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800 for eats

I’ve always been a firm believer that first and foremost we eat with our eyes. “800 for eats” is a brand after my own heart. A tie-up between the designshop, self-described food director Fumie Okamura, and graphic designer Shunichi Miki (designer of this award winning mochi packaging – the similarities are quite evident ), 800 for eats emphasizes good design combined with local foods and how they relate to each other.

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11 comments

1 Chantik { 02.24.09 at 5:56 pm }

Thanks for this great and lovely contribution. This is such a beauty!

2 Chantik { 02.24.09 at 1:56 pm }

Thanks for this great and lovely contribution. This is such a beauty!

3 Nazara { 02.24.09 at 10:50 pm }

lovely packaging!
japanese, of course…

4 Nazara { 02.24.09 at 6:50 pm }

lovely packaging!
japanese, of course…

5 shibo { 02.25.09 at 2:21 pm }

It is always delightful to see the attentive concept behind the packaging design.. especially from Japanese designers.. not too fancy.. not too loud… buy quietly display itself elegantly.
thanks for sharing.

6 shibo { 02.25.09 at 10:21 am }

It is always delightful to see the attentive concept behind the packaging design.. especially from Japanese designers.. not too fancy.. not too loud… buy quietly display itself elegantly.
thanks for sharing.

7 fashionaddict { 02.25.09 at 4:20 pm }

Wow. I came across your blog while researching for a trip to Japan. It’s making want to stay there longer just to experience Japanese design on an everyday basis. Thanks for sharing all this great stuff.

8 fashionaddict { 02.25.09 at 12:20 pm }

Wow. I came across your blog while researching for a trip to Japan. It’s making want to stay there longer just to experience Japanese design on an everyday basis. Thanks for sharing all this great stuff.

9 Mary S. { 03.03.09 at 10:33 pm }

Oh I love this packaging! Great concept!

10 Mary S. { 03.03.09 at 6:33 pm }

Oh I love this packaging! Great concept!

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