Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Tokyo Cafe in Frankie Magazine's SPACES

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This is a little story I produced and photographed on Hattifnatt cafe for Frankie Magazine's SPACES mook. It's one of my favourite cafes in Tokyo, I hope you can visit one day and sit in the little tree house.

xoxo

19 comments:

  1. Lovely! :-) Can you get this magazine in US?

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  2. Very pretty place!!! Love the wood stuff!

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  3. I want SPACES so bad! Need it! ^_^

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  4. かわいいカフェだね! 日本楽しみ!!!! xox

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  5. This is such a lovely space - I love the whole handmade feel with the decor, menus and even the stool!

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  6. Yes! I saw your it in there and thought yay Ebony! Wonderful photos and great story with the owner:)

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  7. oh it is gorgeous. I hope I can visit one day too!

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  8. this cafe belongs to a fairy tale... a bear, a fox, and an owl should be the employees!!! :>

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  9. What thats amazing congratulations! I would love to visit this café but first I would need a ticket to Japan.lol..Anyway I think you did a nice job, your photographs are really nice

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  10. Great space full of such beautiful things!
    Really would like to visit it!
    Thank you

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  11. That looks like a great book - I lived in Australia for a couple years, and loved Frankie. The cafe looks super!!! My husband and I met in Japan, and it's now on the places to go when we make a return visit =) Their website is great too - such a clever idea, and eases my yearning for Japan-sickness.

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  12. tokyo magazienes are infectiously cool. i hope to catch the bug one day..

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  13. one day, I'll crochet a stool cover like that too! By the way, I also LOVE Frankie!

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  14. Renee and I loved the Kichijōji Hattifnatt, you didn't mention how child-friendly it was. There was a baby party underway when we went and Tallulah (our newborn) fit in nicely! We loved the animal murals (and so did all the children there)!

    We are going to check out the Kōenji one before we leave it was so much fun!

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