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Pig in the Woods

on May 28, 2016

For a knitter, no trip is complete without finding a place to sit and knit.  I’m lucky to have a husband that understands this concept. We are currently in Tokyo visiting his family and he has found a knit café for us to spend the afternoon.

It’s called  Mori No Kobuta, which translates to Pig in the Woods.  It is not a yarn shop, but a café that is just as welcoming to knitters.  They serve some delicious treats, sell very few items and have the occasional craft workshop.  So don’t go there thinking to buy yarn, instead take a few hours to work on the many WIPs you likely overpacked.  There is nothing wrong with skipping some sightseeing and tourist attractions for an afternoon to enjoy your vacation doing what you  
love. over

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Browsing through a Japanese crochet book while savoring some tea and chocolate cake

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First I thought the lighting was excessive, but when then I realized I was able to see my dark yarn so much better

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Husband got to enjoy a beer while I knitted. See how the lighting helps see my dark yarn?

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There were cute little displays featuring pigs all around the cafe

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Some of the yarn they were selling, that was pretty much it

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