New book for dolls house lovers


Scan­di­na­vian Design in the Doll’s House takes the reader through the chang­ing trends in Scan­di­na­vian inte­rior design, from 1950–2000. The book cap­tures the Nordic way of life that has influ­enced inte­rior design through­out the world. … Read More

Why don´t you know which Vodka is the most salubrious.

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Prob­a­bly every body that drink vodka knows about the Ice­Ho­tel in Jukkasjärvi, in the north of Swe­den. It is a damn good idea, we can say, because today it has expanded into an inter­na­tional expe­ri­ence … Read More

Thinking on bars in the world I have been to

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Think­ing on bars in the world I have been to, this a mem­o­rable one. It is an artists shack 6 feet up in a tree. A wooden shack hold­ing max 12 peo­ple, wind blow­ing through … Read More

Sake (酒) and Shōchū (お酒), A change of values, and habits.

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In Japan, right now, there is a big change of habits. Peo­ple are drink­ing more Shōshū than Sake. Which is a petty, because mak­ing Sake is a great art. Also the ques­tion is “what is … Read More

Stockholm — Monks Café

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This place is brand new, but as all good bars, they should feel a bit old. Monks Café has a sec­ond bar installed at Sveavä­gen 39 in mid­dle of the town. Today you have in … Read More

Zoetrope is the best place in the world for…

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Japan is prob­a­bly the only coun­try in the world where the pro­ducer can sell liquors that con­tain­ing only 5% whiskey, no mat­ter aging, and be allowed to call it whiskey. Nikka Whisky sold on the … Read More

Longing for Yoichi, Japan

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Yoishi still pots

In 1918, Masa­taka Taket­suru embarked alone on a long voy­age to Scot­land. In this dis­tant land the secrets of whisky-making would be imparted to this young Japan­ese man, and here he would meet the woman … Read More