Scandinavian general store "Flying Tiger Copenhagen" from Denmark. When I first landed in Omotesando, Tokyo, there was a long line every day, but recently the number of stores has increased and it has become much easier to shop.
New items appear one after another every season, so I regularly go and check them. This time, we will introduce goods that are perfect for "petit hospitality" for the year-end and New Year holidays when there are many visitors and events.
◆ A cookie cup that makes you smile
This is a cute mug with a designed face. The mouth is a "cookie holder" where you can put cookies and a little fun.
The capacity of the cup is small because the bottom is raised (200 ml at the edge of the cup), but there is no doubt that the person who put it out will smile. The price is 400 yen (tax included, same below).
◆ Drink bottle like a milk bottle
Next is a drink bottle with a straw. It's slimmer than a Mason jar bottle, but it's just right in winter. The straw has a stopper to prevent it from coming off. 300 yen each.
◆ Everything looks fashionable !? Cutting board & pick
A cutting board that is convenient for cutting and serving cheese and bread. The material is acacia for 600 yen. Plus, add a neon-colored cocktail stick for a lot of fun. A lot of 30 sticks are included for 100 yen. There is no loss in stocking up!
◆ Finally, the iron plate petit plastic item
Flying Tiger paper napkins are 100 yen for 20 sheets. There are many variations, but there are many seasonal patterns, so if you like it, buy it immediately.
When you put it on the table, you can put it in a glass or lay it instead of a tablecloth because it is a large size. There are many cute patterns for the interior, so it seems that there are many people who wrap toilet paper and use it for DIY such as decoupage.
Flying Tiger is currently developing a wide variety of Christmas items. While enjoying Christmas with a different taste from Europe and the United States, please pick up this item!
* The items listed are those sold at the Shinjuku Flags store in early December.