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FIKA, a Toshima Tokyo Scandinavian antique and household goods store, has taken a unique approach to retail. From Monday to Friday, the tiny 355 square foot building operates as the owner's own home, before opening its doors as a retail space on Saturdays and Sundays. On the bottom floor there is a large high-rise shelf that functions dually- as a main display shelf on the first floor, and as a day-to-day object holder for the owner on the top floor. The interesting catch is that most of the owner's own items are also for sale, there's a very thin line between products and objects. The owner's collection of Scandinavian goods collected over the years sounds very intriguing.


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