Like a modern romance – Our Kawaii Tokyo Book was made real by creatives-turned-friends who met through the internet knowing that they share the same passion about kawaii shopping, traveling, and sharing content about Tokyo. After countless of hangouts around Tokyo, we finally created Our Kawaii Tokyo. It is a combination of our own interests and what our friends like.
Just like most of you, we love hanging out at cute cafes, taking photos and sharing the information through social media. It started out as a collaboration project at Japan Lover Me (a website sharing worldwide Japan love) and many other projects that followed such as a stint Kawaii PH TV show on IBC13 (Philippine local channel) and Tokyo Extra (Japanese TV show and live streaming). We want to prep you for your first visit to Tokyo or share something new to try on your next visit.
With the help of our friends and support from fellow Tokyo lovers, we hope to give you the best Kawaii Tokyo experience through this book.
Weeks ago, my friend and I visited a Sumikko Gurashi-themed cafe located at Tachikawa, Tokyo. It’s only until September 29 this month so if you are a big Sanrio / Sumikko fan, you should definitely go to this place!
Seats are limited and I suggest that you get “ticket reservations” as early as you could. The cafe opens at 11AM.
Jeremee and I arrived at the Cafe at around 1PM and we got tickets for the 4-5PM slot.
Samantha Thavasa collaborated with artist KLOKA for their Bon Bon Voyage collection. It was launched for everyone last August 11 and it will be running until September 9. It was filled with whimsical objects such as candy-coloured clouds and pastel furnitures. It reminded me of “The Secret Patisserie” event by KLOKA I attended back in 2015. – Ashley
Those bags we covet!
As usual (only cuter this time around), they have THE CLOUD SALON – cotton candy cloud making machine.
If you’re in Tokyo right now, make sure to drop by! You’re indeed really lucky!