An ‘innovation ecosystem’ of six buildings connected by courtyards has lots of design tenants and cool installations to explore (don’t miss the always-changing elevators) plus a retro Game Room with ping-pong, air hockey, mni-golf, arcade games and more ($5/for unlimited play).
Sample a range of delicious Japanese cuisine from sushi to smoothies in large food hall rooted in “omotenashi,” a Japanese approach to hospitality and mutual respect. Pick up noodles, dumplings, yakatori, Obanyaki stuffed with Nutella and more from variety of booths or sit down in a serene corner for omakase.
On the 20,000-square-foot second floor ‘The Loft,’ step into a representation of Japan with cool shops with items straight from the country as well as fun experiences like tea ceremonies and cultural classes. Shop for inexpensive toys, Hello Kitty and Sanrio home goods, crafting supplies, Japanese treats, items for the home and other kitschy stuff at Daiso. BookOff, an outpost of Japan’s largest chain of used bookstores, offers a wide range of anime-related products, including manga, novels, CDs, DVDs, video games, figures, apparel, and accessories.
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Look for cool installations indoors and out at this happening design hub. The courtyard is currently in bloom for a perfect spring photo-op.
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Play Ping Pong, Skeeball, a 9-hole mini golf course featuring iconic Brooklyn landmarks such as the Gowanus Canal and Brooklyn Bridge in an outdoor courtyard. Play arcade style games in a colorful vintage-style room.
Eat lobster rolls, poke tacos at the New England-inspired seafood-focused Frying Pan next door or check out diverse food options (and ice skating) throughout Industry City.
Saturday & Sunday 12-5:30 pm