This terry small chair of mushroom motif is actually for kids,but you will love it if you are mushroom lover.
cruising girls combing for something sparkle in Tokyo
Archive for 6月, 2008
JOJOEN is a grilled meat restaurant which has 43 locations in the Tokyo metropolitan area, is famous for its delicious beef. All of the beef served here was wagyu,and they are very tender and fatty.
The mille-feuille is the most popular cakes from MAXIM’S DE PARIS, and strawberry shortcakes are also goooood.
This is a T-shirt “Tonkichi,Chinpei,Kanta” from COMME des GARCONS HOMME PLUS.
“Tonkichi,Chinpei,Kanta” are triplets from the old animated cartoon “a young wizard named Sally”. They are Sally’s best friend “Yoshiko”‘s younger brothers. They are naughty children,but,they are impossible to hate.
Comme des Garçons (Wikipedia)
Tony Tony Chopper is a doctor, and one of the members of the Straw Hat Pirates form One Piece. One Piece is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.
It focuses on a ragtag crew of heroic pirates, formed and led by Monkey D. Luffy. Luffy’s greatest ambition is to obtain the world’s ultimate treasure, One Piece, and become Pirate King. I love Chopper! I got his lovely hat by the crane game.
Now Chanel held the art event “Mobile art in Tokyo” at Yoyogi.
It is so popular, I can’t get the exhibition chicket!! :(
the Omotesando boutique windows became special. it looks like moving
I always pass by the boutique to coming 8tote office. it makes me
little sad I can’t go the event.
Last time, Lipton collaborate with Pierre Herme.
and this time, collaborate with the Westin Tokyo!
These freebies are named “Tea time accessory collection”.
8 kinds of faux cakes or cuties are ready for tea time.
Little too big for mobile straps! However these are so cute ;)
I got a deer fortune slip at Kasuga Taisha Shrine in Nara.
by Eric I. E.
A deer is taken good care of in Kasuga Taisha Shrine, because there is the myth that God rode a white deer.
The deer having afortune slip in its mouth is kawaii !
I got a great good luck (dai-kichi) !