Saturday, August 6, 2011
Tokyo Street @ Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
Tokyo Street is the latest addition in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur which opened to the public on 29th July 2011. It is located on level six which also houses many high class restaurants. The design and layout here, makes one feel like they are in Japan. The design of Tokyo Street was inspired by Asakusa, a district in Tokyo, that blends the urban cosmopolite feel with rich heritage and traditions of Japan. Among the brands here are Daiso, Action City, Matsuri Mart, Toy Garden, The Click Shop & Takahasmi Cafe. For those who like lomography, you should check out The Click Shop which display a wide array of lomography tools & cameras. Even Mayflower has a shop here specialising in Japan travel. For food lover and big eater, you may try Suki-Ya which offers all you can eat Japanese "steamboat". It has a variety of vegetables, beef & chicken for you to choose and this is a healthy food indeed.
Tokyo Street is the latest trend in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. This concept is almost similar to 1st Avenue in Berjaya Times Square which resemble New York city.
List of tenants.
Japanese dishes from Cafe Takahashi.
Overall view of Tokyo Street.
Contest from Mayflower to celebrate the Tanabata festival.
Wishes for those who wanted to go to Japan.
Japanese Crepe from Shimino.
Huge lantern influenced by Asakusa culture.
The Loaf also have a corner here. Its specialised in Japanese snacks/buns here.
For lomography fans.
I wondered what is so nice about this dessert shop. People queue up just to have some dessert.
Time to go down the escalator.
Pavilion Shopping Centre,