Finding All Things Japanese in Paris

JapanCulture . . . Paris?

JapanCulture•NYC Business Editor At Large, Yvonne Burton of Burton Consulting International, is working globally, virtually. She spent Christmas in Paris and sent me these lovely photos of Japanese stores and restaurants. Since I’m always giving my readers and social media followers examples of All Things Japanese in New York City, I thought it would be great to share Yvonne’s photos here to emphasize the global reach of Japanese culture.

Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Japanese restaurants in Paris. Photo courtesy Yvonne Burton.
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Dosanko Larmen, Restaurant Japonaise in Paris. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Happatei in Paris by day. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Happatei in Paris busy by night. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Okinawa isn’t known for its sushi, but I’m sure it’s great in Paris! Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.

As you see here are tons of Japanese restaurants and stores everywhere. I particularly love the stores with kimono and dolls on display in the windows.

Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Paris shop windows featuring Japanese designs. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton (and her reflection!).
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Mingei and mask in Paris. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.
Finding All Things Japanese in Paris
Totoro stuffies in Paris. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Burton.

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Tell me about where you’ve found Japanese culture in your travels!