We were lucky that there was a fabulous flea market on in Kyoto on the Sunday we were there at the Kamigamo Shrine (catch the number 4 bus from the city). The 45 minute bus trip was well worth it and at ¥220 very cheap. There were clothing stalls, bags and purses, hand carved stamps (I bought a few), jewellery, food and lots more. Beware this post contains lots of photos!
These whisks had cacti growing in them.
The skeleton kewpie doll is coming home with Anne.
Welcome to my blog. I am a mother of two teenagers and married to my high school sweet heart. I love crafting, sewing and making things. I love baking but dislike cooking (Luckily Steven is the most amazing cook). I have been fortunate to set up and run Stitchbird, my shop and love being able to work with fabrics and lovely crafty and handmade things every day.
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