Spring is coming in Tokyo, amid the wintry weather.
This week, because of many things happening—the Chinese New Year, Valentine's Day, and a 7.1 earthquake in Japan, we've released more posts than usual. We just want to encourage you with a quick word:
For Valentines, we've received #GoodGifts that have given us a glimmer of hope, each item with a personal meaning, a symbol of the new things springing forth.
If people do remember the littlest details, like how giddy I could be with orange chocolate, and can give good gifts, what more the Good Father. "So if you sinful people know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give good gifts to those who ask him." (Matthew 7:11)
Eternal love for orange chocolate (and orange coffee) and tulips!
For 2021, from Chinese New Year until the Passover, we're choosing 21 random people from our list (email list with home address) to receive #GoodWord post cards. Knowing how online burnout is real, and with social gathering impossible, we'd like to rediscover the power of connection, the old-fashioned way. More details here. The Big Earthquake in Japan and How We Are Doing here.
Happy New Year: "On Lucky Bags, Positive Psychology..." here. We've also been posting more products for personal shopping on our Facebook and Instagram, from food, to home items, to porcelain, to sneakers, to pens and stationery, so please follow our page to not miss any must-haves.