Participated in Vintage pop-up shop @ Sumida Nagaya

Vintage pop-up shop @墨田長屋に参加しました

I'm Hanako, the designer of KILLYEDNA.

I participated in [Vintage pop-up shop @ Sumida Nagaya] on the weekend of February 1st and 2nd.

This year's participants
Owner of Sumida Nagaya
・Graphic designer ・Owner of monthly bar Mokoya
・【 RIGHT END ROOM 】Owner, kimono stylist/antique dealer
・Owner pastry chef of baked sweets torinos

Looking at the vintage items that were on display, I realized that everyone was enjoying various occupations. I have to keep challenging myself and have fun! Isn't it?

KILLYEDNA mainly exhibits "fabrics and handicraft items" that they buy all the time when they go abroad because of their work.

Each vessel had a different taste, which was interesting!
I collect tableware from an amateur's point of view, so I have a lot of different tastes, such as Pyrex I bought in LA, Japanese tableware from Mashiko, and glass cups and saucers from Europe. . .

Still, there are people who buy it, and I am deeply moved!

Neighbors, friends, SNS, and many other people came to visit us, and it was a great success for the first time!
The 1st floor [baked confectionery torinos] was so popular that additional items were sold out.
It is usually held on the 2nd floor of Sumida Nagaya, a guest house, and everyone was curious about the accommodation space.

It was a hit, so let's do it again next time! And the next time is scheduled for May or June.
Next time, we will announce it on the blog here.

・3/6-14 [Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store] 2F In front of the central escalator
・3/29 Sumida River Marche 2020 Spring Fukagawa Kiyosubashi

1-16-5-2F Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo (5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line)
Business days Thursday-Saturday 13:00-19:00 (closed for exhibitions)

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