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POST General Store 「ポスト ジェネラルストア / 自由が丘」

Post, a charming lifestyle store, has recently opened and I’m thankful that I stumbled into it.

Post General Store

Post General Store

Inside the store it feels like a unique world where every item has been carefully selected and where smiling salespeople let you browse around happily.

Post General Store

Each corner of this spacious shop is filled with a lovely selection of domestic and foreign home merchandise.

Post General Store

Post General Store

From décor objects to tote bags, pottery, stationery and plants, Post is an inspiring store to visit. The paper and envelopes (made in Japan) are simply stunning just like the stationery corner from UK.

Post General Store

And there’s more…

You’ll have trouble picking one from the wide selection of colorful hand-woven Indian cotton tablecloths and pouches or the simple yet stylish artisan-made ceramics.

Post General Store

Post General Store

Worth checking for inspiration and design!  おしゃれ ショップ!

Post General Store

I’d like to thank Tomohiro Yamaguchi who kindly let me shoot inside their beautiful store… ありがとうございます!!

Post, 5-20-21 1F Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Closest Station Jiyugaoka, Official Website: (Japanese only) 

All photos on this blog were snapped by me unless otherwise noted. If you see something you’d like to share, please be sure to provide a link back to this space. Thank you!


  1. It’s fascinating to me how the places you photograph look so much like Seattle.

    • I think there’re a lot of places here that have that ‘laid-back’ modern West Coast spirit. I’d go to Seattle to check it out!

  2. wonder art says

    The american side of Tokyo:) I love that area of Setagaya. Charming Mumi:)

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