Find a Partner to Color Your Life. Labor and Wait Tokyo.


Find a Partner to Color Your Life. Labor and Wait Tokyo.

“The timeless marriage of function and design.” The London general store, Labor and Wait, now has its first overseas street-front store. Inside, you’ll find daily necessities offering designs to make every day enjoyable. From the popular aprons that tailored for cooking or gardening to their Guernsey sweater—once the fisherman’s favorite—their merchandise respond to a demand for contemporary lifestyle products. When it comes to adding a little color to life Labor and Wait fits the bill.

Address: 1F 1-1-12 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6804-6448
Opening hours: 12pm-8pm
Closed: Irregular
© Atsuko Toyama They handle do-it-yourself goods including stationary and even cooking utensils.
© Atsuko Toyama Coveralls with pockets on both the left and right are large and functional. The adult navy works perfectly as spring casual dress.
© Atsuko Toyama The vivid orange of Horo Noda’s teapot with its unique design can easily be used on electric, gas, or IH stove tops.
© Atsuko Toyama Produced by England’s established bag maker Brady, the record bag is made of Italian twill and has brass metalwork that is even used in saddlery. Outstanding durability.

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