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Vicky Tsai @vickytsai

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I am so grateful for everyone who came out to #Sephoria today! At the surface it’s a play-land of makeup and magic, but for me the real magic is the human connection. Getting to meet amazing people like Julia, who came straight to our event from the hospital, reminds me why we are so lucky to be able to do what we do at @Tatcha. I believe with all my heart in skincare for the soul - that we deserve and need to take time to care for ourselves inside and out. When we do our rituals tonight, let’s send love and light to Julia. 🙏 And if you’re in the LA area, I definitely recommend going to Sephoria tomorrow! The energy is beautiful in there.

I am so grateful for everyone who came out to #Sephoria today! At the surface it’s a play-land of makeup and magic, but for me the real magic is the human connection. Getting to meet amazing people like Julia, who came straight to our event from the hospital, reminds me why we are so lucky to be able to do what we do at @Tatcha. I believe with all my heart in skincare for the soul - that we deserve and need to take time to care for ourselves inside and out. When we do our rituals tonight, let’s send love and light to Julia. 🙏 And if you’re in the LA area, I definitely recommend going to Sephoria tomorrow! The energy is beautiful in there.

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2019-09-08 01:27:41

Old friends are the best friends. I had a blast making how-to videos for you with @danielmartin , the makeup artist who taught us to love our own skin. We laughed so hard I cried. Thank you Daniel for always making me feel safe and silly🤣. Do you have a friend like that?

Old friends are the best friends. I had a blast making how-to videos for you with @danielmartin , the makeup artist who taught us to love our own skin. We laughed so hard I cried. Thank you Daniel for always making me feel safe and silly🤣. Do you have a friend like that?

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2019-08-22 06:26:16

Happy 4th of July to my friends in the US! Every year my daughter has begged me to see the fireworks, and every year I’ve insisted it was past her bedtime...so that I could put her to bed and get back to work. 😕 This year I realized that she’s 9.5 years old and has never seen fireworks and also somewhere along the way, I have totally forgotten how to have fun. Now that I know this, I’m working on it! If anyone has advice, I am all ears. In the meantime, here were the fireworks in Sausalito tonight and Alea taking it all in. Her face made it all worth it. Do you remember the first time that you saw fireworks? 🎇🌉🎇

Happy 4th of July to my friends in the US! Every year my daughter has begged me to see the fireworks, and every year I’ve insisted it was past her bedtime...so that I could put her to bed and get back to work. 😕 This year I realized that she’s 9.5 years old and has never seen fireworks and also somewhere along the way, I have totally forgotten how to have fun. Now that I know this, I’m working on it! If anyone has advice, I am all ears. In the meantime, here were the fireworks in Sausalito tonight and Alea taking it all in. Her face made it all worth it. Do you remember the first time that you saw fireworks? 🎇🌉🎇

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2019-07-05 08:43:36

I feel lucky to have caught the end of hydrangea season in Japan. Ajisai, or hydrangea, mark the coming of the summer rains which turn the country into a lush green landscape rich with pops of bright flowers. Just like cherry blossom season, hydrangea season is welcomed with themed sweets and decorative motifs. Here is my friend Mamefuji-san a few years ago with a hydrangea kanzashi (hair ornament) to mark the season. If you are ever in Japan in late June, Kyoto and Kamakura are wonderful places to see them. North of Kyoto in Ohara, there is a temple called Sanzen-in Temple where they even have an annual festival with thousands of hydrangeas in bloom at once. Next time I hope I get to see the heart shaped ones. 🖐 if you love these pom poms of color as much as I do. 😍

I feel lucky to have caught the end of hydrangea season in Japan. Ajisai, or hydrangea, mark the coming of the summer rains which turn the country into a lush green landscape rich with pops of bright flowers. Just like cherry blossom season, hydrangea season is welcomed with themed sweets and decorative motifs. Here is my friend Mamefuji-san a few years ago with a hydrangea kanzashi (hair ornament) to mark the season. If you are ever in Japan in late June, Kyoto and Kamakura are wonderful places to see them. North of Kyoto in Ohara, there is a temple called Sanzen-in Temple where they even have an annual festival with thousands of hydrangeas in bloom at once. Next time I hope I get to see the heart shaped ones. 🖐 if you love these pom poms of color as much as I do. 😍

