They express their sweet worldview through a pastry motif!
This is designer Wakamatsu Tadaaki.
This dream-like worldview isn’t created by a woman, but rather by a man.
Wakamatsu Tadaaki was born in 1977 in Tokyo. He passed up being a model for Men’s Non-no and instead studied under an accessory designer. In 2002, he started accessory brand Q-pot. Since then, he’s collaborated on advertisements, video production, fashion brands, artists, movies and companies. He has also connected his accessories with large-scale installations in Paris. He’s developed the brand to cover more than just accessories.
They also created a cafe crammed wth their point of view!
Pay attention to the fairy tale colors!
The food is displayed like art!
The biscuit walls and tables are also fussy details.
Address: 3 Chome-10-2 Kitaaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo-to
Phone number: 03-6427-2626
Hours: 11:30am-8pm (last order 7:30)
Regular holiday: New Year’s holiday
(Business hours subject to change)
It’s not just accessories, but they also make bags and other items!
A collaboration with Blythe.
Q-pot’s mook comes with a cute bag, so it’s super popular!
Look at this cute school backpack for kids!
Using pastry and cute animal motifs is cute for every age★
This is a brand that continues to express this worldview.
Since the cafe menu changes with the seasons, no matter how many times you go, you can still enjoy its deliciousness.