Entering Union Square’s Jins shop feels more like walking into a studio gallery than a store for corrective lenses. That’s because the first U.S. location for Japan’s Warby Parker–esque company was designed in collaboration with the San Francisco–based Kwan Henmi architecture firm to make the massive 4,900-square-foot store blend nature and minimalism, with dark columns and exposed white brick. Within its walls, any of the 1,200 styles of glasses can be made in 30 minutes, thanks to the in-house robot, Kanna, which you can watch through a viewing window.

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Entering Union Square’s Jins shop feels more like walking into a studio gallery than a store for corrective lenses. That’s because the first U.S. location for Japan’s Warby Parker–esque company was designed in collaboration with the San Francisco–based Kwan Henmi architecture firm to make the massive 4,900-square-foot store blend nature and minimalism, with dark columns and exposed white brick. Within its walls, any of the 1,200 styles of glasses can be made in 30 minutes, thanks to the in-house robot, Kanna, which you can watch through a viewing window.

Last Reviewed
250 2015

Address

151 Powell St.
San Francisco, CA

Contact

844/391-2400

Jins

San Francisco, California
$$$

Entering Union Square’s Jins shop feels more like walking into a studio gallery than a store for corrective lenses. That’s because the first U.S. location for Japan’s Warby Parker–esque company was designed in collaboration with the San Francisco–based Kwan Henmi architecture firm to make the massive 4,900-square-foot store blend nature and minimalism, with dark columns and exposed white brick. Within its walls, any of the 1,200 styles of glasses can be made in 30 minutes, thanks to the in-house robot, Kanna, which you can watch through a viewing window.

Last Reviewed
December 2015

Address

151 Powell St.
San Francisco, CA

Contact

844/391-2400