The name of this antique shop means “nap” in French. Operating out of a black-doored warehouse with no sign, the shop offers a variety of antique furniture and curios. Like an old-fashioned secondhand store, the shop’s collection of furniture has been assembled without regard to specific styles or eras; most of it was purchased in and brought over from the U.K. The shop’s knickknacks from the Czech Republic, Belgium, France, and numerous other countries are simple yet adorable. Customers rave that, enwrapped in the shop’s unique atmosphere, you’ll completely forget about the time as you hunt for fascinating and attractive antiques.
Kagawa Takamatsu-shi Aji Cho 5824-4 (TakamatsuArea)
9:00-17:00 (admission until 16:30)
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- 9:00-17:00 (admission until 16:30)
- Tuesday (The next day for Public holiday)
- Parking Lot
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- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
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Japan’s smallest prefecture, Kagawa, may take up just a small corner of Shikoku, but it has grown increasingly popular with the recognition of Naoshima, its "art island" in the Seto Inland Sea between Shikoku and Honshu. Just a stone’s throw from the islands, mainland Kagawa’s prefectural capital, Takamatsu, holds history in its castle ruins and its pride and joy, Ritsurin Garden, is known as one of the country’s best gardens.