Here are some photos from my everyday life! Enjoy the entry ~
Gave myself a treat and ate this matcha roll cake from Nana’s!
The prettiest plum blossoms. Thanks neighbor!
Sharing some photos from our Japan Souvenir Jacket shoot.
Many thanks to Kathryn for coming up with this idea!
To my friends Allie, Emika and Anne, thanks for being game!
Thank you Sabrina for helping us out!
Everybody was so fun to work with!
Emika, Allie and Sabrina
If you are into Japan travel photography, give her account a follow and you will love her!
~ @kitsunekun ~
Walking around Ueno + Yakult corner in a random kombini store
Finally got to redeem my stationery haul gift from Justin! Thank youuu Jazuuu!
Just a quick blog update before I watch a Korean drama again, lolol. #priorities
Hobonichi With Me | Win a Souvenir Jacket from JLM-STORE.com 🇯🇵
Read full mechanics here: www.japanlover.me/jlmcontest
Win any of these jackets! Take your pick 😉
Also, the registration form for the journaling + brush lettering workshop is now up!
Kawaii Journaling & Brush Lettering Workshop Registration Form (03/11/2016 / Sat / 1-4PM)
- Date: March 11, 2016 (Saturday)
- Time: 1:00-4:00 PM (3 hours)
- Fee: 8,000 JPY (Discounted rate from 10,000 JPY)
- Instructors: Kaila Ocampo, Anne Kate Pinero & Allie Principe
- Topics: Kawaii Journaling, Brush Lettering Basics, and Stamp Carving Demo
- Slots available: 8 people maximum
- Registration is open from February 6, 2016 – March 8, 2016. ♥
Just spamming my blog with these sukajan / souvenir jacket photos at work! 🙂
Little Miss Paintbrush‘s badass kawaii sukajan-themed illustrations!
Japanese Souvenir Jacket photos by our in-house photographer, Justin Japan
Japanese Souvenir Jackets or more famously known as the “Sukajan” (Skajang/Skajan) trace their roots in the Asia Pacific during the World War II when the American troops stationed in the Pacific have wanted to have some “memories” or souvenirs of their foreign assignments to bring back home. It has sort of become a solidarity uniform or remembrance of their posts and service in the war and their comrades with whom they have spent some of the bravest time of their lives. It is said to have originated from Yokusuka in Kanagawa Prefecture where its name is thought to have come from – “Suka” from Yokosuka and “Jan” from the Japanese term Jumper or ジャンパー or jacket in layman’s term. The famous maker of them during that time is the staunch brand, TOYO Enterprises, which still exists until today. These days it has evolved to become the ultimate and iconic Japanese fashion “cool-tural” export product that resembles cool and street all combined in one statement.
JLM STORIES series ft. Anne