ドローイング作品はすべて東京在住のアーティスト、CZAR藤本玲奈による。
麦わら細工、ヒンメリは葉山在住の造形作家、Nononiko の大久保 智子。
日本のヴィンテージは同Noninokoの大久保 忠宏が発掘したものである。

CZAR- Lena Fujimoto- Living in Setagaya, Tokyo- now showing at Courier

All t-shirts and tote bags Made in Japan by CZAR and Ends and Means.

Himmeli (straw mobile) by NONINOKO- Hayama, Japan

We have a special group visiting this week from the Freedom University in Tokyo (not really a University, but a group of people interested in the ideas of Portland as a model city). This is partly behind True Portland, the guidebook that came out some months ago in Japan. For some time there has been gaining interest in Portlands craft scene (of course right? the reason everyone is moving here, and how we get our own tv series). We wanted to update our links above to be more easily understood for those that are visiting our site for the first time this week. In addition to Japan crafted goods on bar, a more permanent beverage ware arrived from Italy yesterday- new cups from Ancap, designed and made in Italy, then imported through Kentucky. The new cups are all white, and similar quality to the ACF cups, maybe even better. The espresso cups are now slightly smaller in volume (i get 1.9oz below the brim). The Cappuccino cups are 5oz instead of the previous 5.5oz, which we think will lead to a more delicious drink. Down the road we also have a 6oz cup, which is hard to tell from the 5oz, but this will allow us to choose if we want a subtle difference in size for americanos or lattes. And we still have a bigger latte cup. We are pretty excited.

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