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Covid-19 Update and Ways to Shop at KOBO

June 29, 2020

Covid-19 Update and Ways to Shop at KOBO

Covid-19 Update: 

Three ways so shop with KOBO:

Shop By Appointment on Capitol Hill

Curbside Pickup on Capitol Hill

Shop online and Ship It!

KOBO in Japantown is still closed until further notice.


Curbside Pickup at KOBO Capitol Hill

Tuesday - Saturday, 12-4pm

- Schedule a curbside pickup time when you checkout through our online store.

- When you arrive at your scheduled time, please tap on the door or call (206) 726-0704.

- Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing with staff members.

- Please step back from the door and we'll place your order just outside the door.

 - KOBO Capitol Hill, 814 East Roy St,  Seattle, WA 98102, (206) 726-0704


Shopping By Appointment at KOBO Capitol Hill

Wednesday-Saturday, 12-5pm

- Each appointment is 30 minutes long which includes check out time. To save time, please let us know if there is something in particular you are looking for.

- Limited to one person per session.

- Please cancel your appointment if you have any symptoms listed by the CDC related to the flu or COVID

- KOBO Staff and customer(s) are required to wear masks at all times.

- Hand sanitizer will be provided upon entering the store before handling any merchandise. 

- An air purifier will be continuously running in the space which uses UV light to break down viruses, bacteria, mold, VOCs and odors, sanitizing air and surfaces.

- Door knobs and the checkout area will be cleaned between appointments.

- Please look for an email from "Sesami", our booking app, confirming your appointment time.

 Schedule a 30-minute appointment.


Thank you for all your support and cooperation in keeping each other safe.

Stay healthy and safe!



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