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  1. Annika Victoria

    I now have merch – including SEWING PUN STICKERS! Make thrift buy fan posters! Get yourself some cute stuff and support what I do at the same time ☺️ pick them up here! (All made in the US): https://store.dftba.com/collections/annika-victoria

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  2. Matt Duncan

    Holy crud when you said “next year in 2017” I was VERY confused bc I didn’t realize this was an old video 😂 I should’ve bc your hair is completely different but like I’m just zoning out

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  3. J Valencia

    What did you make with that knit fabric it's lovely? And, what about the dog print fabrics? I don't much care for the all over brown one but the Frenchie on blue would be a cute shorts romper.

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  4. Serena Gesa

    Alright that polar bear fabric reminded me of this anime called Shirokuma Cafe about a cafe run by a polar bear with two regular customers- a penguin and panda bear.

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  5. Kwixel

    Imagine if i just lived a couple minutes away from this street. I would visit all the shops five times a day. I need to live there when im older

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  6. ClaraGV

    Your channel is awsome!!  I feel like we have a lot in common: I love thrift shopping, all things creative and I study environmental engineering, I want to fight global warming! 🙂 Keep making great videos!

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  7. Natalya Plays Piano

    Gaaaah going in two weeks with an empty suitcase!!!! I've been dreaming about Nippori since I've read the Paradise Kiss manga a decade ago 😭😭😭

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  8. i kinda just exist

    i don't want to sound rude but i would like to know how you paid for all the fabric.( no im not asking about your finances) I've heard many times that though japan is a very tech inclined its still a cash based society. So simply should i take cash or card to the fabric journey. please reply this although it sounds silly is giving me anxiety.

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  9. Grace Ng

    Thanks for your helpful post, Annika! I went to Nippori based on your video and I bought the same dog fabric (dark blue one) Would be curious to see what you made with the fabric.

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  10. なかむらあいこ

    Hi☺I'm a Japanese girl. Thank you for traveling in Japan! I often take your DIY as a model. I like your DIY very much! ※Sorry. I'm not good at English.

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  11. Grace Ng

    Thank you Anika for posting this & the thrifting one. I am stopping in Japan and it is my first time there. So looking forward to it and I appreciate your guide very much.

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  12. Emily Euphoria

    How beautiful! So fun! My dad went to Japan for a church mission and loved it so very much that he wants and hopes to go back someday. <3

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