Recently, the advertisement from Horikita Maki for the Tokyo subway makes me really want to visit Japan! Have you see the popular advertisement? Let’s take a look at the advertisement beforehand!
Based on「Find My Tokyo」by Horikita Maki, it introduces you to the local attractions which are not very well known. We were introduced to Ueno, Yukata and Ikebukuro, the most recent one is about Omotesando. What to see the other videos? Check out at the end of the article!
It is located at the Omotesando, in the famous Harajuku, Shibuya, it is not only the tourist and Japanese’s favourite shopping spot, there are many places here for you to make handmade little gifts, experience the job of being creative.
In the short clip, Horikita Maki was looking for something as a gifts, hence she came to find a unique gift in Omotensando. First, she went to a DIY handcraft store, she didn’t buy anything but she made herself a bracelet. Later, she went to a handmade flower box store~ Horikiita Maki said that, every time she explores Tokyo, she will be able to find a new side of herself! Do you feel the same?
Let me introduce to you, the unique DIY Stores!
1）Handmade charm for yourself! BROOKLYN CHARM
Address: Infront of Jingumae 4-25-10, Shibuya, Tokyo
Close on：Not set
Business Hour: 11:00-20:00
Located on the Cat Street in Shibuya, it is the heaven for those who love handmade charms! BROOKLYN CHARM’s decorations brings you a warm and natural feeling, it has more than 2000 types of bracelet, stones and vintage decorations. You can find and make a unique bracelet for yourself using these pieces and showcase it to your friends your one and only one handcraft (^_-) Experience the workshop which is located on the 2nd floor~ not enough time? It’s okay! You will definitely find something you like in it, there is more than 100 handmade product for sale! It is relatively cheap too, can use it as a gift or souvenir for your friends! They also have branches in Ikebukuro, Shibuya, Yokohama and Osaka, but it is not as big as the one here.
Horikita Maki also visited this shop~
2）Experience a day surrounded by flowers Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design Flagship Store
Address: 5-7-2 Minami-Aoyama, Minato, Tokyo
Close on: First Monday every month
Business Hour: 10:00-20:00
It is fully made of glass located along Minami Aoyama Street. This flagship store is a combination of a florist and café, the design is based on florist Nicolai Bergmann from Copenhagen.
Ikebana (flower art) has always been one of Japan’s four quintessence (coral arts, tea ceremony and pearls), hence the Japanese have a special thing for flowers. Not just that they love to study the discourse of flowers, they also like to do use flowers as decoration. Here, you can design a beautiful flower box for yourself or as a gift for your friends. It might be awkward to purchase a bouquet of flower and walk around the street, but a box of flower is totally different! Even if you don’t have time to design it, the designs here have more than enough choices for you to pick from! They also have branches in Roppongi, Shinjuku and Yurakucho! This is one of the best recommendation – Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Flagship store.
These advertisement about Tokyo trains are very attractive! If you visiting Harajuku, do not miss out these local stores, it might turn out to be a surprise experience!
Following are the advertisement done in different train station, the main case is Horikita Maki, and it is very attractive!