Sebastian Masuda x Felissimo Launch KAWAII COMPANY

02.December.2020 | FASHION

Felissimo and Sebastian Masuda have collaborated to launch the all-new KAWAII COMPANY.

 

KAWAII COMPANY opened its website on November 16, 2020. It is a project for those who love the kawaii side of life, aiming to add spice to everyday normality and expand everyone’s inner-kawaii. KAWAII COMPANY’s website will house a whole range of original items, such as the “Roomy Monster” outfit which lets you transform into a colourful monster.

Roomy Monster | ¥12,000 (Before Tax)

With many people working from home now, online meetings are the new norm, which can be a stress for a lot of us. But KAWAII COMPANY has come up with a way to bring smiles to fellow colleagues with their “Roomy Monster” outfit which is sure to elicit surprise and smiles when everyone sees a colourful monster on the webcam. The design is inspired by a monster that Sebastian Masuda conceived as a child, and now the colourful and fluffy beast has come to life.

Monster Multi Pouch | ¥3,400 (Before Tax)

This monster multi pouch is like a plush toy, featuring fluffy fur, colourful hair, sparkly eyes, and a flowing, frilly dress. Its enormous mouth is closed with a zip which when opened reveals a place for storing all your bits and bobs.

Mini Eco Bag | ¥1,500 (Before Tax)

These colourfully kawaii eco-bags may only be 19cm long they’re more reliable than they look. They can be wrapped up small for easy storage and unravelled for when you need to do a bit of shopping.

Double Gauze Mask | ¥1,600 (Before Tax)


Anti-bacterial Mask Case (Set of 3) | ¥1,400 (Before Tax)

Add some fun to your routine face mask wearing with a super cute mask and mask case for storage. They’re not just for show either – made with double gauze, the material is of high quality and feels soft on the face. The masks are pleated and so curve to fit the face nice and snug. The cases are also made so that they are anti-bacterial, keeping your mask hygienic.

Kawaii Tansan Senbei (5 Included) | ¥2,000 (Before Tax)

The Kawaii Tansan Senbei is the first entry to the KAWAII TANBO series in which items that KAWAII COMPANY discover while travelling Japan are made into ‘kawaii versions.’ These senbei rice crackers are light, crunchy, and have great flavour. They are tinned and wrapped in cute packaging too making for a perfect gift.

Discover and enhance your love of kawaii with Sebastian Masuda’s new project.

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    25.July.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    From Hello Kitty to Pompompurin, Cinnamoroll, My Melody, and more – Sanrio’s internationally adored cast of characters can be universally agreed to be representatives of Japan culture of ‘kawaii.’ In celebration of Sanrio’s 60th anniversary, the company have announced an exhibition centred on the beginning of kawaii culture. The event will take place at TOKYO CITY VIEW from September 17, 2021 to January 10, 2022.

     

    60th Anniversary Sanrio Exhibition: The Beginning of Kawaii recently finished up at the Matsuzakaya Art Gallery in Nagoya on June 12 and is set to move to Ōita Prefectural Art Museum where it will run from July 10 to September 5 before heading to TOKYO CITY VIEW. This exhibition will not only look back over Sanrio’s 60-year history, but will also dive into how Japan’s culture of ‘kawaii’ came about. Fans of Sanrio and Japan’s kawaii can expect product and design showcases, in-depth explanations, and more.

     

    Sebastian Masuda’s iconic artwork is the centrepiece of the exhibition

     

    Entrance exhibit in the daytime

    At the entrance of the venue is the Unforgettable Tower, a symbolic art piece by Sebastian Masuda created exclusively for this exhibition which towers 6 meters tall. It’s made up of countless plushies of Sanrio characters such as Hello Kitty.

    Entrance exhibit in the evening

    The kawaii installation stands gorgeously against the cityscape of Tokyo which makes for an Instagrammable photo in the evenings when the city is lit up. The piece, as its name suggests, hopes to create unforgettable memories. The exhibition is set to run through Halloween, Christmas, and New Year, so visitors are sure to make some memorable ones.


    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

     

    Shouta Aoi’s voice as the tour guide

    Having lent his voice to other Sanrio events, including at Sanrio Puroland and in collaboration with the Little Twin Stars, the Japanese singer, actor, and voice actor Shouta Aoi has recorded announcements for the exhibition which will be played to guide people around the event.

