Accessories from Japan (part one)

This week it will be seventeen years since I left Japan.  I cannot believe that it was that long ago that I lived in Japan for two years.  Although I have been back to Japan many times since then (including April this year!) on holidays, it will never be the same as living there.  It was the most exciting two years of my life, in which I developed a deep love and admiration for the food, fashion, culture and people of Japan.

In this post I have included my favourite accessories that I bought in Japan.  At a later stage in part two, I will include my favourite Japan inspired pieces that have been sourced from all around the world!

Enjoy my favourite accessories from Japan!


Bag: Robin Ruth, bought at Narita Airport.





Bought at Ueno markets




Bought in Harajuku, Tokyo.



Necklaces made from vintage kimono material.  Bought at Toji Temple markets in Kyoto.


Earrings bought at Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo.


Earrings bought at Daiso for only 100 yen!

 Watches


Hair accessories



Photos taken in Ueno Park, Tokyo in April 2017.


Which of my Japanese accessories do you like the best?

Comments

  1. Wow!!! What a terrific number of Japanese accessories you have. I liked every one but if I had to chose I think the origami earrings are absolutely beautuful. I might have to visit Sensoji Temple to purchase a pair!!!

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    1. Yes! You must definitely visit there if you're in Tokyo. Thank you for your comment!

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  2. Beautiful accessories! My favourites would have to be the bag with the fans on it and also the origami earrings!

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    1. Yes! They are beautiful, aren't they? The origami earrings are especially amazing as they are so unique. Thank you for your comment!

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