79 Asian-Owned Businesses You Can Shop Right Now

From tons of beauty brands to companies offering food, drinks, and more, here are the businesses you'll want to check out.
Asian male florist uses tablet.

Inflation may be easing to some degree, but prices are still high and shoppers are still trying to be mindful about buying in general. One of the biggest ways consumers are looking to do that is by showing support to specific communities. May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. So we decided now is a good time to highlight Asian-owned businesses.

Check out 79 different businesses below, but note that our list is by no means comprehensive. Plenty more businesses are out there for you to discover. We've included tips on how to find them, so you can show your support throughout the year.

79 Asian-Owned Businesses to Check Out

Young Japanese man washes face in front of mirror.
Store What You Can Buy
Cle Cosmetics Makeup, skin care
Cocofloss Dental floss
Cocokind Skin care, makeup
Good Light Skin care
Hero Cosmetics Skin care
Huppy Toothpaste tablets, toothbrushes, dental floss
Krave Beauty Skin care
ManiMe Customized at-home manicures
Mount Lai Skin care
O.R.G Skincare Skin care
Peach & Lily Skin care
Pink Moon Skin care
Purlisse Skin care
Sacheu Beauty Skin care
SLMD Skincare Skin care
Soko Glam Skin care
Sundays Nail polish, nail care
Then I Met You Skin care
Tower 28 Beauty Skin care
Woo Skin care, tattoo care
YINA Skin care
Store What You Can Buy
Abacaxi Dresses, tops, bottoms, outerwear, accessories
ADAY Capsule clothing
Aeri Go Jewelry
Bonbonwhims Jewelry
Caraa Bags, accessories
Chunks Hair accessories
Dagne Dover Bags
Haerfest Bags
HeyMaeve Jewelry, hair accessories
Kinn Studio Jewelry
Laos Supply Clothing, accessories, home goods
M.M.LaFleur Clothing, shoes, accessories
Notte Jewelry Jewelry
Pepper Intimates
Sandy Liang Clothing, shoes, accessories
Tank Air Clothing
The Little Bra Company Intimates

Smiling woman looks outside and drinks coffee.
Store What You Can Buy
Alaya Tea, accessories
Bean & Bean Coffee, tea
Dang Foods Snack bars, rice chips, coconut chips
Diaspora Co. Spices, tools, merchandise
Fly By Jing Sauces, seasonings, dumplings
gimme Seaweed Roasted seaweed snacks, sushi nori sheets, big seaweed sheets
Girl & Dug Farm subscription boxes
Momofuku Noodles, seasonings, sauces
Nguyen Coffee Supply Vietnamese coffee, filters, merchandise
Nom Wah Tea Parlor Dim sum
Noona's Ice Cream Asian-inspired ice cream flavors
'Okina Vegan and gluten-free baking mixes
Omsom Asian dish starters
One Stripe Chai Co Chai blends, chai concentrate, accessories
Our Place Cookware
PursuitFarms Premium meats
Rae's Roots Pregnancy and wellness teas
Setsugekka Matcha tea, tools
Té Company Tea, accessories, snacks
Tea Drunk Teas, accessories
The Qi Whole flower teas, accessories
Store What You Can Buy
Amy Zhang Stationery, art prints, gifts
Bloomist Home goods, candles, garden items
Blueland Sustainable cleaning products, hand soap
Bossy Pants Candle Supply Candles, wax melts, merchandise
Harlow & Grey Tableware, decor, planners
Have a Nice Day Home goods, paintings, prints, clothing, accessories
Hudson Wilder Dinnerware, glassware
ILHA Candles Candles, room sprays, diffusers
Italic Home goods, clothing, shoes, accessories
Material Cookware, tools, dinnerware
MUJI Home goods, clothing, shoes, accessories, miscellaneous
Pluto Pillow Pillows, body pillows
Poketo Home goods, stationery, clothing, accessories
Rooted Plants, accessories
The Sill Plants
Wing on Wo & Co. Home goods, tableware
Yamazaki Home goods
Store What You Can Buy
AZN Flush Card games
BumoBrain Classes for kids teaching foreign languages, reading, math, and coding
Jason Markk Shoe care

Young Maori woman looks at mobile phone.

Sure, you can do a simple search to find lists of Asian-owned businesses much like this one. But what if you're looking for something in particular? Or maybe you want a more extensive directory. Either way, check out these other options for finding Asian-owned businesses online.


This site is useful for finding vendors of all kinds. So it's no surprise they have a tag for Asian-owned businesses, as well. You can choose relevant communities but also narrow your search further by selecting neighborhoods in specific states. These filtering capabilities ensure that you can find retailers to shop both locally and if you're out of town.

Simply go to the 'Asian-owned brands' page on Target's website, and you'll be rewarded with hundreds of eligible products.


Mercatus is another site that features multiple categories of minority-owned businesses to help you find retailers you want to support. The site's Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander business directory can be narrowed by sector. You can also use filters to see if the vendor is open for different types of patronage. Think options like open for biz, delivery, shop online, special events, and takeout.

Shop App

If you prefer to shop on your phone, consider trying the Shop app by Shopify. It makes finding different kinds of businesses easy. Check out the "Voices" section, for example, which highlights Asian-owned businesses as well as others.


Target is one of the major retailers that's made an effort to highlight minority-owned businesses, including Asian-owned ones. Simply go to the "Asian-owned brands" page on the bull's-eye's site. You'll be rewarded with lots more pages of eligible products. Target's product listings also have an "AAPI Owned Brand" badge to look for to make shopping even easier. At the time of this writing, there were about 25 pages of eligible products, totaling almost 600 items.

Check Out the 'About' Section

Interested in a particular business's provenance? Head to the "About" section on their website to see if you can learn more. You may find it at the top of the homepage, but it may also be in smaller print at the bottom. While this section won't always make the origin clear, it can sometimes give you the information you need to make your shopping decision.

SEE ALSO: 127 Women-Owned Businesses to Shop and Support

Stalk Social Media Pages

If a brand is active on social media, there's a good chance they'll have the relevant info in their bio. Whether you prefer Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, it's worth reading up on the brands there. See if they highlight the fact that they're Asian-owned.

Look for Badges

Some retailers put easy-to-spot badges on product pages to denote Asian-owned businesses, much like what Target does. Watch for vendors to also have badges on their homepages calling attention to their being Asian-owned.

Want to support other communities? Check out our guide to shopping women- and minority-owned businesses, where you can find lists featuring Indigenous-owned businesses, Black-owned brands, Hispanic-owned businesses, and others.

Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).


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