Monday, February 20, 2012

A week in Tokyo

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Higashikoganei.

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Organic chai.

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Lunch with friends.

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Canned gingery chai.

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Mini dinner parties.

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Mess.

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The week has also included family restaurant drink bars, sudden death tabasco sauce, mixtapes, sewing prototypes for my upcoming workshops (hope you can come to the next one on Feb 26th!), handmade pasta, hot wine, bike rides to Nakameguro in light snow...

I hope you had a nice week Sandwiches!
xoxo

16 comments:

  1. Ohh your mini dinner party set-up is so adorable! <3

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  3. gorgeous photos, once again! thank you!

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  4. beautiful photos, and id love to get my hands on some canned ginger chai.

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  5. Looks like a great trip. I am interested to know more about this gingery chai!?! Is it tea? Is it alcoholic? Looks neat.

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  6. I love Japan ... but so far. My dream- to go there.

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  7. hello sandwitch! You know what? I'm starting to love your blog even more as there are so many entries of random pics from day 2 day life in Tokyo. I LOVE it. And your adorable. Love love from India!

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  8. Oh my golly gosh. You probably hear this all the time, but I am so envious of this post and it's giving me serious wanderlust.

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  9. Like this blog and your photos. Really!

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  10. Hello!

    I love your Blog with all the beautiful and inspiring photos! I am german and live in switzerland, Zürich. Next year I plan to do a worldtravel and your city is definitiv on my list! Maybe you can give me some hints for cool places?

    Have a great sunday,
    Katharina

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  11. Is that last photo annindofu?? Did you make it?

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  12. Your photos are really beautiful! I am pretty envious (but in a good way!) that you live in Japan. I am sure it is a true adventure. Hopefully I will come and visit Tokyo in the near future.
    Greetings from Vienna,
    xxx
    Lilah

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