It seems that life in Tokyo goes back normal.
I can see commuting trains are not as crowded as before. When I take a subway at 7pm, which is usually packed, there is a big space between people.
All the department stores are now open.
I went to Isetan to buy Dolce & Gabbana. Though it was crowded, I saw a half as many people as usual.
Japanese ‘lockdown’ has not been as strict as those of some other countries.
It still remains to be answered how Japan recovered, but I can tell wherever I go, people wear a mask. Almost 100%.
One thing I can say is that people usually wear a mask to prevent themselves from being infected by influenza in winter. People make it routine to wear a mask.
Some women wear a mask when they don’t do makeup.
You can say mask has been a Japanese culture before the corona virus , and now there are more and more fashionable ones.
I have received orders for SHAQUDA brush cleaner.
I asked a client of mine why she liked, and here is her reply.
‘The cleaner is has a lovey fresh fragrance. I spray my brushes after use and wipe them on a micro fibre towel (actually I use the artis ones). It doesn’t get the foundation brushes as clean as a wash does of course but it’s enough to keep them in good condition in between washes. I particularly like it on my natural hair brushes I don’t think I’ve tried it on a synthetic brush. I am very happy with it.’
Please let me know if you have any questions.
If you used Hakuhodo soap or Koyudo cleaner, please let me know.
Thank you for reading,