Photogenic Candy Land Opens in Shibuya
On September 9, FuRyu opened moreru mignon – a shop where guests can have their photos taken with a sticker printing machine and try various other services – at the 7th floor of Shibuya’s fashion building, SHIBUYA109.
This shop was decorated by the sweets artist, KUNIKA. Using features like massive cake sofas, a sweets bathroom with a cute canopy, and a sweets photo studio that’ll make you feel like you’re inside a giant kaleidoscope, she used a unique world view to create a Okashi no Kuni (Candy Land) inside the store. You will definitely enjoy taking photos in this photogenic space that will surely look great on social media.
The uniform of the shop staff, made in collaboration with the stylist, Kayoko Ishikawa, was also unveiled at the opening event. The uniform makes the staff look like pink fairies guiding guests into the Candy Land. The uniform – pink in color and made from high-quality material – is designed to reflect the cute world view of this shop.
Starting September 9, there will also be a promotion to commemorate the opening of the shop. So, what are you waiting for? Come and enjoy the full lineup of services in this land of sweets with a photogenic world view, and take a lot of photos with a printing machine that will make you look even better!
Hours: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
[This article was originally published in Walkerplus on 09.09.2017]
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