Sculptural accessories, umbrellas and parasols informed and inspired by nature
Yesterday I got together with my good friend Murata san at Maison de HALUCA. A cozy, little cafe near Sengoku Station. I made a special Halloween Kabocha for this Halloween. It has cute Halloween motifs embroidered on it. There were plenty of kids there and their reaction to the Kabocha was great. The kind people at Maison de HALUCA served some delicious Kabocha flavored sweets and soup. I really love cooking so I made Tiramisu which everyone seemed to enjoy. I also finally got a chance to put on my Venetian costume made by Tanja Schulz-Hess! I'll be out in this costume for Halloween as well so you'll know who is trick or treating behind the mask.