Still available: the magic bus design if you missed it! FREE with $50 purchase or 5 punches on your Esteemed Satori Customer punch card. We are working on the winter solstice design and hope to have it available in a couple weeks! Thanks for your patience.
Long sleeves are finally back in stock, and just in time for the cooling weather! Get yours FREE with a $70 purchase or 7 punches on your Esteemed Satori Customer Punch Card. One world, one peace... Also available are our limited edition Satori/Blue face masks--get yours FREE with a $30 purchase or 3 punches on your Satori Punch Card. Safe and stylish--win/win!
Hooded sweatshirts are back in stock! Your choice of a red pullover or blue full-zip can be yours FREE with a $150 purchase or a full Esteemed Satori Customer Punch Card.
There are three ways to shop at Satori. Please read over our pandemic protocols before you come down so you know what to expect. Masks ARE required to come inside the store. If you choose option 2 (standing at the front counter and have us bring the merchandise to you), you will still have to wear a mask. We are open Monday-Saturday 11-6 and Sunday 12-5.
It's not always an easy thing to do...but worth it.
Running low on incense? You're in luck! Introducing our new online incense store! Free Shipping, $10 minimum order, limited selection may be based on availability. Order now at SatoriOshkosh.BigCartel.Com or email us with questions at SatoriOshkoshOrders@Gmail.Com
Find peace within, express peace without.
As we look ahead to next month's Small Business Saturday, which usually kicks off our Christmas shopping season, we're thinking of how everything will look significantly different for all small businesses this year. Over the past six months, we've all struggled through creative solutions to keep up with restrictions on customer capacity and safely-distanced, lower-contact service. Ultimately, we want to keep you, keep our staff, and keep ourselves safe and healthy. We realize that everything we do affects us, and also affects everyone else around us. The numbers are scary, but we're always focused on the "how we can survive in the bigger picture sense" kind of stuff. At this point, it doesn't matter what you believe in or what you feel you need to stand up for- we simply have a responsibility to be good to each other. This is our community, and if we want to recover (economically, physically, systematically, morally, communally) we need to respect each other's policies and limitations, and do whatever we can to support each other. The reality of this looks different for everyone, but we're really all after the same common goal. What can you do right now? Wear the masks, whether you're comfortable with them or not. Keep your angry ranting to yourself. Give people space. Wash your hands. Take care of yourself. Think of the places you miss going to, the people you miss seeing, and reach out. Write a card, send it in the mail. Make a commitment to buy gift certificates from your local businesses, take advantage of their curbside offerings, or shop from their online stores for everyone on your Christmas list this year. If you see something you like, buy it now. It's becoming increasingly difficult to rely on manufacturers and vendors- there's just no guarantee we'll be able to restock anything. You want to see us survive? Support us. We're all doing the best we can to support you, too.
"Anything is possible. Just get out of your way..."
sa-to-ri n. Zen. 1. sudden enlightenment. 2. the flash of insight, the sudden instantaneous awakening, the exact moment of enlightenment. 3. an awareness of the undifferentiated unity of all existence, where there is no sense of distinction between the knower and that which is known. 4. a nondualistic perception of ultimate reality. 5. illumination, the realization of man in his psychic totality. 6. the absolute present, the eternal now, where no past is left behind, no future waits ahead. 7. the beginning, not the end of true Zen training. 8. an experience like an everyday ordinary experience, except about two inches off the ground. (Prof. D>T> Suzuki) (-Jap satoru=to know) 9. a retail establishment surviving against all odds in downtown Oshkosh, Wisconsin since 1969, dedicated to providing an everyday shopping experience that is unmistakable, enlightening, beyond description.
Locally owned & operated since 1969, Satori Imports perpetuates the 60s vibe in Historic Downtown Oshkosh! Your original source for tapestries, incense, buddhas, beads & hemp cord, posters, bajas & so much more, plus our full-line Smoke Shop. Located on Main Street, we’re only four blocks from the UW-Oshkosh campus in the heart of the Fox Valley—definitely worth the walk or drive! Friendly, knowledgeable staff, great atmosphere…plan to pay us a visit soon!