Introducing Tokyo’s New Vintage Fashion Flea Market - Raw Tokyo
Several of Tokyo’s most popular vintage boutiques have combined forces to organize a new once-a-month vintage flea market, Raw Tokyo. The first Raw Tokyo featured 60+ sellers including vintage shops, independent dealers, handmade goods creators, indie fashion designers, antique shops, and food stalls. We saw lots of familiar faces from the Japanese street fashion scene at Raw Tokyo (both selling and buying).
The Raw Tokyo vintage fashion flea market will be held on the first Sunday of each month (May 1st & June 5th are the next confirmed dates) at the Farmer’s Market at United Nations University in Aoyama (15 minute walk from Harajuku or Shibuya).
We finally got to repot our beloved Entlings in these vintage cups and cauldrons ! These, as well as the glass jars, the doilies and the selenite tower, are from this weekend’s thrift store/flea markets’ finds. We got very, very lucky ! The jars will be emptied and used to make terrariums in the near future.
Yeah I know, it is late. But my makeup is still on though so I though I would manage to make a quick post eheh.
I had a busy day at a vintage fair/market thing today. I never got any good pictures from there but I assure you, it was quite something. Lots and lots of clothes I wanted to buy, and more than plenty of price tags to hate. Had to leave empty handed unfortunately. A jacket that costs more than my guitar is a definite no no for me.
Mr. Maggi himself designed
the iconic bottle that held his liquid seasoning, which echoed bottles sold in
pharmacies at the time. After offering stock in liquid and pastille form he
also designed the perfectly square stock cube – a design so simple and
practical that it was immediately copied by competitors and is still used today