Nishiki has been around for centuries in Kyoto and as such, many of the vendors have been operating their stalls for generations. There are a few things I cannot stop buying when I travel ….perfume, quirky ceramics and cookbooks!
I swore to myself that this year I would buy none of the aforementioned items.
Or if you are a foodie, it could be an ironic jewelry statement year round. There’s a store I love to visit every time I am in Hong Kong – Goods of Desire, otherwise known around town as G. Even if you are not interested to buy anything, it’s...Nishiki Market is a must do if you are in Kyoto and are a food lovers like we are here at Accidental Epicurean.I lived in the Chinatown section of Singapore more than 2 years.Away from the glitz and glamour of the Louis Vuitton and Prada littered area of Orchard Road, I was hoping to find an authentic and more local living experience. One of Bangkok’s most famous “must do” things for tourists and residents alike is to visit Chatuchak Weekend Market.
I don’t know if you have seen this clever cleaver ring making the rounds on the interwebs.
Developed by Brazilian jewelry designer Raul Souza, it’s just in time for Halloween. They have an amazing plethora of cool, quirky funky items – perfect for oneself or as a gift to someone else. Among all of the other quirky cool places to shop like Tokyu Hands or Don Quixote in Tokyo, another shop not to be missed is Ranking Ran Queen.