One of the highlights at the mt factory tour was the mt store. New products such as mt CASA and mt tape for kids were launched for the first time. There were also lots of very special limited edition tapes that I couldn’t resist! Above are the cute shopping baskets we used at the store!
One of the event space at the mt factory was an art installation by artist Asai Yusuke. Visitors were invited to participate in his creation by adding colors with mt tapes. The daily progression of this art installation was broadcasted live on mt tape’s Ustream channel during the event period.
I was there on the first day and the space was still quite bare, check out how colorful it is now!
The journey to the mt tape factory began with a very cute tour bus coming to pick us up at the mt bus stop. I was delighted to see the interior of the bus mt-taped as well. I love the eclectic mix of mt tape and the retro fixtures in the bus!
I am back from mt tape heaven and it was such an amazing experience! Kurashiki is such a lovely place. Can’t wait to finish editing and share with you some of the pictures that I’ve taken.
Meanwhile, find out a little more about polkaros in our actuallymag interview!
Have a great weekend everyone!