I apologize for the lack of updates recently for those who have been visiting my blog and finding no new blog posts. I am still extremely busy organizing and rearranging a lot of stuff in my room that I have no time to sit down and write a new blog post. I am almost done though and maybe I can even do a blog post later to show you my newly decorated room with the new furnitures that I got. Anyway, since we're on the topic of home decor, I thought it'd be the perfect time for me to blog about this really amazing antique home decor shop I came across during my Tokyo trip in Harujuku called MURA. It is actually located on the same street of the Q-pot Cafe (which I will blog about the cafe later in another post) and I am sooooo in love with this shop. I wish I had bought more things from the place but now that will give me an excuse to go back and shop there again on my next Tokyo trip! XD
There were a lot of really cute and pretty home decor, jewelry, and lights that you can buy at the shop. I bought one of the white antique style mirrors in the last picture above. It actually flips and is a two-sided mirror with a different design on each side. I will show a more detailed picture of it on my drawer table later when I do a room tour. My friend bought a necklace and a really cute tote bag from the shop. Taking pictures inside the shop was actually not allowed, like most places in Japan. -___- But I managed to snap a few pictures of the shop before I got stopped and told off by one of the staffs there. One of the most annoying things you'll encounter in Japan is you will never be able to take pictures inside a shop without getting told later that you're not allowed to do so. Japan is such a strict and discipline country! I like to snap pictures of EVERYTHING whenever I am on vacation so it's a bit hard to get rid of the habit when I'm caught in the action of doing it, lol.