     

    A themed menu created for the Tokyo exhibition

    From Left: Anniversary Afternoon Tea / Hello Kitty Daisuki Fried Apple Mille-Feuille / Cinnamoroll’s Balloon Trip

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    THE SUN & THE MOON, a cafe and restaurant fusion on the same floor of the exhibition, will serve up food, desserts, and non-alcoholic cocktails inspired by the Sanrio characters. Special seasonal afternoon tea sets will also be sold on Halloween, Christmas, and more too.

     

    Dates
    Restaurant: September 17, 2021 – January 10, 2022

    Cafe: December 15, 2021 – January 10, 2021

    *Closed December 21-26

     

    The main exhibition

    The exhibition will be split into six zones with 10 different themes. Over 800 products, documents, and materials related to Sanrio will be presented, many of which will shine a spotlight on some of their most famous characters out of their roster of 400, such as Hello Kitty and My Melody, and other characters that might not be known to those outside Japan such as best friends Patty & Jimmy. It’s a chance to walk through the history of Sanrio and Japan’s culture of kawaii.

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    One of the six zones will look into secrets of Sanrio through the globally-beloved kawaii icon Hello Kitty. Another will display outfits such as the Hello Kitty dress worn by Lady Gaga.

     

    Original merchandise

    A small peek at just some of the items available

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    Sanrio fans can also get their hands on a collection of merchandise with designs ranging from the exhibition’s main visual to classic designs. There will be over 100 items to sift through.

     

    Tickets for the exhibition will be available from August 1. A limited number of special tickets that include free merch will also be released.

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

  • Sebastian Masuda and Felissimo Release Kawaii Multicoloured Miwa Soumen Noodles

    13.July.2021 | FASHION / FOOD

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    Digital Catalogue

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    The noodles aren’t designed just to look cute – they are authentic in flavour and in how they are made with traditional Japanese techniques.

  • 6%DOKIDOKI Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Pullip Doll Collaboration

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    Pullip/DOKI DOKI

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    6%DOKIDOKI has and continues to make people happy with their colourful line-up. Their doll is another step towards that goal.

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  • Colourful Dessert Buffet ‘OWNER OF A COLORFUL HEART’ to be Served at Conrad Osaka

    27.May.2021 | FOOD / SPOT

    Conrad Osaka is set to serve a very special rainbow-coloured dessert buffet called ‘OWNER OF A COLORFUL HEART’ at its Atmos Dining restaurant in collaboration with Japanese artist Sebastian Masuda, who is known for his iconic work in Japan’s culture of ‘kawaii,’ from June 4 to August 31.

    OWNER OF A COLORFUL HEART Peach Dessert Buffet

     

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    The picturesque buffet is made so colourful thanks to a range of natural ingredients such as paprika, turmeric, coconut, rose, and more. The ‘Colourful Heart Tarts,’ which look like baby peaches, are fluffy and made sweet with peach and vanilla. The ‘Sunshine in the Dark’ is bright yellow like sunshine and contains peach and vanilla caramel cream. The ‘Peach Prism Cupcakes’ glisten vividly, and the ‘Daisy Celebration’ is a wonderful mix of almonds, rose mousse, and peach compote. Below is a small peek at just some of the goodies on this summertime feast.

     

    Menu Sneak Peek

    Marble Marble Mousse

    Colourful Heart Tarts

    Sunshine in the Dark

    Peach Prism Cupcakes

    Spring Garden

    Daisy Celebration

    Playful Macarons

     

    The restaurant also has a photo booth where you can take photos together with some of Sebastian Masuda’s most iconic works. There’s also merchandise from the artist’s own brand Sebastian Masuda ART. And that’s not all – a special hotel plan at Conrad Osaka is also available where guests can stay in rooms decorated in Masuda’s art. The plan comes with the dessert buffet attached. There are just three rooms a night with this plan for the duration of the buffet.

     

    Bonus Item

    Win a free glass of sparkling wine by posting a photo of yourself with a heart in the picture at the buffet with the hashtag #ownerofacolorfulheart.

     

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    60th Anniversary Sanrio Exhibition: The Beginning of Kawaii is currently taking place at Matsuzakaya Art Gallery in Nagoya until June 12 and will move to Ōita Prefectural Art Museum where it will run from July 10 to September 5 before heading to TOKYO CITY VIEW.

     

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    This exhibition will not only look back over Sanrio’s 60-year history, but will also dive into how Japan’s culture of ‘kawaii’ came about. Fans of Sanrio and Japan’s kawaii can expect product and design showcases, in-depth explanations, and more.

