Tuesday, 6 March 2012

quick tokyo shop guide by one-use square camera

01. KOHORO - a beautiful Japanese style tableware and zakka
(addresses shown at the end of the post) januaryjanuary
02. box & needle - full of very exquisite paper boxes made in Kyoto!
(I simply can't get enough of them! They have a really great style.)january
03. Tsutaya Shoten - E-v-e-r-y-o-n-e in Tokyo was talking about this new grand book store when it opened in Daikanyama last December. Bit overwhelming but well worth a visit.january
04. My all time favourite -Baden Baden which by now you all know
if you've been reading my blog for a while :)january
05. "Do" at Claska
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and last but not least, my very favourite bento shop (actually a rice shop) near my house who sell delicious home made obento only on Wednesdays.
january on utsurundesu one-use camera

All photos were taken with disposable square camera.


Addresses:
01. KOHORO
3-12-11 Tamagawa Setagaya-ku (google map)
3 mins from Futakotamagawa Station on Denentoshi and Oimachi lines.
Right behind Takashimaya department store.

02. box & needle
Same address to KOHORO shown above, they are located next to each other.
Both shops close on Wednesdays.

*Futakotamagawa is 2-5 minutes from Jiyugaoka on Oimachi line,
both express and local trains stop.

03. Tsutaya Shoten (Tsutaya books Daikanyama)
17-5 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku (google map)
3 mins from Daikanyama station on Toyoko line.

04. Baden Baden
2-31-7 Chuo-cho Meguro-ku Tokyo (google map)
About 5 minuite walk from Gakugeidaigaku Station on Toyoko Line.
Openin hours: 12:00~20:00 / Closed on Wednesdays

THEY HAVE CLOSED (SAD!!!)

05. "Do" at Claska
1-3-18 Chuo-cho Meguro-ku Tokyo (google map)

06. Hakusan Rice Shop
3-6-10 Jiyugaoka Meguro-ku (google map)
Take away bento lunch boxes available on Wednesdays only.


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7 comments:

  1. Ooo that bento shop looks so amazing!!! I can't wait to go with you one Wednesday! xoxo

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  2. Oh, the pictures are so sweet! I would like to eat a bento on Wednesday in Tokyo!

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  3. I miss the bento shops in Tokyo, I used to have a favourite in Yanaka, a bit like the one near your home. By the way, Japan seems to be the only place where bookshops are surviving. Everywhere I go, including Singapore, all the bookshops are just closing one by one, it's heartbreaking.

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  4. SUGOI POST! bombastical!

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  5. I'll be sure to browse this someday, before heading off to Tokyo! Wonderful pictures, it's surprising that you took all of them with a disposable camera, ha ha!

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  6. Oh amazing... coming to Japan soon-ish so I'm frantically scribbling down your lovely suggestions! :) Thank you x

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  7. I. Think. I. Love. Your. Blog.

    I have made a little list and hope to visit these places when I visit.

    Thank you for sharing!

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your kind words are always welcome and appreciated! arigato :)

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