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The best DIY shops in Tokyo | Time Out Tokyo

The best DIY shops in Tokyo | Time Out Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan; I'd visit for a week in either time of year. I cannot even begin to imagine all the things I'd do there, but the main thing besides exploring would be to visit all the wacky shops and restaurants!

Tokyo, Japan; I'd visit for a week in either time of year. I cannot even begin to imagine all the things I'd do there, but the main thing besides exploring would be to visit all the wacky shops and restaurants!

This summer could be perfect to do this with the girls Dress up at the Princess Diary Café (aka the Wedding Dress Café) in Seoul

This summer could be perfect to do this with the girls Dress up at the Princess Diary Café (aka the Wedding Dress Café) in Seoul

Tip: in Japan, all purchases will be exquisitely wrapped but say "gift please" and suddenly your purchase will packaged like a work of art. My $25 umbrella came with its own box and canvas sling bag to carry the box!

The Japanese Art of Gift Wrapping- Why I Love Shopping in Japan

Tip: in Japan, all purchases will be exquisitely wrapped but say "gift please" and suddenly your purchase will packaged like a work of art. My $25 umbrella came with its own box and canvas sling bag to carry the box!

Top 15 vintage stores in Harajuku | Time Out Tokyo

Top 15 vintage stores in Harajuku

Top 15 vintage stores in Harajuku | Time Out Tokyo

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The Reinvention of Shimokita: Tokyo’s New Groove

"Nakameguro, located on the Tokyu Toyoko Line or the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line... Here you can stroll along the cherry blossom lined canal, flick through art books (in English!), buy vintage clothes by weight and eat organic food from Kyoto at Aoya. Potentially Tokyo's hippest suburb, Nakameguro is super popular with designers, artists, musicians and all round creative types..."

"Nakameguro, located on the Tokyu Toyoko Line or the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line... Here you can stroll along the cherry blossom lined canal, flick through art books (in English!), buy vintage clothes by weight and eat organic food from Kyoto at Aoya. Potentially Tokyo's hippest suburb, Nakameguro is super popular with designers, artists, musicians and all round creative types..."

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