“Machiya cafes” have become quite popular in Kyoto these days. They are basically cafe’s which are created out of an old/traditional-style house and converted into Japanese organic cafes.
Monsieur Bleu, WELL can I get a GOT DAMN!!! Architect Joseph Dirand renewed the glamour of this building's 20th century rooms while retaining original touches like the Lalique inserts. using brass ocean-liner lanterns and plenty of green marble this HO! get's 10's across the board!!! And the address being 20 Avenue de New York you should expect no less, Chef Benjamin Masson is giving us just what we need...I can't wait until my next trip to Paris.....RR
Space witch disco! One of my current favorite designers, Killstar, sent me some dark fashion to model. I paired it with two gifts made from wood: cat-eye sunglasses from Moat House, and a carved iPhone case by SVNTY. Take a walk on the witchy side... and find out where you can see powerful masks and totems, up close. My outfit of the day had a spooky-spiritual vibe, so I wanted a location that reflects this: the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver. The stark exterior, designed by famous…
Peek inside the Japanese OWL cafe -- where you play and pet with baby owls!! Exclusive photos from Tokyo's Fukuro no Mise are on La Carmina blog >> http://www.lacarmina.com/blog/2014/08/tokyo-japan-owls-theme-cafe/ pet owls japan cafe
Coutume Cafe 47 Rue de Babylone 75007 Paris
Cafe in Seoul
63.02°, built in a densely residential area in Nakano, Tokyo | Schemata Architects / Jo Nagasaka