Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Making mt artworks and a walk to Daiso.

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よっし!おはよう!Patterned bed linen. Warm morning sunlight after a typhoon night.

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Stretch your legs and wake up slowly taking some instagram photos from bed.

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Morning coffee with soy milk and capture some morning light in my once-in-a-lifetime-living-in-Tokyo-apartment.

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Bring the dining table into the study and stretch out to make artworks for the mt exhibition.

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Stop and stare at these pretty scraps for a long time. Polka dots...glitter...stripes...pink...green...

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Successfully make a creative mess.

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This is what my nails look like when I am too busy.

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Pin everything up on little bumpy Japanese apartment walls.

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By now it's afternoon. Spring shadows begin to form on my desk. It reminds me I need some things from Daiso. 行ってきます!

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With a swish of pink paint this local izakaya could be a Hello Sandwich shop!

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I walk here everyday.

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Cherry blossoms starting to bloom. It's time for hanami this weekend. I made a picnic rug with Yuko-chan all ready for hanami parties.

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Sunlight creeps in between Shimokita buildings and pot plants.

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I walk here everyday too.

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Hello. Sandwich.

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Back home and there is a fluffy cloud peeking over the view from my balcony.

I don't think I'll ever get sick of days like this.

Love Love
Hello Sandwich
xoxo

22 comments:

  1. I woke up in a really melancholy mood today and seeing all these breathtaking yet somehow nostalgiac pictures really helped me breathe and lighten up. Thank you for that. :)

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  2. Such a beautiful day! Thanks for sharing your view of Japan! xx

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  3. really good photos. You take me to Japan for a few moments Thanks!

    My favourite photo your futur Hello Sandwich shop. I'm agree with you is the perfect local for your shop!!

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  4. i really like these photos of your day & how you wrote about it. so cute & makes me really happy : )

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  5. thanks for sharing your beautiful photos of japan through instagram!

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  6. I'm not sure if I've commented before, but I have been reading your blog for a while now and enjoy it so much. I love the things you make--and I'm crazy about washi tape which is hard to find in the U.S. And I especially love seeing Japan, your apartment, neighborhood, the food. It is the closest to Japan I'll ever get. Getting a peek into another country and culture is a real treat.

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  7. wonderful pictures! i love it!

    xoxo

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  8. Thank you for letting us spend a day in Japan :)

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  9. How relax and enjoyable your life is in Japan!
    Look forward to another post like this! : )

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  10. Such nice pictures, can't wait to see your hanami's photos !!

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  11. Thanks for great feeling of spring and Japan! Love to read.

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  12. I love your work! *

    hugs from Barcelona
    ;)

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  13. Tokyo looks so beautiful as it wakes up for spring :)

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  14. I love your creative mess~ too cute! How wonderful it must be to live in Japan- thank you for sharing :)

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  15. I am planning a trip there soon...looks quaint and wonderful!...what town are you in? ...I would help paint your sandwich shop!...

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  16. So nice to discover your blog... Love your photos of Tokyo. I can feel your excitement from living in such an amazing city. Great creative projects too. More power! :)

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  17. Oh, your days sound wonderful. The light, the crafting, Tokyo...the cherry blossom trees...can't wait to visit Japan one day :)

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  18. Great photos... I hope I will be able to visit Japan one day :)
    Thaahirah

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