Category Archives: Inspiration
I’m really excited bcos tomorrow, Saturday, I will be selling Japanese accessories at The East Collective Cultural Market
In My city we have what we call CultureNight once every year, where the whole city is bubbleing with events all over by creative people!
The East Collective
is a group of creative people that this night have created a Market-event where private people and small businesses can show and sell their stuff. Trappan is a place where students go and near the city center and there is where I will be tomorrow. Its free for anybody to get in and cash is king if you like to buy anything.
Here are some of the stuff I’m going to sell:
Hope I see you there and have a toki100% day♥
Konnichiwa this great Monday!
I have just had the best of company at My dinnertable. Miss Elli from East FM radiostation was over and interviewed me about My fascination about Japan and about My style, which we know is … StreetGyaru!
Always happy to talk about what I love.
She is a wellknown designer in Harajuku and designs crazy eyelashes!
She has a great mix of brands and clothes for this Manic Monday!
So thanx Elli and Vivi for bringing inspiration to this day, and watch out on eastfm.se for My interview (in Swedish though)! (o^^o)
What do you do when you can no longer find anything (or the things you want) in your closet?
You have a Closet Sale*\(^o^)/*
Make someone happy shopping from your amazing wardrobe.
This Sunday I had a Closet Sale at My place. I made an event on Facebook and had a showroom with all and everything I bought through the years and travels to Japan!
Happy shoppers and a happy me with more space to fill on My next trip to the land of My ♥
Try you to! Make someone smile^o^
So we say ありがとう, Thank You!
Hayao Miyazaki, the Godfather of animation and Studio Ghibli.
My absolute favourite is となりのトトロ, My Neighbor Totoro
Which one is yours?
My favourite store in Shibuya 109 is onespo
Check it out!*\(^o^)/*
And if you go to Tokyo, don’t miss this!
Just enter Hachiko Exit at Shibuya station and cross the street straight forward and you see Shibuya 109 straight ahead!
Its the season for firework festivals in Japan and I love this♡
Since I was little there is something special about getting out in the dark, bringing a blanket to sit on and all of a sudden the sky burst into different colours and shapes;)
In Tokyo I have been to Sumida River but in My city in Sweden we just had a festival also 😉
Not as much colours but still beautiful!
In Japan its traditional to wear a Yukata when going to a Hanabi.
Here is a video showing How to wear a Yukata