The PARK-ing was a conceptual retail experience, located in, well… a parking from the Sony building (see the PARK-ing post). This sweater, I brought as a souvenir, is made from a better quality fabric, as you would expect from a Japanese product. Simple design, and nice typographic details in the back.
Priest Mongaku, Bronze, 1908. By Ogiwara Morie, a pioneer of the modern western-style sculpture in Japan
Baumkuchen is a labor-intensive German cake and a popular dessert in Japan.
I love this drink, and I have no clue what it is…
Hikaru Iwanaga’s Bounty Hunter started as a Harajuku toy company in 1995 (and then evolved into t-shirts, hoodies, etc.). Somehow, I think about that brand each time I come across the Citi Habitats logo.
I brought this back from Tokyo as a gift for someone, sweet and spicy felt perfect for her personality and DIY Gardening just made total sense.
Indulgence at the Spring Valley Brewery Japan. The pairing degustation was well curated and presented. Great thing happen to those who get lost (sometime).
What would you do if you found a figurine of The Gimp from Pulp Fiction? Exactly...
Nobody does retail like Japan. Nobody.
Three is a natural skincare company from Japan. The brand use raw and organic material to make its products. Smell good, feel good.
A event space carrying Yanaka craft-beer and Kayaba bakery. Somehow breakfast Sake made its way on stage.