A haven of wonders. Osewaya is a Japanese fashion accessories brand establised in 1983. Osewa means to care. Osewaya means a place that cares. Started as a wholesaler, Osewaya products are widely featured in popular Japanese magazines.
At Osewaya, patrons of all ages can find interesting and trendy accessories at affordable prices. You can expect to find something uniquely Japanese, feminine, and even whimsical. It is a great store for gifts and personal treats. Their exclusive collections Limited Number, Olga, Osoin, Ayatorie, and Finobelle are beautiful and irresistible.
Vilebrequin naturally found its place in the world of luxury where it has become the ultimate reference in men’s swimwear. Throughout its exceptional history, the brand has remained true to its original spirit and values, combining freedom and elegance. Saint-Tropez forever… Today Vilebrequin symbolises the values shared by elegant and demanding men, men who wish to combine casual elegance with humor, originality with impeccable taste and quality. They are naturally at home in this colourful world, reminiscent of fine sandy beaches, sunsets and dreams.
Founded in 1997, