Friday, June 3, 2011

PERSONAL EFFECTS...Porta's Retail Adventure!—TokyoSurvey






PERSONAL EFFECTS
‘Porta's Retail Adventure’
Tokyo—Retail, Style and Service Personal Survey!

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the Portastylistic's Retail Adventure
in Tokyo

A week in Tokyo for a shopping/inspiration trip. It was looking for shops and brands favourite that personal effects specialize in Japanese spirits classic style.

the Portastylistic presents a list of our favourite brands like Porter Classic, Okura, HRM, 45rpm, etc. the most attentive services, the best store designs and the most culture concepts in the retail sector.



"Portastylistic-tour-of-personal-style-shops-specializing-in-classic-Japanese-effects-and-atmosphere" From a Father and Son Porter Classic shop in International arcade Ginza to a best concepts retailer in Tokyo and a great traditional Japanese brands Flagship store in US leader, we focus on the fresh concepts breaking through in an over-saturated market don't care world fashion trend. It's a celebration of good design, the art of doing the basics well and knowing to treat people.


A Touchdown to Porter Classic Collections Hobo style so the first stop in Japan. Katsu & Leo Yoshida just keeps evolving his American/Hobo-inspired Japanese spirited, So long., long times a waiting for visit here, it's perfectly to fine!



Porter Classic









Next, we went around the block to The Rugged Museum. I think this was the shop that really Rugged Stocks. I loved the design of the space. I think he is very impressed at the American ability to take an unremarkable space and rebuild it with character; in this case, to look like an old Factory., and next one of a goods shop shaming service we met Beams Boy that seemed to have occupied the small space but a lot of friendships service.



The Rugged Museum

BEAMS BOY HARAJUKU







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I was going to landing to Seilin & Co. Japanese culture store already visited all day , BlueBlue brands I mentioned, though, was how funny it was to see my long times favourite fabric name 'Sashiko' done by friendly staff through the eyes of Okura. Right now H.R.Market is one of the hottest brands in Japan but they are always bought with the unique perspective of buyers in each country. As I have mentioned before, I've seen all them in stores always seem to pick the perfect two Sashiko fabric Pants and tote bags or personal styles gifts to My lovely Family that reflect the local taste.


(The one of a very good Japanese foods, Inside it feels homely - opposite Rootote shop.)


*Porta's favourite!*
My first 'Sashiko' ^_^


HRM

rootote

MHL By Margaret Howell








So, we took uptown to the 45rpm store on Shibuya. Very cool. Portastylistic loved the Organic fabric made, Talk by friendly service staff that share the History brand and store space design, Our pick up 'Kawaii!!!' salmon plaid organic shirt special culture service package with Indigo organic Bento. Next, we going to Captain Santa Museum. Portastylistic got a kick out of the idea of city surfing.

45rpm

Captain Santa






Just down the Ginza street after landing to PC. Ginza again is the 100% Chocolate Cafe'. Another great location for cosy cafe', Super cute product and layout. In love! everything delicious.


100% Chocolate Cafe'





We left for the airport very happy to fine Soup Stock Tokyo,.. Ummm Yumm!!


Soup Stock Tokyo



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PERSONAL EFFECTS


It's so lucky!, I never thought to meet Katsu & Leo Yoshida at Porter Classic Ginza is my Iconic personal effects style but instead.....


- PORTER CLASSIC -
"One of my favorite best brands personal style guide!"


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We met so many nice people, The people we met were all so kind, helpful, and generous,
Special thanks to all the people on our one-week stay in Tokyo. We'll be back soon!


Thank you all


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