I’m happy to announce that we’ll have 1 day Pop Up Shop at my favorite town “Kyoto / 京都” in Japan on 22nd July 2017.
The space is airly and beautiful cafe lounge, Len Kyoto Kawaramachi just one block from Kyoto’s iconic Kamo-river.
We met each other through our Furoshiki textiles when they opened this unique cafe & hostel few years ago. They made original curtain using our Furoshiki textiles and still keep using it at reception area.
As for scarf, as for bag, as for wrap your clothes and put in your suitcase.
Our Furoshiki textile is perfect for travelers, so I’d like to show how it’s convenient and useful while you’re traveling in this historical city, Kyoto in Japan.
Looking forward to meeting you at Len Kyoto Kawaramachi through our Furoshiki!
LINK Pop Up Shop :
Len Kyoto Kawaramachi
Date : Saturday, 22, July, 2017
Time : 10:00-17:00
Address : google map
Spring is special season in Japan.
Street is going to be pink with full of Cherry Blossoms.
It suddenly starts and finish very quickly.
Let’s celebrate Spring season and keep fresh feeling to start new things.
Free Shipping Worldwide from 15th March until Cherry Blossom Blooming in Japan on our Etsy store.
Check out Cherry Blossom Forecast just in case ;-)
We launched two new designs – Ruffle and Ivy, collaborated with London based design duo “Eley Kishimoto”
Wear, Carry, Wrap, multifunctional textile “Furoshiki ” from LINK.
Collaboration Designer : “Eley Kishimoto…the patron saints of print”
Living by the maxim “Print The World”, Eley Kishimoto have always strived to create work with unique creative flair that rejects passing trends and fads, retaining a strong rooting in craft by screen printing product by hand in-house. Having previously produced bespoke and commercial furniture, furnishings and homewares alongside their seasonal fashion collections, their projects represent the latest incarnations of a continually evolving design concept and a visceral exploration of surface decoration.
From a partnership forged in the early 90’s, Eley Kishimoto quickly gained a reputation for incisive and intelligent print design with their work being displayed on the catwalks of the world through work with Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, Alber Elbaz and Jil Sander, to name but a few. Past collaborative works with BMW motorbikes, Eastpak bags, Duvel beer, Incase, WESC, Local Motors, Tatras, Art Sails and Lavenham amongst others, have incorporated new as well as archive prints such as the signature Flash print.