[Mecha Sakura ~SAKURA Special~] Limited-edition goods appear one after another at Ginza Art Aquarium


Spring-limited Japanese sweets and miscellaneous goods are sold at the museum shop in the “ART AQUARIUM MUSEUM GINZA”.

[Aroma oil inspired by cherry blossoms] @Aroma

10ml 2,420 yen (tax included)

We sell aroma oil with the image of cherry blossoms, which is used for the production of the hall in the spring special project.

[IRODORI "Sakura Amber Sugar"] Tsuruya-Yoshinobu

1,296 yen (tax included)

Amber sugar from “Tsuruya-Yoshinobu”, a long-established Kyoto sweets shop with over 200 years of history. The three flavors of peach, cherry, and cherry blossom are spring-only flavors.

[Lacquerware] Kinomoto Lacquerware

Small plate: 990 yen (tax included), Spoon: 550 yen (tax included)

There are various lacquerware such as chopsticks, spoons, wind chimes and glasses.

[Japanese miscellaneous goods] Shibusaien Taneda

2420 yen (tax included)

We have prepared many accessories such as earrings and hair ornaments, as well as clasps, which are made with the traditional Japanese pattern expression of “tie-dye”.



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*1: Tomizawa, Yoshihide and Fujita, Yosuke (2012). The Latest Kabuki Dictionary. Kashiwa Shobo.




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