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2019-07-02 21:06:45

Fascinated with footwear? My friend Naito-san took me on a twirl through 2,000 years of Japanese footwear history today! . Naito-san’s grandfather opened Gion Naito, one of the most beloved zori (traditional Japanese sandal) shops in 1845, where his family still makes bespoke, elegant zori for women to wear with kimono today. . He explained that there are two types of traditional Japanese sandals - geta, which have elevated wood bases and zori, soft thonged sandals. . Geta originated as footwear for the rice paddy fields when Japan first started cultivating rice over 2000 years ago so that you don’t sink into the mud (fascinating!) but evolved into fashion footwear later because of the trendsetters in the kabuki arts and the Imperial Palace. Today they are most famously worn by geisha. I have tried my geisha friends’ geta on and felt like a child teetering in my mother’s high heels. At least I gave them a good laugh. . Zori, on the other hand began as indoor slippers and were made out of woven bamboo and cotton but became fashion footwear about 120 years ago when they added leather soles for durability. Today they pair with kimono reminding us of the elegance of the past. . To share this beautiful tradition he loves with a modern world, Naito-san created @naito_jojo , ingenious modern zori using the same traditional techniques and unbelievable knowledge about the balance of the foot, but with unexpected materials like silicone and neoprene so that anyone can feel like they are floating on cloud 9 while they walk about their days! . As I gathered to leave today, Naito-san surprised me by making a custom Tatcha purple set of Jojo’s for me. I didn’t know I could love a shoe so much. . If you love kimono and are ever in Kyoto, Gion Naito is a must visit. And if you’re like me and just want to walk on clouds all day, @naito_jojo all the way. . I love people who love what they do. Thank you for inspiring me and sharing your beautiful tradition with the world, Naito-san!

Fascinated with footwear? My friend Naito-san took me on a twirl through 2,000 years of Japanese footwear history today! .

Naito-san’s grandfather opened Gion Naito, one of the most beloved zori (traditional Japanese sandal) shops in 1845, where his family still makes bespoke, elegant zori for women to wear with kimono today. .

He explained that there are two types of traditional Japanese sandals - geta, which have elevated wood bases and zori, soft thonged sandals. .

Geta originated as footwear for the rice paddy fields when Japan first started cultivating rice over 2000 years ago so that you don’t sink into the mud (fascinating!) but evolved into fashion footwear later because of the trendsetters in the kabuki arts and the Imperial Palace. Today they are most famously worn by geisha. I have tried my geisha friends’ geta on and felt like a child teetering in my mother’s high heels. At least I gave them a good laugh. .

Zori, on the other hand began as indoor slippers and were made out of woven bamboo and cotton but became fashion footwear about 120 years ago when they added leather soles for durability. Today they pair with kimono reminding us of the elegance of the past. .

To share this beautiful tradition he loves with a modern world, Naito-san created @naito_jojo , ingenious modern zori using the same traditional techniques and unbelievable knowledge about the balance of the foot, but with unexpected materials like silicone and neoprene so that anyone can feel like they are floating on cloud 9 while they walk about their days! .

As I gathered to leave today, Naito-san surprised me by making a custom Tatcha purple set of Jojo’s for me. I didn’t know I could love a shoe so much.
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If you love kimono and are ever in Kyoto, Gion Naito is a must visit. And if you’re like me and just want to walk on clouds all day, @naito_jojo all the way.
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I love people who love what they do. Thank you for inspiring me and sharing your beautiful tradition with the world, Naito-san!

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2019-06-29 11:43:21

Ichimura Mamoru, a charming Ukiyoe Woodblock Printer in Kyoto, wins for best “Hours of Operation” sign ever. 🤣 I’ve passed his “World’s Smallest Museum of Ukiyoe” so many times over the years but always rushed by. I’m learning to stop and explore again. He showed me proudly today how he layers the prints color by color, with each piece taking about one week to complete. Not only are his prints beautiful, but as a recovering workaholic, I’ll think of his delightful approach to working hours every time I look at them. I’m grateful for the little lessons I’m finding everywhere on this trip. 😊

Ichimura Mamoru, a charming Ukiyoe Woodblock Printer in Kyoto, wins for best “Hours of Operation” sign ever. 🤣 I’ve passed his “World’s Smallest Museum of Ukiyoe” so many times over the years but always rushed by. I’m learning to stop and explore again. He showed me proudly today how he layers the prints color by color, with each piece taking about one week to complete. Not only are his prints beautiful, but as a recovering workaholic, I’ll think of his delightful approach to working hours every time I look at them. I’m grateful for the little lessons I’m finding everywhere on this trip. 😊

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2019-06-28 14:04:25

I’ve been coming to Japan for 10 years and feel like I’m just now starting to understand how it has healed me from skin to soul. Today we visited one of my favorite places, the D.T. Suzuki Museum in Kanazawa to revisit the origins of modern Zen in Japan. If you have ever been interested in learning about Zen, here is a great book and an excerpt I love. May we all rediscover our childlike wonder for the world.

