Kangarui – An accessory and interior décor brand based in Nairobi launches in Tokyo for one day! Come and get some positive safari vibes off the vibrant Kangarui goods on the second floor of Onibus Coffee Nakameguro. Hopefully the cherry blossoms will have bloomed and the sky will be covered pretty in pink! Adventure Pouches, explorer cushions, some stationary and a special edition Onibus x Kangarui Kenyan coffee will be available just for this day.
Rui Yamashita – The artist behind Kangarui was born in Japan, raised in Kenya and her life experiences are reflected in each of her prints. A quirky fusion style, filled with colour and often with animals found in East Africa, she wishes to spread her safari love around the world.
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