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Archive for 2月, 2014

Utagawa Kuniyoshi cat motif items from Ukiyo-e 2014 Exhibition

I rushed into Edo-Tokyo Museum. Unfortunately I didn’t have enough time to look around the exhibition, but I wished to get some special limited-selling cat motif items which design-based by Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s Ukiyo-e.

I got many things (far beyond I expected) at a time – plastic folders, washi-tape, hanky, metal charm, Japanese maki-e stickers, and message pad.

My wallet became empty but I was satisfied I could get all the things I love!

Ukiyo-e 2014 Exhibition
Edo-Tokyo Museum
Utagawa Kuniyoshi

A skirt from Marc by Marc Jacobs

takakos closet

I got a Milly Milano Peplum skirt from Marc by Marc Jacobs.
I really love the navy color and the soft texture of wool and cotton.

Also, I like his design of the front pleats and the exposed back zipper.

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Kuroneko Yamato Toy Cars

YAMATO TRANSPORT is familiar to us as the nickname of “Kuroneko Yamato”. Kuro-neko means black cat in Japanese… from their black mom cat and kitty trademark.
I’m a member of their web service in Japan, and they give me some point when I send/get baggages through using Yamato’s service. Last month I got enough points to get their gift, toy cars.
For me, it’s like finding lucky charm when I came across “Kuroneko emblem” walk-in van or fridge truck on the street.

These toy cars are amazingly look-alike to the originals, and more, the doors can be open and wheels are movable. I think I can’t throw away these boxes either.

YAMATO TRANSPORT

Italian restaurant, Napule

I went to an Italian restaurant, Napule at Minami-Aoyama.

My friend and I had antipastos, 3 kinds of pizzas, meat and desserts with latte.
We were very full with very a good dinner.

Napule

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