Some Frendy Shops in Shanghai that You Can Spend Whole Day In
First time I noticed Resee was because of its whole wall decorated with Freitag, and the bikes placed in front of the shop.


Resee 



First time I noticed Resee was because of its whole wall decorated with Freitag, and the bikes placed in front of the shop. It gives people a feeling that this is a place that sells commute gears. However, when you walk in, you will find out yes it sells a lot of bike gears, but also bags from Herschel Supply, bike accessories and totes from Brooks, and also other things like that. Aiming to provide a place with “commodities of curiosity”, Resee sells so many interesting products.




Resee carries a various styles of appeals. There is a whole wall selling the Japanese brand Anachronorm which made of vintage style denim. The adjacent shelves also sell other vintage-style items that retro-style loves are more familiar with, such as Levi’s and The Flat Head.



I found the Japanese canvas shoe brand PRAS, and French vintage style brand Veja.



In addition to these you can find a lot of exquisite daily necessities, such as Bobore's soap and hand cream, Stanley's kettle, and even a Smeg retro refrigerator in the corner.


Nininio



Nininio mainly sells household items, stationery and some independent designer jewelries. The store also offers tea and resting areas. It is an exquisite lifestyle collection store.




There are many brands worthy of careful attention in the store. I highly recommend TANGENTGC from Sweden. The brand specializes in natural body care products and laundry detergents. All products are packed with minimalism packaging and just the right natural fragrance.



Fanthful



This is a shop that mainly focuses on games accessories. There are also products made from animation, movies and American episodes. You will definitely in love with the place if you are passionate with this culture.



The store is certificated by Sony Official, so you can see a lot of licensed products associated with Play Station including t-shirts, hats, backpacks, and stationaries. Then there are also some game accessories for example the notebooks of “The Legend of Zelda”, t-shirts of Blizzard’s “Overwatch”, and the 30th Anniversary Special Edition Tee from “Street Fighter”.



Jungle


The Japanese Store Jungle has opened its second branch in Shanghai. It probably carries the largest number of Gundam in Shanghai. The price ranges from 100rmb to 1000rmb, covering a complete series of RG, HG and MGs. The most expensive ones are some second hand Animation Garage Kits; the Scorponok from Takara, the Japanese Transformer, is priced for 15,000RMB.



Uptown Records



Although it’s named “Uptown Records”, it is not just a record store. It is more of a venue for underground lovers that carries a lot of vinyl records.



For the vinyl records, the owners store them according to their genres. The electronic music contributes most to the collection, but they also carry rock, rap and classical, with artists ranging from Europe, America, Japan and also China. Underground music events are often held here, so there are also records of local Shanghainese band “dirty fingers”.





Photography:Steppy

Editor:MIAO/S




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Some Frendy Shops in Shanghai that You Can Spend Whole Day In
First time I noticed Resee was because of its whole wall decorated with Freitag, and the bikes placed in front of the shop.


Resee 



First time I noticed Resee was because of its whole wall decorated with Freitag, and the bikes placed in front of the shop. It gives people a feeling that this is a place that sells commute gears. However, when you walk in, you will find out yes it sells a lot of bike gears, but also bags from Herschel Supply, bike accessories and totes from Brooks, and also other things like that. Aiming to provide a place with “commodities of curiosity”, Resee sells so many interesting products.




Resee carries a various styles of appeals. There is a whole wall selling the Japanese brand Anachronorm which made of vintage style denim. The adjacent shelves also sell other vintage-style items that retro-style loves are more familiar with, such as Levi’s and The Flat Head.



I found the Japanese canvas shoe brand PRAS, and French vintage style brand Veja.



In addition to these you can find a lot of exquisite daily necessities, such as Bobore's soap and hand cream, Stanley's kettle, and even a Smeg retro refrigerator in the corner.


Nininio



Nininio mainly sells household items, stationery and some independent designer jewelries. The store also offers tea and resting areas. It is an exquisite lifestyle collection store.




There are many brands worthy of careful attention in the store. I highly recommend TANGENTGC from Sweden. The brand specializes in natural body care products and laundry detergents. All products are packed with minimalism packaging and just the right natural fragrance.



Fanthful



This is a shop that mainly focuses on games accessories. There are also products made from animation, movies and American episodes. You will definitely in love with the place if you are passionate with this culture.



The store is certificated by Sony Official, so you can see a lot of licensed products associated with Play Station including t-shirts, hats, backpacks, and stationaries. Then there are also some game accessories for example the notebooks of “The Legend of Zelda”, t-shirts of Blizzard’s “Overwatch”, and the 30th Anniversary Special Edition Tee from “Street Fighter”.



Jungle


The Japanese Store Jungle has opened its second branch in Shanghai. It probably carries the largest number of Gundam in Shanghai. The price ranges from 100rmb to 1000rmb, covering a complete series of RG, HG and MGs. The most expensive ones are some second hand Animation Garage Kits; the Scorponok from Takara, the Japanese Transformer, is priced for 15,000RMB.



Uptown Records



Although it’s named “Uptown Records”, it is not just a record store. It is more of a venue for underground lovers that carries a lot of vinyl records.



For the vinyl records, the owners store them according to their genres. The electronic music contributes most to the collection, but they also carry rock, rap and classical, with artists ranging from Europe, America, Japan and also China. Underground music events are often held here, so there are also records of local Shanghainese band “dirty fingers”.





Photography:Steppy

Editor:MIAO/S




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