The Homebody’s Valentine’s Day, Japanese Style

It’s a fact that Valentine’s day is the worst night of the year to dine out. But just because you’re celebrating at home, doesn’t mean you can’t make it special.

This year, give your Valentine’s date an international flare. Rather than the cliché Parisian or Italian-themed event, why not travel further east…to Japan?

Here are a few ways to incorporate contemporary Japanese culture and cuisine into your Valentine’s night in.

The Glamorous Homebody’s Valentine’s Day

glamorous-homebody-valentines-day1. Kate Spade New York Japanese Floral Dinnerware 2. Sugar Plum Fairy cocktail 3. Birdy CS500 Cocktail Shaker 4. Wafu Devilled Eggs 5. Earrings 6. Clutch 7. Red Fit & Flare dress from Banana Republic 8. Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey Eau de Toilette

The Chill Homebody’s Valentine’s Day

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1. Sapporo beer 2. Still the Water movie 3. Fries with Wafu mayo 4. Green tea or other Japanese ice cream 5. Novella slipper 6. Caslon® Tee & KUT from the Kloth Skinny Jeans

By | 2017-07-15T19:44:11+00:00 February 10th, 2016|Japanese Style|0 Comments

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