The three criteria for my selection are as follows:
- A store that teaches you how to use the product for a long time.
- Shops that sell high-quality basic items rather than fashionable trend items.
- Shops that convey wonderful Japanese production techniques and traditions.
Sustainable Shops List
BLOOM&BRANCH (AOYAMA, TOKYO)
The shaved ice that can be eaten here, especially during the spring and summer months, is fantastic‼︎
Factelier (GINZA, TOKYO)
Japan is the first country in the world to enter an Aging society, and there is a social problem that there are no successors to take over the wonderful technology.
The nice thing about them is that they share their craftsmanship and passion with us. They always say with confidence,
FilMelange (ROPPONGI, TOKYO)
They have also started a project to collect their products from their customers, recycle them, and renew them.
So, let me know what you think about this. I am going to introduce you to some cool stores next opportunity again.
I appreciate you taking the time out to read this blog.