I am very sorry

I am so heart broken to hear an awful news from Manchester. Desperately sad for the loss of life. I am so sorry…😥


Ugh! Don’t you find it most infuriating when a WP app crashes and erases your post which is almost ready to publish with it? This is what exactly happened on me just now, and I have no energy or willpower to rewrite it again. Damn you, WP! 

Mystery Blogger Award!

I am delighted to be nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award by lovely Little Mayfly. Thank you, Little Mayfly and also thank you, Okoto for creating this tag.

The Rules..

1. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
2. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well
3. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself
4. Answer the questions from the nominator
5. Nominate other bloggers
6. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
7. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice
8. Share a link to your best post(s)

Ok, these are 3 things about me. I am an artisan knitter who is specialised in finger-knitting. I live in Shoreditch, London with my husband and Bella the Naughty Yorkie. And I am originally from Japan.

About my best post business, I am not sure which one is the most appropriate but how about this one?

Little Mayfly has provided me with following questions:

1. Your main goals in life?
2. Where would you love to visit?
3. Favourite book?
4. What can you not live without?
5. Where is your favourite place?

My main goal is to develop my finger-knitting technique further. I want to create more amazing garments using finger-knitting which I have been nurturing for the past 15 years. And I want the public to realise how wonderful handcrafted objects are.

I would love to see the Northern Lights. So anywhere like Iceland, Norway, Canada, etc…

I read a lot and rarely pick up the same book twice. Therefore, it has to be a book which I enjoyed reading recently. The book is Finding Longitude by Richard Dunn. The book is about how the long sea voyage of the 18th Century was improved by the development of a marine chronometer. My mum and I visited the same exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, and since then, I was absolutely smitten with the longitude problem!

I can never live without a dog or two!

My favourite place has to be where my loved ones are. I just want to be with them.

My nominations are:

1. Agnes Ashe
2. reviewdonkey
3. Roxy Moto
4. Fishink

And my questions to them are:

1. What makes you smile on miserable wintry Monday morning?
2. Are you a tea drinker or coffee drinker?
3. Favourite film?
4. If you are to be locked up in one famous landmark for a day / night, which place do you pick?
5. What menu would you choose if it were to be your last supper?

It was really fun to participate in this award selection. Hope my nominees will feel the same way!

Kaori x

Kaori by Kaori Okumura

Why? — Maison Bentley Style

It’s dark and raining heavily today as though even the Gods are crying. And Donald Trump will be the next leader of the free world and President of America. How? Why? You’ve really chosen a fascist over…a woman? The man who epitomises ‘if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail..’? (All […]

via Why? — Maison Bentley Style

I came across this view the other day. Vapour trails were crisscrossing the sky then and I just loved the marks they left. 

Accidental beauty with fleeting nature – it is like a writing on a sandy beach which is destined to disappear in no time. Look away now and they are all rubbed off by the wind or wave. But may be it is precisely because the magic lasts such a short while, its beholder finds oneself even more luckier and enchanted?

Kaori by Kaori Okumura

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