Monday, October 11, 2010

LOFT and Tokyu Hands

LOFT and Tokyu Hands are two big shops in Tokyo and they are my favorite places. They have a lot of items that are necessary for my life. Furniture, items for interior, stationery, accessories and so on. I can stay in the shop for one hour.

I especially like stationery and sometimes go to see stationery there. Japanese stationery are always innovated, useful and unique. Also design is not only compact but stylish. I like to find new stationery that have been innovated.
Many types are made as one item. For example, when I want a black ball point pen. I can choose my favorite one in four or five types. Each function, design, or selling point is slightly different from other products. The types of each stationery are diverse.

Today I found a new type of stapler , "Harinacks" and ball point pen in LOFT. The stapler can be stapled without staple. And we can erase letters that are written by the ball point pen.

When you visit Tokyo, I recommend you go to LOFT or Tokyu Hands. You can find your favorite items.
Loft ロフト and Tokyu Hands 東急ハンズ
Kokuyo コクヨ is one of my favorite Japanese company.


cuteandcurls said...

Yay! You've updated! Sorry i sound like Ive got nothing to do eh but I just love reading blogs :)I like stationaries too especially the letter pads and stickers :-) I like how Japanese products are made for almost everything, love it! That ballpoint pen is the most useful one as Ive got one of those! But id be interested to see the stapler.

Sweet Memory said...

Thank you for your comment. The stapler can't staple few pieces of paper. However, it is made for ecological item.
Anyway, I think Japanese like new and useful item.

By the way, I like Hokkaido. I have been to Hokkaido two or three times for skiing.
Food is delicious and especially Sushi and Ramen in Hokkaido is very delicious.

cuteandcurls said...

You are much welcome :) I look forward to reading more updates on your blog :) Whats been made in Japan are always useful, thats my opinion!

My father spoke very highly of Hokkaido when he was there back in the 80s and you just mentioned two of my favorite food - Sushi & Ramen!

Wishing you a great weekend!!