The new HAA for bath Hibi (5 packets) is about to go on sale online on 11/1.
Prior to the online sales, TSUTAYA BOOKS has been selling the product at some of their stores since 9/27. (Please check here to see which stores are participating.)
At TSUTAYA BOOKS, the venue for the pre-sale, 15 artists who wrote about their "daily life" have chosen a book that matches the theme of each book and are displaying it with their products.
So we would like to introduce you to a wonderful selection of books in the journal.
Following yesterday's "A New Wind", we would like to introduce the book selections for "The Day I Looked Up at the Sky". We would like to introduce you to the book selections that we have received.
Five books selected for "The Day I Looked Up at the Sky"
"The Day I Looked Up at the Sky" was created with the image of a scene to convey feelings of labor to those who have crossed a major life mountain, such as childbirth, retirement, or job change. The word "Hibi" is stamped in foil in iridescent colors. The color changes depending on the angle, just like the color of the sky, which varies depending on who is looking at it.
"Hibi" is written on each wrapping paper. We would like to introduce a selection of books by all the expressive people who contributed, along with their comments.
"Blue Sky" selected by Takahiro Tsunoda.
Takahiro Tsunoda. Born in 1991 in Osaka, Japan. He left the Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Tokyo. After working for a fashion trade newspaper, he became a freelance writer. Involved in writing for media, managing owned media for several companies, and space design.
The blue sky Some people are afraid to look up. After reading this book, I began to think about that every time I look up at the sky. It may be something you can never understand if you live in peace. In Ukraine, where the national flag with the wheat field and blue sky is impressive, there are still many people who hide underground and are afraid of the blue sky. May we never forget such imagination.
Miho Kobayashi's choice of "Gift of Words"
Miho Kobayashi. Hotel producer. She works as if she were traveling around Japan, planning luxury hotels and concept hotels. She is currently working on the theme of "finding the value unique to a place, refining it, and delivering it as a story. Loves traveling, coffee shops, and Kenji Ozawa.
I received the news that my father passed away. I got the news that he had passed away. On the road to my parents' house, the too beautiful sunset I saw from the car my brother was driving sometimes comes back to me with a twinge of emotion in the back of my nose.
Whenever I am confronted with parting or loss, it is always "words" that pull me up. Words are the ones that gently share our grief and pain, and allow us to spend time together in acceptance.... I open this book many times and find words that feed my heart.
Shin Taku Kamioka's Choice for "Touching the rough and tumble".
Shin Tak Kamioka. Freelance art director/designer
President of design partner "kokochi". Born in Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture. After graduating from a design university, he worked as a graphic designer at a design production company before going independent in 2020. 2021 he joined Kosugi Yu Co. and Sento Gurashi Co. as an art director to enhance the sento experience from a design perspective. Master of Tonari Cafe, a weekly coffee shop.
When I look up at the sky, I naturally breathe more deeply than usual. This is a book of essays that will allow you to relive that feeling of looking up from everyday life, where it is difficult to catch your breath, and reflecting on yesterday.
Kon Ito. Poet. Author of poetry collections "Transparent Feelings Flowing on the Skin" and "Filling Arms" (both from Tanka Kenkyusha); released a miniature poetry collection "hologram" (CPcenter) with a set of chocolates in time for Valentine's Day in 2022. In addition to contributing tanka poems to brands and magazines, she is also expanding her activities by working on renewal copy for fashion buildings.
"Me? ? / This is a very conceited / person." (from the poem "Self-Introduction")
An anthology of poet Yamanokuchi Baku's autobiography. The selection is very good. Reading Baku's magnificent poems, even our spirits are lifted. He is so natural. The sky that he looks up at with such a big heart must be very honest.
Kosei-nochi. Born in Yokohama in 1989. Director of BRIGHTLOGG Corporation, photographer, and columnist, he has traveled to 30 countries around the world since 2016, and after returning to Japan, he will start living in two locations, Tamano City, Okayama Prefecture and Tokyo, Japan from 2021. Currently he has about 200,000 fans on his SNS, where he publishes works combining photos and words, as well as columns and essays about daily life. She is popular mainly among young women. She is co-author of "Recipes for New Product Photography on Instagram" and plans to publish her first book in 2022.
We are pleased to present a wonderful selection of books for "The Day I Looked Up at the Sky".
Autumn is a particularly beautiful time of year when the sky is in transition. The scaly clouds that fill the sky during the daytime and the magnificent sunsets that appear only for a moment in the evening make us think, "Today was another good day," and "Let's do our best tomorrow.
In this beautiful autumn season, please pick up one of the many books about the sky that we have introduced here. They will surely embrace you and gently push you forward.
The new HAA for bath Hibi (5 packets) as well as the books on display are available for purchase at TSUTAYA BOOKS stores where the product is being sold in advance. If you are in the area, please visit us.
We will also introduce tomorrow a selection of books on the remaining theme, A Modest Love. Please look forward to it.