EVENT INFORMATION! TAKE ACTION! @ HIROO Vol. 2
Borderless Creations pop up at SPACE HAKOFUNE in Hiroo from November 28th (Mon) to December 4thth (Sun)!
As a Sustainable & Green Lifestyle Store, our mission is to introduce sustainable lifestyle and tips from the world. In addition to our sustainable products, we have special guests who can help you take different actions!
[DD’s Den | @ddsdenjp]
11/28 ~ 12/4
> All natural hand poured scented soy wax candles
[From Now On | @fromnowon__shop]
11/28, 11/30, 12/1, 12/3, 12/4
> Natural soaps and skin care items that focus on the power of nature and plants. USED clothes for girls.
[Slow Ecolab | @slowecolab]
> A cosy vegan cafe conveniently located close to JR Otsuka station, Slow ecolab - produced and operated by Ekolokal - aims to promote a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. They offer vegan karaage, pizza, avocado toast and popular bakes such as cinnamon rolls and chewy chocolate chip cookies.
[meguru -low waste shop- | @meguru_low_waste_shop]
12/3 : until about 15:00
> based in Chigasaki, Shonan, the shop sells micro plastic-free detergents and ethical goods. They have a variety of products that are cute and easy to use, and that are eco friendly for both the planet and people.
[LFC Compost | @lfc_compost]
12/3 (Sat) & 12/4 (Sun)
> Want to try out composting but am a little scared? Fear not! In addition to selling LFC Composts, the staffs will be here for 2 days to answer your questions!
Each of us can make a big difference. Start now. Slowly and gradually, let’s take action.
■ Date 11/28 (Mon) ~ 12/4 (Sun)
■ Time Mon〜Fri 11:00 – 18:30 | Sat/Sun 11:00 - 18:00
■ Place SPACE HAKOFUNE HIROO
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