Little Twin Stars Themed Café & Christmas Market Arriving to Shinjuku’s Lumine EST

28.November.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

Christmas is flurrying to the Lumine EST shopping mall in Shinjuku this year with the Twinkle Snow Market.


Themed on Sanrio’s Little Twin Stars pair Kiki and Lala, the market will run from December 3 to 16 and feature a pop-up shop decked out with a wintry blue design.

Kiki & Lala Plush Toy Set: ¥3,800 (Pre-Tax)

Tote Bag: ¥2,000 (Pre-Tax)

 

The store will feature four different photo spots for you to snap pictures that immerse you in the kawaii and dreamy world of Kiki and Lala. To remember your time at the market there are seven exclusive pieces of merchandise to pick from all available for this winter only. These items are also available at Sanrio now!!! in LUCUA 1100 in Osaka.

Puff & Poff Plush Toy Set: ¥10,000 (Pre-Tax)

Acrylic Key Rings (10 Designs): ¥500 Each (Pre-Tax)


The Lumine EST Shinjuku branch of Sanrio now!!! on the third floor will also transform into a Kiki and Lala themed shop from December 3 until early February next year. The item to look out for are the plushies of Kiki and Lala’s friends Puff and Poff. Only 100 sets of these giant 50cm long toys are being sold at the Lumine EST branch as well as the branch in Osaka.

Sparkling Star Omelette☆Curry: ¥1,550 (Pre-Tax)

Kiki & Lala’s Nakayoshi Strawberry Pancake: ¥1,500 (Pre-Tax)

The Twinkle Snow Café is also now running at EGG&SPUMA on the 8th floor until January 6. The menu features cute and dreamy Kiki and Lala themed food.

 


A stamp rally is also taking place from December 3 to December 16 at all the Kiki and Lala collaborative shops at Lumine EST. Visit each location, collect three stamps and receive nail seals with an original design. The paper required to collect the stamps is given to those who meet the condition on the official website.

 

Enter the loving winter wonderland of Kiki and Lala this Christmas.

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    For the My Melody Room, click here here: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/225795

     

    Little Twin Stars Room

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    The door to the Little Twin Stars Room bears a cute ☆ above the room number.

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    The star-shaped cushions are inspired by the star on the back of Kiki. Guests can fall into a magical dream together with Kiki and Lala who are sleeping with their unicorn atop a cloud on the foot throw at the bottom of the bed.

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    The curtains in all of the rooms are blackout curtains so you can have a peaceful, undisturbed sleep until morning.

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    The designs of the toothbrushes are different in each room.

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    The adorable door signs feature Kiki and Lala sleepy for guests to not be disturbed and energetic for the room to be cleaned.

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    Be sure to snap photo of the framed cute Kiki and Lala picture too before you leave.

     

    The Little Twin Stars Room was a world full of pink dreams.  It’s sure to be popular with children♡

     

    Next time we will look at the renovated Hello Kitty Room, so stay tuned!

     

    Writer: Ellie (MMN Editorial Team)

    Photographer: Kayo Sekiguchi

    Translator: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

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    Hi, readers! It’s Midori, from MMN’s editorial team.

     

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    Heineken Kirin Beer Garden: Enjoy a lamb BBQ at Kichijoji Daiichi Hotel

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    ▼Kichijoji Daiichi Hotel – “Heineken Kirin Beer Garden”

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    Time: 17:00-21:30 (Last Orders 21:00)

    Website: https://www.hankyu-hotel.com/hotel/dh/kichijojidh/

     

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    Beer Garden With an Unbroken View Of the Sea at InterContinental Yokohama Grand

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    ▼InterContinental Yokohama Grand Beer Garden

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    Address: 1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
    Running: June 14, 2019 – September 16, 2019 (*Except on days when there are scheduled events)

    Time: [Mon-Thur] 18:00-21:00 / [Fri-Sun & Hols] 17:00-21:30

    Website: https://www.interconti.co.jp/yokohama/

     

     

