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Asia Gallery

Asia Gallery
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Asia Gallery
Unit 5 23 Bay Road Kilbirnie
New Zealand


Asia Gallery is a special kind of shop, rarely found nowadays. Modelled on a typical old Kyoto shop, there are always hidden treasures to find and bargains to be uncovered. Asia Gallery offers a little of the feel of old Japan in a convenient location, away from the hustle and bustle of central city shopping. Take it easy in our friendly shop and spend some time in Japan.

Whether you are looking for genuine solid wood Japanese furniture or looking for a kimono or unusual silk vintage fabrics, Asia Gallery in Kilbirnie will be bound to please even the most discerning customer.

+64-4-387 3488
+64-4-387 3488
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