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Sharing the Love

I do this little thing over at my personal blog, sushi zume, called Sharing the Love. It is basically a way of sharing a bunch of coolness and fun filled stuff in the one post, you know when there is just so much love flying around to be grateful for!

This week we have been very grateful to receive some lovely reviews and support from customers and bloggers around the globe. So we thought we would share the love that has been sent our way.

The week began with a super cool post from a crafty adventurer over at Super Eggplant. Thank you to Mariko over at Super Eggplant for a very lovely review of her TM experience. We are blushing! Thanks also for supporting Sidney Pink and Tiny Azure!

Fragment Shimokitazawa

T-shirt Design and Trend blog Cottonable shared their love for Shojo no Tomo.

Today we received THE coolest email from Holly, who recently bought Sci Fi and Ken Scratch pieces.

Hello Masao and Deanne,

Just to let you know my necklaces arrived today and I'm totally thrilled
with your outstanding customer service and with the quality of the products.
The extra care and attention to detail you put into the presentation and
packaging is amazing. Keep up the good work and I'll be back soon...

Holly x

Thanks so much Holly for your sweetness. We are super happy that you like your new necklaces!

Tokyomade is all about sharing the love and supporting independent design and creation in Japan. Thank you for sharing your love and supporting in your own way!


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