shall constitute Your unconditional acceptance to be bound by any and all of the terms and conditions contained within this agreement (this “Agreement”) between You and Night Market to attend all or part of the Event.
For safety reasons, the Night Market reserves the right to, without any prior notice or compensation to You: postpone, cancel, interrupt or stop the Event; provisionally keep visitors on the Event site at the end of the Event; totally or partially vacate the Event site; and deny access to the Event site regardless of the possession of a valid entry ticket.
Subject to the limitations of this Agreement, the Night Market reserves the right to change, modify, or alter any aspect of the Event (including, without limitation, the appearance of any performer, and/or the order of performance of any performer), at any time, for any reason whatsoever, without any prior notice or compensation to You. You understand that the artists and/or lineup for the Event may be changed and that such occurrence shall not, under any circumstances, entitle You to any claim whatsoever, including, but not limited to, a refund for Your Ticket.
You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the names of any performer contained in any Event promotional material is intended for informational purposes only, and does not, in any way, represent the importance or headline status of any single artist, act or performer, and is subject to change without prior notice.
EXCEPT AS EXPLICITLY OTHERWISE PROVIDED HEREIN, YOU UNCONDITIONALLY UNDERSTAND THAT ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL, THERE WILL BE NO TICKET REFUNDS AND/OR TICKET EXCHANGES. THE EVENT IS A RAIN OR SHINE EVENT.
If the Event is cancelled in whole, or in part, due to a Force Majeure Event (as defined below), You will not be entitled to a refund. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Night Market may issue, at the Night Market sole and absolute discretion, a partial or full refund of Your Ticket, by accounting for, among other considerations, the extent and nature of the cancellation. A “Force Majeure Event” shall mean an act of God, act of terrorism, flood, tsunami, strike or other labor condition or dispute, an order or injunction of any court or administrative body or any other act of public authority, severe weather threatening the safety of Event attendees or similar contingency or unexpected event, plague, epidemic, pandemic, outbreaks of infectious disease or any other public health crisis, including quarantine or other restrictions, and any such occurrence beyond the reasonable control of Night Market. You understand that in all instances, the maximum remedy You may receive for any cancellation of any part of the Event, if any, will be the face value of Your Ticket, excluding all fees and/or service charges paid by You in connection with the purchase of Your Ticket.
By entering the Event, You assume any and all risk and/or danger, known and unknown, foreseeable and unforeseeable, resulting from, or incidental to, the Event, whether occurring prior to, during, or subsequent to, the Event, including, but not limited to, any death, personal injury or loss, damage or liability whatsoever. You understand that Your use of Your Ticket is contingent upon Your voluntary assumption of the risk and danger that may result from, or be incidental to, Your presence at the Event, whether occurring prior to, during or after the Event, including, but not limited to, any actions or omissions of the er Night Market.
You acknowledge and understand that the Ticket is a revocable license to attend the Event for which it was issued, which is subject to revocation and denial of admission without compensation for any reason, including, but not limited to, Your attempted or actual violation of any of the rules set forth herein, policy or regulations and for any other action taken by You in violation of any local, state or federal law, or that may endanger other ticketholders.
Only purchase show tickets from the official Night Market website. If you purchase from another source, you risk purchasing a counterfeit or invalid ticket. Night Market is not responsible for tickets purchased from unofficial sources.
While Beekman Hotel is taking measures to enhance the safety of their visitors, performers, and employees, an inherent risk of exposure to and infection with COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present, and a visit to the Beekman Hotel may still pose a risk to your safety. By visiting Beekman Hotel, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure of COVID-19.
The Venue is not responsible for loss of or damage to any property.