     

    Over 800 products, documents, and materials related to Sanrio will be presented, many of which will shine a spotlight on some of their most famous characters out of their roster of 400, such as Hello Kitty and My Melody, and other characters that might not be known to those outside Japan such as best friends Patty & Jimmy.

     

    What to look out for at Sanrio’s 60th anniversary exhibition

    Unforgettable Tower by Sebastian Masuda

    Sebastian Masuda, a pioneer of kawaii culture, will showcase his symbolic art pieces at the event at TOKYO CITY VIEW’s observation deck, combining his iconic work against a breathtaking background.

     

    The Beginning of Kawaii

    Learn about the history of Sanrio’s culture of kawaii, beginning as a service to ‘move people’s hearts’ through gifts and products. Visitors will get a chance to see the secrets of Sanrio’s iconic style which draw a line under fancy products from other companies.

     

    There will also be a chance to see Japanese illustrators Takashi Yanase, Ado Mizumori, and Rune Naito’s work with Sanrio.

     

    The Birth of the Characters

    What makes something kawaii or not kawaii? Why do characters not necessarily need to have a story to become so popular? These questions are more will be answered as the exhibition looks at the birth of Sanrio’s characters.

     

    Sanrio’s Characters

    How did their hit characters come to be? During the 1980’s, Japan was a warzone for characters. Sanrio changed how characters became popular, moving from characters that were popular with everyone to creating characters that people wanted for themselves – their own personal characters. Discover how Sanrio’s long list of characters came about, including ones that have stood the test of time and ones that have declined in popularity.

     

    Ichigo Shimbun

    Ichigo Shimbun is a magazine published by Sanrio all about Sanrio and their characters – a familiar read to all fans in Japan. The magazine will be featured at the exhibition.

     

    Hello Kitty: The Character Who Turned Into a Global Icon

    Hello Kitty is known the world over, with even Lady Gaga having worn a dress of Hello Kitty plush toys in the past. This dress will be exhibited at the event, amongst many other things related to Sanrio’s global idol.

     

    A Battle Between Artists

    Artists from various artistic background will participate in the exhibition by creating a range of different Sanrio works. Participating artists and their specialities include Ryūsuke Fukahori (objects), Hajime Nakatomi (bamboo art), Takaya Mori (sculptor), Mio Hashimoto (sculptor), and Risa Fukui (paper cut-outs).

  • Sebastian Masuda x PAC-MAN Collaboration Celebrates Game’s 40th Anniversary With Merchandise and Art Installation

    13.August.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Bandai Entertainment is celebrating 40 years of PAC-MAN with a new collaboration with Sebastian Masuda, the artist and art director at the forefront of “kawaii” culture in Japan.

     

    PAC-MAN x Sebastian Masuda: Pop Culture Taken to the Next Level

    BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment is a Japanese multinational video game developer and publisher whose motto is “More Fun For Everyone.” This summer, the company is dropping a new face into the ghost and fruit-filled maze of their iconic 80’s video game character PAC-MAC. That person is none other than Sebastian Masuda.

     

    The scope of Masuda’s influence is unrivalled. His touch can be seen all across Japanese kawaii culture, ranging from his work on Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s viral hit music video PONPONPON which skyrocketed her career, to Harajuku’s famous concept restaurant KAWAII MONSTER CAFE, the Miracle Gift Parade at Sanrio Puroland, as well as countless work on TV, commercials, advertisements, characters, stage, concerts, and more. He is a leader when it comes to pop culture, and so it is fitting that he follows alongside PAC-MAN into this labyrinth of a collaboration.

     

    Primal Pop (PAC-MAN Mix)

    In celebration of PACMAN‘s 40th anniversary, Sebasian Masuda created a giant art piece entitled Primal Pop (PAC-MAN Mix) which is made up from a mix of historical PAC-MAN merchandise and children’s toys which aims to have the people who see it return the excitement they felt as a child.

     

    The art installation has been placed at the entrance of the BANDAI NAMCO Future Laboratory located inside the BANDAI NAMCO Group office building. It stands 2.9 meters high and 2.6 meters across. As of now, it is only available to see by staff and associates, but you can see a video of it being made below.

     

    Sebasian Masuda’s “Primal Pop (Pac-Man Mix)” | Behind The Scenes

    Sebastian Masuda x PAC-MAN Merchandise

    PAC-MAN Special Art by Sebastian Masuda Official T-Shirt (Black) | ¥4,000 (Before Tax) | Sizes: Small, Medium, Large


    PAC-MAN Special Art by Sebastian Masuda Official Sticker | ¥500 (Before Tax)

    A special collection of merchandise themed on Primal Pop (PAC-MAN Mix) was also released on BANDAI NAMCO’s online store Asobi Store on August 12 so that everyone can enjoy the collaboration. There are plans for overseas releases too.

