Customers can order custom-
made, simple and
canvas bags (NT$1,500-2,500),
which only take about four or
five days to produce.
The Tsuki Usagi Jirushi (moon
rabbit label) is a well-known
product series for Japanese
enamel kitchenware brand
Horo, famous for its
classic, practical items.
Everything in Between
By Lishea Zheng Translated by Angel Pu
30, Lane 88, WuQuan W 5th St, West Dist.; 0970-156-842
Hours: 1-9 pm
Delivery services available.
Credit cards not accepted.
Everything in Between hides itself along a small lane and offers all kinds of daily-living goods. Owner Mr. Wang used to work in the apparel industry and enjoyed designing all kinds of bags for his friends and relatives. Because most of them really liked his creations, he decided to launch his own bag brand, Everything in Between. Now he not only sells his bags, but also selects a number of high-quality daily-living products for the store.
Left: The Chemex coffeemaker (NT$1,500/450 cc) was invented by
German-American scientist Peter Schlumbohm, and is part of the
Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection. Famous designers
such as Sori Yanagi and Charles and Ray Eames reportedly all favor
Chemex's coffemakers. The handmade brushes pictured in the center,
including the slim Pig Bristle Brush (NT$206) and toothbrush (NT$80),
are all made from natural materials. The handmade Japanese Kaikado
tea jars in the front are one of the top choices for tea lovers.
Right: These interesting and beautifully-made
utensils (NT$380-1,200) are exclusively
designed by pottery artist Ms. Ku Shang-
ling for Everything in Between. The plate
pictured in the front is for toast.