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The CPCM Store in Harajuku is Covered in Reclaimed Wood

 - Jan 5, 2016
References: superfuture
The CPCM store in Tokyo's Harajuku district boasts a stunning Americana-inspired concept and features a gorgeous two-storey facade made from reclaimed wood. Also a reflection of Japan's cultural relationship with nature, the CPCM store also speaks to the rustic lifestyle aesthetic that stems from imagery associated with rural American life.

In-store fixtures that play up the theme include a canoe repurposed as a merchandising tool, as well as chandeliers made from sculptural carved wood. The store also features surf boards, plants and plenty of other props that will make you think you are stocking up on supplies in the Pacific Northwest.

The CPCM store also boasts a tiny in-house cafe that serves beverages and small snacks, while their inventory covers everything from apparel and footwear to homeware and furniture.