I couldn't resist taking more photos of the expo when I went back in daylight. I hope you enjoy seeing them!
Super cute mt bike!
Cuties making craft from mt tape in the autumn sun!
mt mizutama windows!
Cutest sign ever!
Remember how I said that the opening party was so busy that not everyone was able to pay for the tapes they wanted...well these are the customer bags!!! waou!
The mt tape custom size cutting machine.
Uncut mt tape rolls!
Assorted size mt tape rolls.
The mt shop stocked full of new designs!
The beautiful new Mina Perhonen tapes!
Special Tohoku tape.
LOVE these grid tapes.
The new mt book!!!
The limited edition special tapes that come with the new book.
Book cover and bookmark from mt tape.
Check out this movie star style parking for my mamachari! ha ha!
Don't forget that the expo is on until November 8th if you're in Tokyo to check it out!
I wish I was there in the mt world;)ReplyDelete
Instead I'm here in Denmark where the choice of mt is very small and expensive...
Very cool pics
This is heaven! I will have to put in an order for new tapes :-) xxReplyDelete
Oh my, is this how heaven looks like?ReplyDelete
such a delicious feast for the eyes! makes me want to jump on a plane to tokyo this week just so i can go... lovely lovely post ebony!ReplyDelete
Hello Sandwich, Thank you for so many wonderful pictures. Is the book "How to have fun with mt masking tape" for sale too? in English?ReplyDelete
Your photos of the MT expo are amazing that I just have to share one of your installation photos on my blog (with credits to you, of course):
Thanks for sharing =)
I have to come visit you and buy the biggest selection of mt tape because there is literally NONE here Austria apart from the clear one. Everything looks soooo amazing! I wish I could be in your shoes for just one day. Or longer. ;)ReplyDelete
oh i wish i could be in tokyo right now to go see the exhibition in person! thank you for taking such lovely pictures!! reminds me of willy wonka & the chocolate factory. makes me happy seeing these photos! :)ReplyDelete
Hello, Ebony-san :)ReplyDelete
I received my customer bag today...I couldn't wait even in a few days!
I love your phots!It's perfect to know mt expo 2011 :)
your photos are amazing. thanks for sharing them with us. you make me miss Tokyo.ReplyDelete
I want the new MT book... I wonder what's inside the "how to have fun w/ MT" I enjoyed looking at your photos Ebony... Makes me feel that I was there too...ReplyDelete
Oh my! This looks like so much fun - all those happy colours and stripes!ReplyDelete
Hello Mille, I wish you were here too! But Denmark seems amazingly cool too! I want to travel to Denmark!ReplyDelete
Hello Maria, ooo yes you will! You can never have too many mt tapes! they have so many uses! from collage craft, gift wrapping, envelope making, decorating your house, decorating your bike and even fastening half used pasta packets in your pantry! :)
Hello Cookie Cutter, yes I think so :)
Hello Beci, I wish you were here miss! I adore your wreath for Frankie! I wish I could have one on my little mini me apartment door!
Hello Sarahlimbh, The book is Japanese only. I am not sure if you are familiar with Japanese craft books but even foreigners can enjoy them because they have many images and are a great source of inspiration!
Hello Lavender Playground, Thank you for your lovely post and lovely link. Waou you speak Chinese! Are you Chinese? Or just super talented...or both :)
Hello Natalie, thank you for your comment and also for your tweet. It's nice to hear from you. Oh that's so nice of you to say. I hope you can come to Tokyo soon!
Hello Satsuki-san! How are you lovely! I wish you could come here now too!
Hello GaletteJapan, Oh it's good your bag arrived! I bet you will have fun making things with your new tapes!
Hello Sefi, thank you very much for your nice comment. I hope you can come back to Tokyo again soon!
Hello April San Pedro! Oh yes it's so cute You should buy it! I'm happy you could come along on the mt expo journey through my photos :)
Hello Will, yes the colours are just delightful aren't they!
