It's a charming shop of Japanese products, ranging from perfect hair clips (for my daughters' stockings) to lovely rice-print scarves (to dream about) to iron work (to ogle).
The lovely SA offered to wrap my purchases but I was on deadline--a chilly, hungry family waiting outside--but I suspect that the wrapping would have been very pretty.
(We tucked into Le Pain Quotidien, which I like to think of as Panera for hipsters. And not in a bad way.)
Kiteya (which means "come right in") is right across the street from Rudy's Guitars' new location, so be sure to bring your guitar picks too. (And yes, I do mean that double apostrophe.)