Sneakersnstuff is proud to announce the opening of it’s Tokyo location on December 14th, 2019: the 7th SNS store globally following locations in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Paris, New York and Los Angeles.
Sneakersnstuff Tokyo is located on Log Road in Daikanyama and features three buildings that include the SNS café with its outdoors terrace and the SNS Delivery Truck parked in front.
Designed and built by SNS together with Jenny Askenfors of Bofink Design Studio – the architect and interior designer for all SNS shops and offices globally – the store follows the Sneakersnstuff design and architecture ethos of being inspired and influenced by the country, city and neighborhood the store is in, mixed with the Swedish and Scandinavian heritage and design. SNS Tokyo space looks to the traditional as well as contemporary Japanese culture reflected in the interiors.
Following the SNS Bar in NYC and the SNS Berlin space for exhibitions and events, the SNS Café is our place for friends, customers and Tokyo residents to come hang out and enjoy some food and drinks, and be a part of the SNS community.
The SNS Café features a Gift Shop with exclusive SNS Brand Tokyo items, a dedicated section for art exhibitions with and for Tokyo creatives and includes a large custom made bookshelf with a curated selection of books to read while at the Café that represent the inspiration for – and the world of – SNS.
The Swedish inspiration comes through in design elements such as custom SNS chairs by Artek with seats of M90 camo in leather, Bumling lamps and much more.
The SNS Café will be run by Sneakersnstuff in partnership with Camelback; a highly acclaimed Tokyo based coffee and sandwich shop. The menu will feature Swedish and Japanese food and pastries from 8AM-8PM daily and will be open to the public from February.
When designing the SNS Tokyo space, designer and architect Jenny Askenfors drew direct inspiration from both Japanese heritage and futuristic Japan, designing the first of the two shop buildings as the Traditional, while the second became the Modern. With all custom made details, each of the buildings have completely different design aesthetics, directly opposing each other: displaying the new with the ancestral.
Made By Hand
In the Traditional building, everything is made by hand. Working with Scandinavian based designers, furniture makers and artists, every piece has been crafted with inspiration from traditional Japanese heritage, culture, movies and more. When entering the store you’re met by tables inspired by Lady Snowblood with purple umbrellas hanging above them, joint together by butterfly joints – with sneaker displays inspired by Geta shoes.
Sneakersnstuff Tokyo is open everyday from 11am to 8pm from December 14.
Address: Daikanyama-cho13-1, Log road, 150-0034 Shibuya-ku
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