Celebrating Spring

Its spring time in Japan. And certainly this is the most popular time to visit Japan. Its the time of the year when delicate pink clouds of cherry blossom bloom. Come join me as I celebrate spring in Kuala Lumpur with Tokyo Street Pavilion KL's lineup of Japanese treats set t ut the spring into the step of every Japanese lover.

From now till 28th March 2013, Tokyo Street on the 6th Floor of Pavilion KL will showcase a combination of traditional and contemporary Japanese arts including the Sakura Fashion Collection featuring Mina Watanabe, making of traditional Japanese umbrella wagasa 和傘 by Kotaro Nishibori and workshops. Catch also the Japanese Home Fair that showcases how traditional Japanese crafts are imported into contemporary living including Tatami furniture, fabric screens, glass arts and wagasa 和傘.
MOKU is a new range by Isuke & Co. Made of wood and combined with excellent craftmanship, these tableware are each unique in every piece and makes the most of the beautiful grains and marks of natural wood.
Catch the Sakura Collection combining traditional Japanese kimono and avant garde fashion trends by award winning students from Limkokwing University and Japan.
Delicate lace and material is used in the fashion pieces. Certainly marrying tradition and fashion.
Tradition meets avant garde
Traditional Japanese umbrellas wagasa 和傘 can be made into a lampshade too! Shop for innovative Japanese household and lifestyle products and be the first 30 shoppers to be win RM100 food vouchers with every RM500 spent in a single receipt.
There is also the Japanese Style Lucky Draw. Try your luck with the Japanese-style lucky draw with every RM50 spent at Tokyo Street or RM100 at any specialty Store.

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