     

    PAC-MAN: A Game Love the World Over

    PAC-MAN was first released in 1980 and has since become a symbol of pop and gaming culture around the world. With the outbreak of COVID-19, BANDAI NAMCO Studios made PAC-MAN Championship Edition 2 free to play on PlayStation®4 , Xbox One, and Steam® between April 24 and May 10 as a way to put a smile of people’s faces while celebrating a game that has become so rooted in pop culture.

     

    PAC-MAN™&©BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

  • Sebastian Masuda’s New Art Book Covers Everything From Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s ‘PONPONPON’ to Today

    31.July.2020 | FASHION / SPOT

    Sebastian Masuda, the leader of Japan’s culture of kawaii, released his first art book Masuda Sebastian Artworks PAINT IT, COLORFUL on July 31, 2020.

    The scope of Sebastian Masuda’s influence is unrivalled. His touch can be seen all across Japanese kawaii culture, ranging from his work on Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s viral hit music video PONPONPON which skyrocketed her career, to Harajuku’s famous concept restaurant KAWAII MONSTER CAFE, the Miracle Gift Parade at Sanrio Puroland, as well as countless work on TV, commercials, advertisements, characters, stage, concerts, and more.

    Printed in full colour, the art book covers Masuda’s art direction from 2010 to 2019 in the form of photos of his actual works, design sketches, and plenty of other content for fans to soak up.

    It also includes photos of an installation that has been visited by over 20,000 people which was created during Masuda’s time overseas in places like New York and Amsterdam, as well as his art exhibit currently on display at World Disney World Florida.

     

    Sebastian Masuda’s career as an artist spans over 30 years. Get your hands on a copy of his first art book to see his success over the past decade.

  • Colourful Yukata and Jinbei Collaboration Launches by Subikiawa and Felissimo

    07.May.2020 | FASHION

    Felissimo has joined hands with popular Kyoto-based store Subikiawa to launch a new collaborative series of items. They are now available to purchase via Felissimo’s official website.

     

    Who are Subikiawa?

    Subikiawa is a tableware store known to all in Kyoto that’s open around three days a month. “Tabletop Circus” is the theme of their hand drawn tableware series which is mainly centred around glassware. Subikiawa first began their collaboration series with Felissimo back in 2016. Since then, they have teamed up to make yukata, jinbei, pyjamas, clothes, and moreーall with Subikiawa’s cute illustrative designs.

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    The collection features yukata and jinbei made with designs so that parents and kids can dress up together. The clothes are made from 100% slub cotton yarn, giving them a nice feeling against the skin. The waist is also fitted with string so that even beginners to yukata can tie them easily.

    Kyoto Subikiawa Shokki to Tsukutta Nail Seals (1 Set) – ¥1,400 (Before Tax)

    Kyoto Subikiawa Shokki to Tsukutta Suichu Dance Bib Kit (1 Set) – ¥2,800 (Before Tax)

    The new collection also includes nail seals to make your fingertips bright and beautiful, as well as an embroidery kit to make your own cute bibーthis is part of Felissimo’s brand Couturier. The bib is soft and made using 100% Banshu-ori cotton fabric. Banshu-ori is a fabric from Hyogo Prefecture. The cotton is also dyed before being woven so the colour won’t fade as quickly when washed.

  • Beautiful Jellyfish Umbrellas Designed by Kamo Aquarium Will Keep You Dry

    26.April.2020 | FASHION

    YOU+MORE!, a brand of humorous merchandise and accessories developed by Felissimo, has teamed up with the famous Kamo Aquarium to release a series of jellyfish umbrellas.

    The intricate umbrella designs were developed in cooperation with the staff at Kamo Aquarium’s Jellyfish Dream House. Three different kinds of jellyfish were used as inspiration for the umbrellas.

     

    Moon Jelly Umbrella

    YOU+MORE! Moon Jelly Umbrella – ¥1,600

    Moon jellyfish are perhaps one of the most popular kinds of jellyfish out there. What may be the most striking part of this umbrella is the colour gradation which gives it a transparent effect. The edges of the umbrella are also curved, giving it a delicate silhouette and making it look even more like the real things.