I’ve been coming to Japan for 10 years and feel like I’m just now starting to understand how it has healed me from skin to soul. Today we visited one of my favorite places, the D.T. Suzuki Museum in Kanazawa to revisit the origins of modern Zen in Japan. If you have ever been interested in learning about Zen, here is a great book and an excerpt I love. May we all rediscover our childlike wonder for the world.

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2019-06-27 14:29:36

I’m so happy to be back in Tokyo at the Tatcha Institute with our scientists! Nakamura-san, the man behind your favorites like The Dewy Skin Mist and The Silk Canvas, is turning 50 in a few weeks. I’m trying to think of what to get him. He’s a man of few words. We worked together for 5 years before I realized he can speak English. All I really know about him after all these years is that he is scared of deer and he kept a singing bug that he found on an indigo plant in the lab as a pet. Also, he would like to know what you want him to make next for you. 😍

I’m so happy to be back in Tokyo at the Tatcha Institute with our scientists! Nakamura-san, the man behind your favorites like The Dewy Skin Mist and The Silk Canvas, is turning 50 in a few weeks. I’m trying to think of what to get him. He’s a man of few words. We worked together for 5 years before I realized he can speak English. All I really know about him after all these years is that he is scared of deer and he kept a singing bug that he found on an indigo plant in the lab as a pet. Also, he would like to know what you want him to make next for you. 😍

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2019-06-25 11:20:21

Happy Mother’s Day! @suejentsai thank you for showing me that it’s possible to be both a mom and an entrepreneur and for being @tatcha ‘s biggest supporter. We wouldn’t have made it without you. @donnabevan49 thank you for raising a saint of a man and for being our biggest cheerleader. I treasure every encouraging note you send me, every time I am on QVC. You have both taught me so much about kindness, generosity and responsibility. Alea has the best role models in both of you that a little girl could ever hope for. Thank you for everything you are and everything you do. #happymothersday

Happy Mother’s Day! @suejentsai thank you for showing me that it’s possible to be both a mom and an entrepreneur and for being @tatcha ‘s biggest supporter. We wouldn’t have made it without you. @donnabevan49 thank you for raising a saint of a man and for being our biggest cheerleader. I treasure every encouraging note you send me, every time I am on QVC. You have both taught me so much about kindness, generosity and responsibility. Alea has the best role models in both of you that a little girl could ever hope for. Thank you for everything you are and everything you do. #happymothersday

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2019-05-12 16:29:02

People often ask which women I look up to or admire. There are so many who have helped me over the years and I will always be grateful to them, but the ones who inspire me the most are the next generation. When I visit Room to Read's schools and meet the incredible girls there, I am inspired by their irrepressible joy, eagerness to learn, and dreams to improve the world around them. The hard work they are doing and the beautiful community around them give me so much hope for the future. Who are some incredible women in your life? I'd love to hear about them. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD

People often ask which women I look up to or admire. There are so many who have helped me over the years and I will always be grateful to them, but the ones who inspire me the most are the next generation. When I visit Room to Read's schools and meet the incredible girls there, I am inspired by their irrepressible joy, eagerness to learn, and dreams to improve the world around them. The hard work they are doing and the beautiful community around them give me so much hope for the future.

Who are some incredible women in your life? I'd love to hear about them. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD

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2019-03-08 22:56:06

Dreams do come true! I’m a dancer now. P.S. If you haven’t seen the beautiful and talented @iam_dytto yet, prepare to be blown away. P.P.S. Swipe to see my happy face.

Dreams do come true! I’m a dancer now. P.S. If you haven’t seen the beautiful and talented @iam_dytto yet, prepare to be blown away. P.P.S. Swipe to see my happy face.

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2019-03-03 07:30:30

Who’s ready for delicious skin? Our newest treasure is here - visit @tatcha’s stories to learn more about The Dewy Skin Cream!

Who’s ready for delicious skin? Our newest treasure is here - visit @tatcha’s stories to learn more about The Dewy Skin Cream!

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2019-03-01 23:45:30

 

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