Episode #93Innovative Bento ~Kawaii Food On-The-Go~

Growing up outside of Japan a paper-bag lunch, or a couple bucks to buy something was perfectly fine. Bad news: bento lunchboxes are a seriously kawaii method communication between hungry family members. Good news: you’re in for the lesson you didn’t even know you wanted! [UTC]
October 5 Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30 / 18:30
Shooting Locations
  • Obentoubako Hakubutsukan

    Obentoubako Hakubutsukan A bento-box museum that is on the second floor of the Japanese wheat gluten speciality shop, exhibits about fifty bento-boxes back from the mid-Edo period to this day, along with related documents. Place: Shonincho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto


    LOFT SHIBUYA A variety shop that carries various beauty and health products, stationaries and household goods. Place: Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Photobook
  • Akiyoshi Hashiguchi

    Akiyoshi Hashiguchi Owner of a custom made sneaker shop. He will show us his “Neo-Shimokitazawa” outfit using many colors to represent the colorfulness of Shimokitazawa.

Kawaii Tutorial
  • Hiroe Miyaoka

    Tape free Gift-wrapping and How to make Pong pong bows
    Hiroe Miyaoka
    She showed us an easy way to wrap gifts without using tapes and how to make pong pong bows using yarns.

    An instructor of gift wrapping. She is an expert of coming up with unique wrapping ideas. She has published many books worldwide.

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