Logo Renewal!

by Keiko Miki November 18, 2018 1 min read

Logo Renewal!

Konnichiwa everyone.

Today we are very pleased to announce that our shop logo has been renewed!

This is because it will be our 5th year anniversary in this December. As this is quite a big event for us, we wanted to have something really new and fresh!

Our new logo has two types, one is this black background and white letters, the other is the white background and black letters. We chose thicker and stable font to wish that we can be your reliable partner, using this beautiful and deeper Japanese black called "Roiro".

Thank you all for shopping with us over past 5 years. We look forward to the next 5 years to provide you with the best experience possible.

Cheers for our anniversary! :)

Keiko Miki
Keiko Miki



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