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Restaurant Visit: Tas Yard Café in Tokyo

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Restaurant Visit: Tas Yard Café in Tokyo

Sarah Lonsdale June 24, 2010

Part cafe, part garden shop, Tas Yard Café is located in the Sendagaya neighborhood of Tokyo, around the corner from my old apartment, as it happens, and is the work of Landscape Products (their popular store Playmountain is located nearby), a well-known maker of simple, artisanal products and modern accessories for the home.

N.B. Shinichiro Nakahara, founder of Landscape Products, is currently at the Heath Store in LA until September 5, displaying a selection of Playmountain products.

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