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The Ultimate in Comfortable Kids’ Clothing at Bit’z Kids SoHo

Made with soft fabrics and elastic bands, pants and shorts are some of Bit’z Kids signature items.

Just as we are getting ready for warm weather, Japanese kids’ wear brand Bit’z Kids has opened its third New York location in SoHo. The brand already offers fun, fashionable and functional clothing and accessories to active kids on the Upper West Side and in Tribeca, two neighborhoods with a nice residential and commercial balance. SoHo is a more fashionable and touristy area, however, and the new store attracts walk-in customers from all over the world.

Though the SoHo space is a bit smaller than the other Bit’z Kids locations, it is fully stocked with the brand’s fun-filled signature items, original New York designs and premium lines. By the back-to-school season, there are plans to offer premium items that will be sold exclusively at the SoHo store. Also, until the end of June, the new store has a “puribooth”—known as purikura in Japan and hugely popular—a photo booth that allows customers to take four types of photos, with countless decorating options, and then print two sets of photo stickers. Try it with your children, friends and family and take a memory back home!

Limited time offer! Have fun with instant photo prints in PURIBOOTH.

Until June 30, 2015, Chopsticks NY readers will receive a free puribooth session (regularly $7) with no purchase required.

Bit’z Kids stands out not only because of the comfortable and chic designs, but also because of its affordable prices. You can buy as much as your kids want!


Bit’z Kids SoHo
73 W. Houston St., (bet. Wooster St. & W. Broadway), New York, NY 10012