ku:nel, on kopi

This evening at dinner (seven-grain pilaf with fish, okra, broccoli, miso soup), a bright yellow envelope came in from Japan! Tucked soundly in it was the November issue of ku:nel magazine, which I couldn’t get in Singapore — and hence had to very humbly ask an old and fortunately reliable sistle based in Kyoto for a favour.

ku:nel comes from two Japanese words, ku-u and neru, which mean eating and sleeping respectively. It’s one of those LOHAS magazines that draw you into the slow life, which I suppose is becoming quite the trend in Singapore. Or am I just getting lazier?

Anyway, the November issue features various cafes in Tokyo! Excuse the quality; here’s a sneak:

To CA, Z, and all my kopi sistles.

This entry was published on October 10, 2011 at 2:28 pm. It’s filed under Pretty Things and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “ku:nel, on kopi

  1. theclicheherself on said:

    i love our lim kopi gong hweeling time.

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