From the Burn Kit and the Bhakti Tray to the Pax 3 and the Half Circle Pipe, the Tokyo Smoke Starter Kit draws consumer attention to some minimalist and design-forward offerings by the brand that are easy to use and beginner-friendly.
In Toronto, the company has truly distinguished itself to be especially inviting to the cannabis-curious. Combining a smoke shop with a cafe, the business creates an inviting space for people to shop and educate themselves on THC and CBD. The Tokyo Smoke Starter Kit is a more commercialized extension of the brand's mission statement.
In addition to the contemporary smokewear and products that are generally geared to elevating the experience, either functionally or aesthetically, the range also includes four flower suggestions that the brand feels are good as an introductory to cannabis.
The Tokyo Smoke Starter Kit is Curated with Beginners in Mind
1. Beginner-friendly Cannabis Kits - Opportunity to create curated cannabis kits with minimalist and design-forward offerings that are easy to use and tailored towards beginners.
2. Combining Retail and Education Spaces - Opportunity to create inviting spaces that combine the retail sale of cannabis products with educational opportunities to educate consumers on THC and CBD.
3. Contemporary Smokewear - Opportunity to develop smokewear and products that elevate the cannabis experience both functionally and aesthetically.
1. Cannabis Retail - As the cannabis market grows, retailers can differentiate themselves by offering beginner-friendly kits and an inviting atmosphere that focuses on both product sales and consumer education.
2. Retail and Cafe Hybrid - Opportunity to combine the retail sale of cannabis products with a cafe, creating a space where customers can browse and learn while also enjoying a cup of coffee or snack.
3. Smokewear and Accessories - Opportunity to develop and market new smokewear and accessory products that elevate the smoking experience and appeal to a broad range of consumers with varying levels of experience.