Dad’s Dream MicroBead Pillow
Make sure dad gets the best sleep at night with this three-layer microbead pillow made for men by men. Filled with three kinds of microbeads to comfortably support the head and neck, this dream pillow assures good rest at night and even has an odor eliminating effect — but you may want to keep this a secret from dad! Purchase online on Rakuten.
If dad loves being active and fit, get him a wristband that inspires him to keep staying healthy and motivated. FitBit tracks the heartbeat, stores your dad’s favorite tunes and pumps him up for his workout or just his usual walk. Purchase at Bic Camera, Tokyu Hands and Loft or on Amazon Japan.
Gourmand Lunch Course at The Grand Hyatt
Invite dad to a delicious teppanyaki-style feast at Keyakizaka, the stylish restaurant based on the first floor of Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Their special Father’s Day menu includes grilled seasonal vegetables, savory wagyu beef, garlic rice, desserts and drinks. The perfect way to take out dad on a date out in the city! Reservations recommended.
Moisturizing Emulsion from Shiseido Men
This quick-absorbing emulsion will make dad look and feel younger in no time! It minimizes the appearance of fine lines, protects the face and neck from dryness and excessive skin oil. It also soothes razor burns and skin roughness and will leave your dad’s skin feeling smooth like a baby. Purchase at Shiseido stores in Tokyo or order online.
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Source: Trends in Japan
It’s no secret that the Japanese like to be organized — and to do it in the most minimal way. The immense international success of Marie Kondo’s “decluttering” methods is proof, though, that this punctilious approach can travel well and has a universal appeal.
King Jim is one of Japan’s most innovative brands, producing items for office workers that are nifty, affordable, and fun. Its previous hits include the Rolto iPhone Screen Printer, Mezamashi Vibrating Alarm Earphones, and Wearable Futon Air Mat.
Now here comes its latest unique product and it’s bound to delight fans of decluttering the world over.
The Katazukemasu Desktop Organizer is a modular multi-purpose office tool board.
You lay down the Base Sheet, put on all the items you want to tidy up, “draw” their outlines by taking out the sheet’s small squares, and then put in their place the foam blocks from the Block Sheet. You are left with a tray for each of your tools in its own cutout case that you can keep in your drawer of your desk.
Though designed originally for stationery and office utensils (scissors, staplers, pens, and so on), there’s stopping you from customizing the board to use it for other kinds of tools and storage needs.
The Katazukemasu Desktop Organizer is available now for international orders from Japan Trend Shop.
The rainy season is officially upon us, which means that it’s also time for the annual bad hair month for us living in Japan, especially the ladies with curly and frizzy hair. I mean, aren’t you annoyed at how much time you waste every day making your hair perfect — only to see all that effort go down the drain as soon as you step out of the house? We know this too well: the humidity and wetness that comes with the rainy season is the worst recipe for good hair that lasts all day long. But with a little bit of preparation and careful planning, the weather won’t bother you and you’ll be your usual stunning self in no time.
Here are a few tips and tricks recommended by professional hairstylists on how to stay on fleek during Japan’s rainy season.
1. Yes, get that straight perm
If you’re ready to commit to a more permanent solution, doing a straight perm is the first thing you should do with your hair. Not only will it leave your hair silky and smooth, but it will last for the whole year (or at least half year if you have more curly hair). The straight perm (縮毛矯正, shukumo kyosei in Japanese) will spare you the daily hair iron stress, leaving you with more time to enjoy your mornings and get ready for work. The price of getting one ranges from around ¥7,000 to over ¥20,000, depending on the salon, but it’s definitely worth the investment.
One of our favorite salons, Toni & Guy is currently offering a special 30 percent off discount for first-time customers getting a haircut and straight perm in a single visit at their salons in Ebisu, Harajuku, Hiroo and Aoyama, so go ahead and make good …continue reading
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A stylish but cheap yukata is easy to find, come summer.
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