Treasures of Ohara come to Tokyo

The Ohara Museum of Art is the oldest private art museum in Japan and its impressive collection includes masterpieces by El Greco, Gauguin, Monet, Matisse, and many Japanese masters. From January next year, for the first time since its creation in 1930, the museum is exhibiting its most famous works in Tokyo.

Eat was commissioned to brand the exhibition and our concept is based on the belief that great art should travel to be seen and inspire as many people as possible. As we approach 2016, look out for posters, bus wraps, advertising and flyers promoting the exhibition, as well as all the latest news on their newly launched website.


Memento by diptyque

Welcome to Memento Japan – the Japanese edition of the online magazine of diptyque Paris, the legendary Parisian perfumer.

Eat has worked closely with the Paris team to create an edition especially tailored for this market. Each month we will be publishing articles and stories from around the world, giving an insight into the ingredients, artists and personalities that inspire the house of diptyque in the development of its products.

Known to many for its deliciously smelly candles, diptyque also have a rather nice body care collection as well as a range of home fragrances. Drop in to their shop next time you are in Omotesando and explore. You’ll leave smelling wonderful!

Memento in Japanese
Memento in English