3. CITY GUIDES

FEATURED GUIDES

Kyoto

Each day was a slow unveiling of some new form of beauty. One night, we ate fresh fish next to an open hearth and drank sake that was brewed from melted snow high in the Northern Mountains. The waiter shuffled us to a nearby bar, invisible from the street, with dark wooden shelves brimming full of seemingly-ancient bottles of spirits, all served in antique glassware, collected over a lifetime in France and Osaka.

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Bali

After a 24 hour flight across the world, we finally landed in Bali, one of over 17,000 Indonesian Islands. We stepped outside and my shirt clung to my warm skin as sweat slowly dripped down my spine. We crammed 4 large suitcases into a small cab and made our way southwest towards Uluwatu. Uluwatu, derived from two words “Ulu” meaning “Lands End” and “Watu” meaning “Rock.”

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Martha's Vineyard

As we zoom into September, celebrate labor day and start to smell a very faint hint of fall in the distance, we vicariously live through our designer Emily as she shares her travels to Martha’s Vineyard. While most of us are confined to our homes, we invite you to travel with us to places we’ve been, places we dream of visiting and places we plan to go.

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Kyoto

Each day was a slow unveiling of some new form of beauty. One night, we ate fresh fish next to an open hearth and drank sake that was brewed from melted snow high in the Northern Mountains. The waiter shuffled us to a nearby bar, invisible from the street, with dark wooden shelves brimming full of seemingly-ancient bottles of spirits, all served in antique glassware, collected over a lifetime in France and Osaka.

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