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challenge and built the theremin!

otona no kagaku theremin

“The theremin” is the electronic musical instrument invented by Russian inventor in the 1920s. The building kits of this theremin including a circuit board and a box came out on the market recently and I tried to build it.

theremin kit

The kit came with a book called “Science magazine for adults vol.17″ published by an educational publishing company and it is easy enough for even girls to build.


This instrument is played by moving your hands closer to the antennas or away from the antennas. It brings out the feel of nostalgia and kawaii and is popular with some girls in Japan. In fact a theremin which looks like a Russian Matryoshka doll called “Matryomin” has been released.
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Marc Jacobs for VOGUE NIPPON

takakos closet

Marc Jacobs made a letter key chain for VOGUE NIPPON 8th anniversary.
It’s the free gift of VOGUE NIPPON November Issue.

Marc Jacobs for VOGUE NIPPON



takakos closet

This is the first Halloween item that I bought this year.
Halloween Mug from Tully’s.

Halloween Mug from Tully’s

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handmade 8bit graphic “.s”

Handmade 8bit graphic

A toy called 「.s」 is like a combination of blocks and a puzzle where
you create a picture of dots by putting coloured “dot pin” into a
panel with lots of holes.


There is a kit you can use to create your favourite game character!
You can simulate this on a web to see how to do it and if you click on
a character, it will display a pattern of the picture so that you can
use it for cross-stitching as well.


kna plus:Eco bag absorbed into the soil

Eco bag absorbed into the soil

Eco bag is made of PLA Fibre which is produced from corn. The Eco bag
can be absorbed into the soil and doesn’t produce toxic gas when
buried in the ground.

It uses pleated sewing so that you can fold it down to a compact size
to carry around. This bag has a cute design comes in 7 traditional
Japanese colours.



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