    Machida MODI at Renewed “Sky Beer Garden” With Projection Show

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    ▼Sky Beer Garden

    Location: LUGAR HA AMOR
    Address: Machida MODI Rooftop, 6-2-6 Haramachida, Machida, Tokyo
    Running: April 27, 2019 – September 29, 2019

    TEL: 042-812-2580

    Website: https://www.0101.co.jp/723/

     

     

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    ▼SKY PARADISE BEER GARDEN

    Location: Isetan Shinjuku Rooftop

    Address: 4-14-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo
    Running: June 12, 2019 – September 16, 2019
    Time: [Mon-Thur] 16:00-22:00 / [Fri-Sun & Hols] 11:30-22:00 (Last Orders – Food 21:00/Drink 21:30)
    TEL: 03-6890-0199 (11:30-20:00)

    Website: https://www.isetan.mistore.jp/shinjuku.html

     

    There are many different unique beer gardens being held this year, so pick the one that suits you most and cool yourself off this summer in Tokyo♡

  • Kiki & Lala 360° Exhibition in Omotesando is perfect for your Insta-story!

    31.May.2019 | SPOT

    As Japan is approaching the Star Festival (Tanabata*), you should make your way down to Omotesando in Tokyo! From Wednesday 27th June, there will be a photogenic artwork exhibition dedicated to Little Twin Stars called Little Twin Stars MILKYWAY MUSEUM -T A N A B A T A- PRODUCED BY LIDDELL. There are many ways in which you can get involved in the exhibition. From photo spots/booths and guest participation features to drinks and goods, the exhibition is out of this world! 

    Bed of Clouds Booth

    This museum exhibition is full of engagement and beautiful spots to combine the world of Little Twin Stars with the Japanese cultural celebration of Tanabata.

    *Tanabata is name of the Japanese star festival which celebrates the meeting of Orihime and Hikoboshi; two deities that could only meet once a year during the summer months.

    Welcome Photo Booth 

    The exhibition has seven photo spots which are a portal into the world of Kiki & Lala. Witness a sky full of fluffy clouds that look like a floating bed, or the enchanting night sky photo spot which makes use of Kiki & Lala’s theme colours of pink and light blue.  Make sure you take plenty of pictures and videos!

    Make a wish in the tree booth!

    The exhibition team are fully aware that Instagram stories are trending among the younger generation and therefore have carefully designed this exhibition to cater for this new social media trend! Engaging features of the exhibition include the beautiful star tree, on which guests can hang little cards full of their wishes! (This is also a typical feature of the Tanabata festival).

     

    Make sure to drop by the cafe where you can enjoy Kiki & Lala-themed original drinks! Before going home, don’t forget to check out the exhibition-limited original goods that cannot be purchased anywhere else. This non-conventional exhibition is the perfect place for photography and videos. Immerse yourself in Kiki & Lala’s world!

    There are also Tanabata-themed Kiki & Lala mascots that are dressed up like the two legendary deities of Orihime and Hikoboshi. This Insta-worthy exhibition’s key visuals and the cute Tanabata costumes are just too much to miss out on! ♡

     

    Come soar through the world of Little Twin Stars!!

  • To commemorate Japan’s new Reiwa era, Sanrio has announced it will sell eleven pieces of exclusive Sanrio character merchandise at Sanrio branches, department stores and their online shop from May 1, 2019.

    Sanrio has encouraged everybody to get along through their characters across the Showa and current Heisei eras. They will do the same with their first line of Reiwa merchandise.

     

    The designs feature the word “Reiwa” written in both Roman letters and Japanese kanji and will feature the brand’s most popular characters including Hello Kitty, My Melody, Little Twin Stars, Pompompurin, Cinnamoroll, Pochacco, and Badtz-Maru.

    Clear File: ¥270 (Tax Included)

    Hello Kitty Key Ring: ¥648 (Tax Included)

    Items include a tote bag, clear file folder, pin badge, acrylic key rings of each character, and more.

     

    Let’s celebrate a happy start to the new era with the Sanrio characters!

     

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