he whole building was full of little tables of artists selling their work. There were also some artists doing live painting and an area for performances. I didn't bring my camera though but I think it wasn't such a terrible decision just because the event was so hectic and I did not feel like carrying that heavy thing around.
There were really so many cute artists whose work I loved and I took business cards from all of them! I followed a lot of their twitters so you if you're curious, you can check out this little list I made here. I'm thinking of doing a write-up on some of them in the future.
I loved this girl who did live painting in a seifuku. It made me want to try and paint something big too.
|Not entirely sure what was going on here but I was down for a photo.|
Here are a couple shots of things I bought from artists there!
|From the Japan Lover Me booth! These pins are by Little Miss Paintbrush.|
|I love this cute little framed embroidery piece. n_n|
|You can't see it well but it's a gift for my local Japanese friend. It's a photo holder that looks like a strawberry cake and they even packaged it that way too!!|
|This pin is amazing but difficult to photograph. I bought it from this sweet girl who looked like she should be working in the Spank! shop. She doesn't have a website but her instagram is here.|
I had so much fun blogging in Japanese last time around and I will resume that with my next post on my trip to Mt. Fuji so stick around~