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Momo is creatively designed. The charming owner scrutinizes carefully who she hires to maintain the welcoming feel of her shop. A visit is part way between shopping and visiting an exhibit with even the detail of the price holders given attention. I was engrossed in...More
This has been my go-to store whenever I need to find quirky or unique gifts. Cross-body bag made from upcycled saris in India? Check. One-of-a-kind greeting card? Check. Fun red shirt with a devilish-girl print? Check. Bummer bunny shirt? Check. But beyond the quirky, you...More
I have been shopping at Momo since they opened. They are across the street from my office. I am not someone who loves to shop for clothes, yet I do love Momo. I go in there, Lei Ann listens to what I need (I'm one...More
This is the most welcoming and delightful shop I've ever been to, anywhere in the world. The owner is a sparkling, warm hostess who sees everyone who enters as a guest, and then a part of her world. Add your name to her mailing list...More
I figured the best way to explain Momo is to ask the owner what she thought were 5 unique things about Momo. This is what she said: "1) We are a 'hapa' shop, blending Asian and Caucasian, specifically Japanese and European, with a dash of...More
I love to stop into this little store as I never know what I'll find here. Maybe some leggings from Smokin' Lily in Victoria, or a stylish new shirt or a dress or maybe a piece of locally made jewelry.
I've bought baby kimono shirts,...More
If you happen to be in Seattle's International District then you need to so yourself and favor and stop by this gem of a shop right on Jackson Street. Here you'll find all sorts of men's, women's and children's clothing items along with all sorts...More
I come here every time I am in Seattle - it is near all the amazing Asian restaurants - in the International District - and the owner, Lei Ann Shiramizu, is a delight. She has excellent taste and has a good selection of gifts for...More