It doesn’t get very cold this year.
However, I heard that there was a flicker of snow last week in the upper mountains.
Hmmm, I am not sure when to put on my studless tires lol.
Also, our studless tires are very old and I’m wondering what to do with them.
We live in a sensitive area where there are situations where studless tires are not that necessary.
Now, new items this week.
We have 15 new items in stock, including a series of bean plates designed by Emily Burningham!
This week’s recommendation: Emily Burningham Japanese paper boxed soy dish
This product is a collaboration between designer Emily Burningham and myiyama.
Emily Burningham was born in London in 1978.
Since 2005, she has been working on original works using her own designs, and is a highly acclaimed designer of cutting-edge textiles with unique designs influenced by Western decorative patterns of the 1920s and 1930s with a strong Japonisme influence.
His father is John Burningham, a picture book author, and his mother is Helen Oxenbury, a picture book author.
Emily says that the time she spent in her grandmother’s garden influenced her illustrations.
She was also influenced by Japanese art, which can be seen in the use of Japanese motifs and colors in some of her illustrations.
It comes in a Japanese paper box, convenient for both as is and as a gift.
There are more.
This week we also received 15 other new items, including a bamboo-like flower vase and other bargain items!
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Last week I went to Atami in Shizuoka Prefecture with a friend for a 40th anniversary trip.
Already… 40 years old… tears.
A view of the city of Atami from the top station of the Atami Ropeway.
The density of Atami is amazing, with many hotels crammed into the steep slopes.
I really liked the retro atmosphere of New Akao.
I would like to stay there someday.
Atami station was also very lively. It was full of customers.
There are many souvenir shops in the shopping street in front of the station.
The atmosphere was very nice, with a flavor that can only be found in a tourist spot with a long history.
Yamani also offers wholesale services to souvenir shops, so please feel free to contact us for your needs!