Hello Melinda - ha ha! That's pretty much what I did when I arrived :)
Would it be okay if I borrowed some of your fabulous pictures and showed them at my blog? I will link to you of course=)ReplyDelete
that's too much creativity for a masking tape!ReplyDelete
i'd totally buy a ticket to Japan RIGHT NOW if i only had enough money. this definitely looks like paradise :)ReplyDelete
OMG! What an amazing expo!!! These pics are mouth-watering, haha!ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a colorful week! :D
torturing me slowly here - drooling....ReplyDelete
That bike is adorable and I love all the original mt tape designs :)ReplyDelete
WOWZERS! I feel like there's nothing MT can't do. Your images came out AMAZING! Mind if I feature them on my blog? (Wiith proper credit and link back of course)ReplyDelete
Thank you. I'll try to get hold of the book. I've linked your 2 posts to my new blog...I'm very inspired by u. (for your bravery to move into Tokyo and also your creativity :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for the inspirationReplyDelete
You are so lucky to have enjoyed this
I am heading back to Japan next year for sure!
Amazing! I wish we had one of these down under!ReplyDelete
Drooling over the uncut rolls of tape.
LOVE! wish i could visit!!ReplyDelete
wow! what a colourful and wonderful post! thanks!ReplyDelete
Me too! Me too! Love those brilliant coloured stripes! Thanks for posting these, and for the shot of colour this grey spring morn.ReplyDelete
Hello, I was browsing around google under the keyword "zakka" and found your wonderful sweet & whimsical blog! :) your blog has become an instant favorite of mine and i enjoy browsing through your archives.. your blog is just the inspiration i need to get back into my graphic design.. and i found another new addiction to love of paper crafts! also love all the beautiful color palettes you have here with neon & pastel mixed together (my favorite color combinations) ! thank you for sharing your creativity with the world!ReplyDelete
Hey Eb, yesterday i got some tape that i ordered last week from the states, i'm so excited!ReplyDelete
Yves doesn't quiet understand the mystery of the mt. I nearly went nuts with the credit card...
hope you didn't go too nuts for the tape..
Hello サンド！I just wanted to thank you for this post -- I went over to the expo today and it was a grand time. I love your blog, you have great style. If you're looking for more Tokyo craft buddies, let me know!ReplyDelete
Thanks again, and best!
ps - congrats on your book!
I went to see the mt expo today, too! What a great find :)ReplyDelete
Hi Ebony! I just discovered your blog on today's Bright Bazaar Bright Links.ReplyDelete
What an amazingly surreal experience this must have been - I'm pea-green with envy! Thank you so much for sharing in such detail. It's the next best thing to actually being there.:D
Do you know where I can buy the new MT book in the UK or Europe?
Wow!!! So cute_(*O^)/ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing xoxo
Thank you so much for posting so many pictures from the MT Expo! I can't stop looking at how fun and beautiful the event was!
Can you please post the ISBN number of the new MT masking tape book? (I am having trouble finding it on amazon.co.jp!)
oh my looking at this post.. pinch me.ReplyDelete
I think I died and went to heaven.. wow! Love love love love....
Swoon. drool. MT ♥!ReplyDelete
We went and it was amazing! Thank you so much for posting about it - we were only in Tokyo for a day and I was thrilled the timing worked out. Big thanks to my husband for navigating us there.ReplyDelete
Thank you for these photos !ReplyDelete
I made a post on my blog (with credits to you !) here:
Thanks to La Rimule, I discovered your photos ! what amazing ! Lucky you !ReplyDelete
Where can I find the 2 tapes coming with the new mt book ?
I discovered your blog thanx to La Rimule and ...waow THIS IS AMAZING.....i love MT masking tape!ReplyDelete
hi! I discovered your blog through Ungt Blod and found it really lovely. I share same love for stationery, polka dots, colours, packaging, design and Tokyo! I will follow you closely :-) thanks for sharingReplyDelete
i love your blog :) :) i am visiting tokyo in march, and i was wondering if i'd be able to find mt at a shop there? it is pretty much the main thing i want to shop for when i come! :) xReplyDelete
amazing. subscribing to your blog now!ReplyDelete
OMG! Amazingness... it's like washi tape heaven!!! :)ReplyDelete
do you know where (or if I even can?!) I can get the MT tape book? I'm in the states... am loving how it looks! :)ReplyDelete
(love your site... found you via martha at christmas with your packaging inspiration- LOVE!) xxoo
I just totally love your products and always been a loyal buyers of mt tape when it comes to create something new from out of an ordinary stuff. These tapes are totally adhesive when it comes to keep it for longer run. Recently I have visited their page MT Masking Tape and found some really cool collections of tapes which could be used for so many artworks, well I m definitely buying them soon.ReplyDelete