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路地裏のタベルナ ビッケ - 新富町/イタリアン [食べログ]
GW会社打ち上げで行った店、小さいけどおしゃれで美味しい。新富町。
ginza  food  restaurant 
may 2018 by unknownlabel
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Ziemassvētku brīvdienās šogad pētīsim Tokiju. Daudz bilžu un iespaidu.
tokyo  japan  ginza  from twitter_favs
december 2016 by konstruktors
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Ziemassvētku brīvdienās šogad pētīsim Tokiju. Daudz bilžu un iespaidu.
tokyo  japan  ginza  from twitter_favs
december 2016 by konstruktors
謎の非営利団体『銀座奥野ビル306号室プロジェクト』が部屋を守り続ける理由
私が銀座奥野ビルに出会ったのはつい最近だ。被写体としての仕事でフォトグラファーが撮影場所として提案してきたのが縁で足を運ぶことになったのだ。…
architecture  ginza  retro  from instapaper
may 2016 by unknownlabel
Tokyo Bookstore Only Stocks One Title at a Time
"Morioka Shoten in Ginza features a new solitary book every week, accompanied by related artworks and items

A new bookstore opened earlier this year in Ginza, Tokyo that takes the unique approach of only stocking one title at a time. A different book is featured every week at Morioka Shoten and it is accompanied by related items such as artworks and photographs.

This concept sets the store apart from others, offering a curated approach that combats decision fatigue and makes browsing a lot quicker by recommending a single title for customers to purchase and read.

The bookstore’s owner, Yoshiyuki Morioka, came up with the idea after organizing a series of popular readings and book signings for single publications at his other, traditional bookstore. He was inspired to open a dedicated space where a single book could take center stage. The second branch of Morioka Shoten was created by design and engineering firm Takram, who led the graphic design and copy writing for the Ginza store’s visual identity.

The book of the week is displayed on a table in the small boutique, along with Morioka’s personal work desk and a vintage chest of drawers that is used as the store’s counter. The minimalistic aesthetic of the space matches perfectly with its concept. There are no other items of furniture, and the concrete walls and ceiling are coated with white paint, while the concrete floor has been left bare.

Pieces of art that relate to the currently spotlighted book are displayed around the store for customers to enjoy, for example, ceramic jewellery and objects by Mayumi Kogoma were on show because they were inspired by Kenji Miyazawa’s novel Porano no hiroba."

[See also: http://www.takram.com/morioka-shoten-ginza-branch/

"Morioka Shoten Ginza Branch

takram worked on graphic design and copy writing for visual image of ‘Morioka Shoten Ginza Branch’

On May 5th, ‘Morioka Shoten Ginza Branch’ has opened in Ginza, Tokyo. With the concept of ‘a bookstore with a single book,’ the store is a second branch store for ‘Morioka Shoten.’ takram led the graphic design and copy writing for the new store’s visual identity."
books  bookstores  booksellers  publishing  retail  noticings  2015  yoshiyukimorioka  moriokashoten  curation  tokyo  japan  ginza  decisionmaking  minimalism  audiencesofone 
september 2015 by robertogreco

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