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Arts & Crafts in Roppongi, Akasaka & Around

Expat American Amy Katoh sells traditional and contemporary items such as tenugui (hand-dyed towels), indigo-dyed yukata (light cotton kimonos), bolts of nubby cloth and painted chopsticks. Pick through dishes of ceramic beads or collect bundled-up swatches of fabric for your own creations.

Katoh’s inspiration is the cherubic Japanese good-luck goddess Otafuku, who smiles from every corner of the shop.


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