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BLOOMY’s transforms grief into growth 

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo plants and cafe are

BLOOMY’s designed by Eriko Kasahara is a Flower Café and Funeral Hall located In the heart of Saitama, Tokyo. 

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo cafeteria area

Imagine a space where a flourishing flower café and a funeral hall coexist, sharing a common space, and purpose, where the duality of life’s moments is celebrated, and the connection to nature softens the edges of sorrow.

Nature’s Healing Touch

In times of loss, finding solace can be an arduous journey. BLOOMY’s offers a unique perspective on how the presence of nature can provide comfort and hope, even in the midst of grief. 

The flower café, with its lush greenery and inviting blooms, creates an atmosphere of rejuvenation and connection. The act of being enveloped in nature’s embrace within a café setting not only encourages communal gathering but also offers a gentle reminder of the beauty that life holds, even when faced with farewells.

As you transition to the funeral hall, the seamless integration of nature’s elements continues to play a pivotal role. Eriko Kasahara’s design genius is evident in the way the hall stands as a testament to both life and loss. The warm wooden finishes and the verdant curtains of green that cascade down the full-height glass walls evoke a sense of serenity, softening the starkness that often characterizes funeral homes.

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo plants and cafe are

In a world where the pace of life often rushes us through moments of reflection and connection, BLOOMY’s beckons us to pause, to embrace the duality of our experiences, and to find solace in the harmony between life’s contrasts. BLOOMY’s is more than a flower café and funeral hall, it’s a reminder that in every ending lies the promise of new beginnings, and that even in our moments of deepest sorrow, nature’s touch can nurture growth and renewal.

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo tables and cafe area

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo

BLOOMYS by Erika Kasahara flower and funeral home located in Tokyo

Photography: Nacasa & Partners inc.

 


 

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