Market Portraits Tamakurya
Takako and Maurya are craft-loving mums who reuse vintage kimono fabric to create beautiful objects, clothing and accessories that tread lightly on the environment. They also produce furoshiki – sustainable and reusable eco-wrap – and teach the 2000-year-old Japanese practice of wrapping with fabric as an alternative to single-use materials.
Pick Store CRAFT
In this Japanese concept store, homeware and apparel are selected for practicality and style.
Miki Meshi Food & Drink
Three friends create homemade Japanese bento with fresh vegetarian and vegan flavours.
AUN Food & Drink
Western techniques meet Japanese flavours in the dishes of this independent Stoke Newington restaurant.
Forest Hills Gelato Food & Drink
The freshest, most indulgent ingredients become great-tasting gelato and sorbet, sold from a bicycle cart.
Luneta Creations CRAFT
Vintage beads find a new life in handmade contemporary necklaces, earrings and more.
Auld Hag Food & Drink
Traditional Scottish scran is fondly reinvented with new takes on classic and global dishes.