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Eliminator, Tokyo Niche trainer store for savvy tokyo dudes. if you're lucky you'll run into shop manager masa. the man knows his stuff and loves to share. from top to bottom the store has been decorated by idée and the result is supercool. using wood, concrete and steel, each floor [nearly as small as your closet] has a different vibe. the ground floor address 10-1 daikanyama-cho phone +81 3 3464 8144 website www.eliminator.co.jp
Graphpaper, Tokyo Not just selling products but presenting them as works of art, Graphpaper is the latest specialty store to be produced by Takayuki Minami, a creative director known for his role in creating influential retail spaces such as Nakameguro’s lifestyle boutique, 1LDK. Unlike Takayuki's previous retail projects, Graphpaper is more gallery than store – a flexible space where he curates and exhibits the items he loves and recommends. At first sight, the room appears to simply contain
Nike+ Run Club Omotesando, Tokyo – Japan On offer is a so-called run concierge who can provide personal running advice, a diagnosis or private running classes, a stylist who’s readily available to make you look good even when you’re breaking sweat, and bra fitting for the ladies. Also on the premises is a tee design studio where to customize t-shirts, and last but not least a NIKEiD studio brimming with the latest nike footwear.
Pigment store by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo – Japan Warehouse Terrada has opened an ‘art supply laboratory’ in Tokyo — a scheme that also serves as a hub connecting manufacturers with emerging local artists. Named ‘Pigment’, the store has been completed by architect Kengo Kuma whose design comprises organic curved surfaces that closely resemble bamboo blinds. Beneath the undulating ceiling, pigments are displayed along the spacious interior walls, grouped according to their color.