Tokyo Craft Guide

Tokyo Craft Guide ebook PDF!

Tokyo Craft Guide is here!

USD $18
66 pages, 14.5 MB PDF
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Available now as a downloadable PDF ebook suitable for viewing on an iPad, computer, or to print and take-along on all your Tokyo craft-shopping adventures! Inside the book you’ll find:

  • Six adorable (and informative!) illustrated neighborhood maps for our favorite areas in Tokyo: Daikanyama & Nakameguro, Kichijoji, Jiyugaoka, Futakotamagawa, Komae and Fuchu
  • Over 50 craft and fabric shop listings with map and website links, hours of operation, and contact info
  • Recommended cafes to help you recharge that craft-shopping energy with latte art, cake sets, or traditional tea and sweets
  • A Japanese-language resource page to help you when shopping for fabric
  • Cheeky commentary by two craft-loving locals! (^_-)-☆

Tokyo Craft Guide ebook, contentsThe Tokyo Craft Guide ebook includes illustrated maps, shop profiles, and cafes!We’re extremely excited about our Tokyo Craft Guide. Our absolute favorite thing to do in Tokyo is to spend an afternoon browsing unique and wonderful craft shops, and more than anything we want to share that experience with others!

Tokyo Craft Guide is the first English-language resource of this magnitude: over 50 unique craft shops! We include many small, independently-owned shops that really exude the personality of their owners. Interesting, curated collections and original craft kits are just some of the reasons we keep going back.

The ebook doesn’t include standard favorites such as Nippori Textile Town, Tomato, or Tokyu Hands because we highlight these popular shops on our website for free. These places are great, but we want to take you deeper into the heart of Tokyo’s craft scene. Rather, we include the off-the-beaten-track places known and loved by Tokyo insiders. With the Tokyo Craft Guide you will have access to the best of Tokyo’s specialty craft shops and a world of beautiful fabrics, trim, wool, washi tape, buttons, zakka — you name it, Tokyo’s got it!

USD $18
66 pages, 14.5 MB PDF
Add to Cart

Tokyo Craft Guide — one part travel guide, one part craft-party-in-a-pretty-little-PDF box. *\(^O^)/*

Have questions? Please contact us, we’re happy to chat!

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Please note payments are processed via Miss Matatabi. © Copyright 2013 Tokyo Craft Guide. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. We have worked hard to make this guide as useful and as valuable as possible and would be grateful if you would respect our efforts by not copying this publication and by encouraging your friends to purchase copies of their own. We truly appreciate your support of our small business and for those featured in this book.  

24 thoughts on “Tokyo Craft Guide

  1. Emily

    Perfect timing! We arrive in Tokyo tomorrow and although I really don’t know how much crafty shopping I will be able to do with 3 kids, I love that I at least have a guided possibility. Thanks!

    Reply
    1. angela Post author

      So happy to hear it! Thanks Emily!
      We tried to leave tips about where to send kids/partners/non-crafty friends when shopping, but if you have specific questions, feel free to contact us. :)

      Reply
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    1. angela Post author

      Thanks so much!
      We’ve thought about a paper version and print-on-demand, but for now it is only available as a PDF. We’ll let you know if we start offering other versions though! Thanks again!

      Reply
  3. Jackie

    Hi, I’m Jackie and interested by you book… I’m french, do you think i could by you the paper version of the Tokyo Graft guide ? I ‘ll go to Tokyo for the first time because my daughter come to Japan to study, so, i think it will be very usuful for me.
    I could pay it by Visa.
    Have a nice day !
    Thanks for answer

    Reply
    1. angela Post author

      Hi Jackie, thanks for your interest! Unfortunately right now we can only provide a digital PDF, though it is formatted so you can print it at home or a local copy shop if you would like. Please let us know if you have any more questions, you can send us an email by clicking “CONTACT” at the top of this page.
      Thanks again! I hope you and your daughter enjoy Tokyo!

      Reply
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    I wish I had thought to look on Pinterest before my trip to Tokyo at the beginning of April. Happily I think I might be back in 2016. Are you planning updates so everything is current. Onegaitashimasu, ne!

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