Friday, April 1, 2016

Last Day

Thursday 31st (yesterday at the time of publishing this text) was the last day of Pen Station, the pen museum and café of Pilot in Tokyo. I went out of my way to have one last look and a last cub of coffee. A Pilot Myu-701 did the writing.


Yes, this place will be missed.



Pilot Myu-701 – Pilot Black

Bruno Taut
Chuo, March 31st, 2016
etiquetas: Tokyo, Pilot

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

On last January I was in Tokyo and had the chance to visit the Pilot museum. They really had a great exposition, very well presented and informative. Sadly I was in a hurry and I was not able to spend much time there. I was hoping to visit it again during my next visit.
What a sad news that the place is closing!

Thank you for sharing all these good posts.

C.

Bruno Taut said...

Thank you , C, for passing by and commenting. I wonder if there was anything we could all do to push Pilot into keeping the Pen Station alive...

Cheers,

BT

Anonymous said...

Well, I am glad that at least we have Google street-view inside the museum!

C.

Bruno Taut said...

Right, C. But once the Pen Station is no longer accessible, for how long will Google keep those pictures on its maps?

Cheers,

BT

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