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Aoyama Farmers’ Market: Nordic Lifestyle Market, A Quiet Day 「ファーマーズマーケット Nordic Lifestyle Market一同/青山」

Aoyama Farmers’ Market is one of Tokyo’s longest-running and best-attended markets in town.  Every Saturday and Sunday, you can find the market in front of the UNU university’s headquarters. The farmers themselves man their stalls selling organic and local fruits and veggies.

You can also find a wide range of other goods such as honey, oils, spices and pastries. And last weekend, you could also enjoy the lovely fair “Nordic Lifestyle Market – a quiet day”.

farmers market

There were a lot of stalls to check out and here are some of my choices…

Fikafabriken is the brainchild of Ai Sekiguchi. Ai-san studied in Sweden and she is fascinated with the Scandinavian sweets and the culture of “Fika“. Fika is a concept in Swedish culture with the basic meaning “to have coffee“, often accompanied with pastries or sandwiches. Her stand was so cute fill with delicious Swedish Christmas cookies. Order her cookies and have a taste of Sweden! Check Ai’s cookies HERE

farmers market

farmers market

farmers market

Russell Jokella, is a wood worker currently living in Japan. He mostly creates order made furniture but every year he also designs these beautiful Christmas trees. He mixes several kinds of natural wood, with different colours and grains and carefully finishes them with oil. Follow him HERE

farmers market

farmers market

farmers market

A beautiful hand-made box for snacks

Delicious Danish food prepared by Cafe Daisy.   Hard to explain and even harder to pronounce, the Danish word ‘hygge’ (pronounced ‘hooga’) translates roughly to ‘coziness’ and that’s the feeling Cafe Daisy recreates in their Danish cuisine restaurant.

farmers market

farmers market

Super cool “Bicycle Coffee” started in 2009 as a family project which combined the love for riding bicycles and drinking good coffee.  They started in San Francisco building a small-batch roaster and began roasting beans. Once they were confident in their roasts, they hopped on their bikes and started to deliver bags of coffee. Great design + delicious coffee ♡

farmers market

Wonderful flower arrangements by Ani & Kumasi from I-Florist Ebisu. Finding fresh flowers in Tokyo is not a difficult task, but I-Florist has the most beautiful rustic arrangements to decorate your Christmas table. See more HERE 

farmers market

farmers market

farmers market

farmers market

Farmers’ Market little food trucks are always a great choice for lunch or snacks

farmers market

Nail art has been trendy in Tokyo for ever but I haven’t seen anything as cute as Koko Nail designs in a long time!  More HERE

farmers market

Is there anything cuter than these toast and croissant design! ♡♡

farmers market

farmers market

Heiwa Slipper is a must stop in Farmers’ Market. Made out of leftover knit fabric, these slippers are super soft and comfy. If you go visit this stand, hang out with Taisuke-san, the cool guy behind this brand. *Note: Have a look at their website to check their schedule!

farmers market

Adorable their new designs made with African prints and Hiroshima Denim. You can follow them HERE

farmers market

farmers market

 

If you are in town save some time to stop by Farmers’ Market. It’s a really cool place for lunch, groceries shopping and to get a nice souvenir for your loved ones.

Many thanks to the makers for letting me shoot their works. Please feel free to share this post on your social media!  SNS OK!

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Aoyama Farmers’ Market: in front of UN University, 5-53-70 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Closest Station:  Omotesando Station (Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lines, Exit B2)

 

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!

2 Comments

    • That made me laugh. I swear I’m in Tokyo! If you ever move here you’ll never be homesick then 🙂

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