    The umbrella’s frames are built strong, and the material of the umbrella itself is a white glass fibre which serves not only to mimic the colour of a moon jelly, but so that you can still see through it too. (As a side note, all three of the umbrella designs are made from glass fibre.)

     

    Northern Sea Nettle Umbrella

    YOU+MORE! Northern Sea Nettle Umbrella – ¥1,600

    Like the northern sea nettle itself, this umbrella features a dome shape and incorporates a stripe design. A northern sea nettle has 16 stripes, and so that many were added to the umbrella. The jellyfish staff at the aquarium praised this one as the most realistic.

     

    Spotted Jelly

    YOU+MORE! Spotted Jelly Umbrella – ¥1,600

    Like the northern sea nettle, the spotted jelly too as a cute dome-shaped body. If someone who has never seen one of these jellyfish umbrellas before sees this design, they’ll think of it as just having cute spotted design. However, a jellyfish enthusiast is sure to get excited as the sight of this one with its details like its orange colour and the dots around the edges.

     

    Kamo Aquarium will begin selling limited edition versions from the end of June this year which come with an ephyra charmーthat’s the name for a baby jellyfish. The aquarium is currently closed until May 6 due to the coronavirus. The latest updates can be found on their official website.

  • Cute New Doraemon Merchandise From Felissimo Can Be Enjoyed By Adults Too

    10.March.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Felissimo launched online pre-orders for its new line of 12 Doraemon themed items on February 20, 2020. Doraemon is a symbol of Japanーa national treasure that continues to be be adored by kids and adults alike around the country.

    The collection is centred around everyday practical items that can even be enjoyed nonchalantly by grown-ups.

    Doraemon Laundry Net Set – ¥1,400 (Before Tax)

    There are four in this collection of laundry nets, big and small. Designs include “Mini Doraemon,” “Memory Bread,” “Anywhere Door,” and “Dress-Up Camera.”

    Doraemon & Nobita-kun Slippers – ¥2,100 (Before Tax)

     Doraemon and Nobita-kun features on this collection of slippers. There are four designs, with the tops being made from corduroy, and all with beautiful colours.

    Doraemon Pull Pass Case – ¥2,300 (Before Tax)

    These three pass cases all have Doraemon designs and come with a pullable elastic string. Each has its own classy one tone colour. Perfect for storing small items and heading out.

    Doraemon Smartphone Cases – ¥2,900 (Before Tax)

    The three cute smartphone cases come in chic colours and designs, with an additional colour inside for the four card pockets.

    Doraemon Plastic Bottle Towels – ¥950 (Before Tax)

    Decorate your drinking bottle with one of these four cute Doraemon bottle towels, all with a cute tail. They can be used for other things like deodorant too.

    Doraemon Zipper Bag Set – ¥800 (Before Tax)

    Keep your food stored and safe in an adorable Doraemon zipper bag, whether it be snacks or ingredients. They’re perfect for giving gifts in too.

    Doraemon Nail Seals <Basic> – ¥1,450 (Before Tax)

    Glam up with some cute Doraemon nail seals, ranging from natural colours to gold leaf and more, which can cater to a variety of different situations.

    Doraemon Embroidered Pouches – ¥3,000 (Before Tax)

    These kits embroidery equipment to make your own Doraemon-design pouch. Make the pouch, attach the fastener, and you’ve got yourself a place to store your items.

  • Adorable Shiba Inu Slippers and Handkerchiefs Released by Felissimo

    06.December.2019 | FASHION

    Felissimo released a new line of shiba inu slippers and handkerchiefs from their humorous brand YOU+MORE! on their website on November 26.

     

    The slippers feature various shiba inu pulling adorable faces, with the sole parts made to look like their fluffy bellies. The handkerchiefs are made using appliqué needlework to stitch a variety of different pups onto them. The prints are so realistic you’ll find yourself wanting to stroke them.

    The slippers come in three designs: Black Fur, Red Fur, and White Fur, all with loving faces looking up at you as you walk around the house.

    The insoles are made with long and comfy boa fabric to create the fluffy underbelly of the dogs.

    The gauze handkerchiefs come in six designs: Pomeranian, White Shiba, French Bulldog, Red Shiba, Golden Retriever, and Corgi.

    The embroidered doggy designs are 3D textured, making you want to poke and stroke them all the time you’re holding them. The front part is made from gauze and the back from pile. One of each of the six designs will be released monthly over a period of six months.

    If you love shiba inu, or know someone that does, this is the perfect gift!

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