Despite my Korean heritage, I’m an unabashed Japanophile, so no trip to Seattle is complete with a stop at Uwajimaya and Kinokuniya. Usually I stop in for a quick lunch at the food court and then spend an hour (or several) at Kinokuniya browsing Japanese craft books and magazines. This time I skipped lunch in favor of some frozen yogurt (made from strained Greek yogurt) with crushed oreos. (Which was a good thing because that left room for my mid-afternoon snacks at Salumi and Le Panier. More on both later.) As my collection of Japanese craft books has grown, I’ve gotten *much* better at restraining myself from purchasing everything at Kinokuniya. Still, it’s hard (ahem, impossible) to walk away empty handed, so I did buy this book and one of my favorite Japanese pens. I cannot wait until I have some time (hopefully soon) to make some projects from this book. Happy Friday!
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