Brisbane Genki Market is now on two Sundays a month.
Brisbane Genki Market is a cross cultural showcase of arts and crafts, new and second hand goods and amazing street food, all with a uniquely Asian flavour.
The growth of this little market has been huge since its beginning early in 2021, and due to demand for stalls its now being held on two Sundays every month from 10am to 3pm.
A gift shopper’s paradise with many items under $20, the emphasis is on local, handmade and artisanal goods.
You can find super cute crocheted creations, jewellery, Japanese style ceramics, gift cards and handmade journals.
There are young artists selling their own tees and tote bags, sticker sheets and stationery.
Some stalls sell houseplants and terrariums, and there’s even a stall selling new and preloved vinyl records.
The scrumptious street food at Brisbane Genki Market has a Japanese influence with takoyaki (octopus fritter balls), taiyaki (fish-shaped filled sweet pastry), dango (skewered mochi with a range of flavours and toppings), matcha drinks and cakes being some of the regular favourites.
Genki Market takes place right next door to Japanese grocers Genki Mart in Charlotte Street, Brisbane CBD.