5 Chome-17-1 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

(813) 3582-7997

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Though her recycled chic has been featured at the Kennedy Center and MoMA, Nuno’s Reiko Sudo is mainly big in Japan, where her original, hand-printed fabrics are instantly recognizable. Within the Axis Building, in Tokyo’s Roppongi district, textile and design fans will find a kaleidoscopic array of original textiles, many with 3D embellishments. Tables hold colorful scarves, designed by Sudo and her colleagues, in cotton, rayon, and silk, as well as origami inspired tote bags while bolts of printed cotton and toile line the shelves. The store will make pillow covers, other household items, and even clothes in any of the materials.

Written by Cynthia Rosenfeld

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