Mitate, Hiroo – Japanese Crafts

*** 2018 UPDATE: MITATE PERMANENTLY CLOSED ***

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I had been biking past Mitate for years, until yesterday when my curiosity got the best of me. Mitate is located in a water themed facility called Le Bain in Nishi Azabu, and most of the items for sale are associated with bathing, water or used in a bathroom. I have added Mitate to my list of antique arts and crafts!Mitate BestLivingJapan

There is a beautiful selection of Japanese made bamboo trays and bowls for wet towels and bath items. Also, a must buy are the beautiful glass cups and dishes to display in your bathroom. Mitate is a great place to buy Japanese souvenirs to take a bit of Japan home with you from incense and bath stools to towels. The le bain complex also has a small coffee shop where you can enjoy drinks while viewing the two galleries that are also in the complex.

mitateIf you are remodelling or building a house in Japan, the basement floor has a beautiful selection of domestic and international bathtubs, sinks and other bathroom fixtures.

Enjoy visiting Le Bain and Le Mitate and envision a more beautiful bath time!

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Address: le bain 1F, 3-16-28 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区西麻布3-16-28 le bain1F)
Phone: 03-3479-3842
Open: Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 – 19:00; closed Mondays
Access: A 10  min walk from Hiroo or Roppongi stations on the Hibiya line
Website: http://www.mitate.com/guidance/index.html

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Mitate –  Japanese Crafts (Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku)

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