mono.log(ue)

Notebooks, pens, plates, cups, lip sticks, eyeshadows, tables, chairs...looking around myself in the room, I realized how many things I was surrounded by.

There are things which I really like and have used for a long time, things which I needed and bought, and of course, things I just bought but without any consideration.

Traditionally, Japanese people think that besides humans, every nature, animal, and even thing (“mono” in Japanese) has its own soul.

So, I think to introduce things, made in Japan, around me is a good opportunity to tell you about our culture and to think about the relationship between me and the things that surround me.

Let’s take a look!

Written by: SAKI.S

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