Friday, December 30, 2011

2011

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Kansai style mamachari in rainy season.

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Hello (plastic) sandwich.


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Love heart sticker door.

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iphone. Oshibori. Nama Biru. Essentials.

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Retro kissaten.


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Izakaya.

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Late night Karaoke.

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Old time cafe.

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Beer vending machine.

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Around every corner.

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Hello Sandwiches!

Please have a wonderful start to 2012.

Here are a few pics from incredible Tokyo (and a few snuck in from Hakone) from 2011.

Love Love
Hello Sandwich
xoxo

38 comments:

  1. Love this post! Wish you the best for 2012!

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  2. Japan is fascinating! I can't wait for the day I will be able to wander around those beautiful unique streets. And I think your photographs are absolutely beautiful; they capture that uniqueness of Japan. I hope you also have an amazing new start in 2012!

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  3. Happy New Year!! ^^ All the best for 2012.

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  4. I love the last picture. Super smiley cookie :) Looking forward to more sandwich posts in the new year.

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  5. i love how some of these pictures look like they could be from twenty, thirty, forty years back in time - magical! i wish you all the best for 2012.

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  6. Beautiful photos! I wish I could travel to Japan someday!

    Have a nice New Year & thanks again for a wonderful and inspiring blog!

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  7. Think im in love with the beer vending machine! looks like a lovely year, hope you have a good new years! x

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  8. Your photos are really amazing and they always show us the new charming side of Japanese daily life which I have never seen!
    Especially I love the photo of plastic sandwiches!

    Have a nice holiday season in your hometown!(It must be fantastic!)

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  9. Happy New Year, Ebony! I love the rainy day mamachari... so clever!

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  10. Very inspiring photos. Thank you so much for sharing!

    Love your blog! It's so much different from the blogs I usually visit... and I really enjoy it!

    *HAPPY NEW YEAR*

    Greetings from a Sandwich in Denmark
    //Lisbet

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  11. Enjoy a have a good time with your family and friends.

    (^o^)

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  12. i love tokyo and i love your blog <3
    may you have a wonderful and happy new year :)

    toi.-

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  13. Wonderful pics - I love the plastic sandwich!

    Happy Happy New Year!

    xo
    cortnie

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  14. Very nice. I love all the pictures.
    Happy New Year to you.

    http://www.atitelavoyacontar.blogspot.com

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  15. This looks so wonderful - I get excited just going to Daiso at Westfield! I thnk I need to go to Japan. Happy New Year I look forward to seeing your wonderful work.

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  16. this time around in Japan, i did not see one beer vending machine! cho bikuri! but at least the taspo cards are very good idea!
    happy new year Ebochan!!! <3

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  17. a very happy (& bit early) new year to you!! it's been so lovely being able to follow your adventures this year in japan, crafting & everything in between! thank you for sharing them. wishing you another wonderful year full of happy moments! 来年もよろしくお願いします!xx

    p.s. that mama chari w/ the umbrella is just perfect!

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  18. I am seriously in love with this year in review and makes me want to Tokyo more and more!
    Happy and healthy new year! ✭

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  19. Awesome pics! Happy New Year Sandwich!!!!

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  20. happy new year! thanks for sharing the amazing pics!

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  21. Happy new year!
    your blog has been such an inspiration for me to pay every single little thing in Tokyo and I wouldn't notice many cute things around neighborhood if I didn't find your blog at the first place

    thank you Ebony :) and I'm looking forward for your post in 2012

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  22. I saw in Frankie that you wanted to buy an icecream lamp,they have them at fredflare.com,http://www.fredflare.com/APARTMENT-cameras-and-electronics/Ice-Cream-Lamp/

    Enjoy, Natasha (a vegemite sandwich)

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  23. I hope you have a lovely 2012 too :)

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  24. I wish a Happy New Year full of hapiness and great projects ! You are so lucky to live in Tokyo, can't wait to go back :)

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  25. Happy New Year and greetings from Scotland! What a happy find! Love your blog. I was lucky enough to spend some time in Japan and just love it too! Your pics have just reminded me how much I liked it! Look forward to seeing more in 2012, now I've found you! Cheers Jay

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  26. 明けましておめでとうございます! ブログがすごく大好き〜

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  27. Oh wow -I just read that you won the Martha Stewart Gift Wrap challenge! So thrilled for you and think it richly deserved. Bravo from one of your biggest fans!

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  28. Hello and Happy New Year!
    I will in in Kyoto and Hiroshima in April and I would love, love, love to buy some washi tape while I'm there. Do you by chance know of any stores I should shop? Or have suggestions on how to find craft stores?

    Thank you!

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  29. Beautiful Pic's, Thanks for Sharing....

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  30. Happy New Year!
    I miss Tokyo just by looking at your pics :/
    Was there ever so briefly for holiday...

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  31. Hello! I just came across your blog and I love it! Love your pictures of Japan and your place, great ideas and a lot of inspiration! I've worked for several years with Japanese, and I am happy to find your blog, with your Australian eye on Japan, it is absolutely lovely.

    You're welcome to visit me if you want to take a virtual trip to Paris :)
    pregnancyjoyandotherthings.blogspot.com

    Happy new year and my best wishes to you :)

    xx Anabelle

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  32. i LOVE this collection of photos, so great! i cannot wait to get back to japan...

    happy new year!

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  33. Happy New Year! What super pictures, I'd so love to visit Japan.

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  34. I miss Japan too, so your pics are welcome !!!
    HNY to you too...

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  35. Ohhhh, your gorgeous photos make me yearn to be back in Tokyo. It's the only holiday I've been on where I quite literally had a smile on my face almost every minute of the day, even when doing ordinary things like walking down the street. There was always something amazing around every corner. We were staying near the fabulous Tokyu Hands. *sigh*

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  36. These photos are so rad! I really feel like I'm there with you! :)

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