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Dazzle Up That Dorm Room!
Back-to-school decor, supplies, and more
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The Ultimate Care Packages
Apothecary, good luck, and miss you Friendship Boxes!
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Double Your Happiness
Wedding decor, supplies, and fashion
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Celebrate Pride All Year Long
With BUBBLE_T T-shirts! 🌈
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An Iconic NYC Institution

Founded in 1971, Pearl River Mart is an eclectic emporium where you can find one-of-a-kind Asian-inspired home furnishings, fashion, and everything in between. A beloved destination for people from all over the globe, Pearl River has become symbolic of the uniqueness, authenticity and multiculturalism of New York City. Read our story.

Visit us at:

TriBeCa Flagship: 395 Broadway (& Walker), NYC 10013 
10 a.m. to 7:20 p.m. every day

Chelsea Market: 75 9th Ave. (between 15 & 16), NYC 10011
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day

Museum of Chinese in America: 215 Centre St. (between Grand and Howard), NYC 10013
Monday: Closed
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

     

     

    Joanne Kwong and her family in front of the Glico running man billboard in Osaka

    Pearl River in Japan: Fun Times and Fun Facts, Part 2

    We’re back from Japan! While we’re sad our trip is over, we’re happy to bring you even more fun times and fun facts. Check it out!
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    Pearl River president Joanne Kwong and her family in traditional yukata outfits

    Pearl River in Japan: Fun Times and Fun Facts, Part 1

    Konnichiwa! As you may know, we’ve been on a sourcing trip for the past couple of weeks. In addition to having fun, we’ve had lots of random observances. Here are just a few!
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    A night view of a city with a beautiful pink moon

    The Mid-Autumn Festival: Family, the Full Moon, and Mooncakes

    You might already know about Lunar New Year, the biggest holiday in many Asian countries, but how about the second biggest holiday?
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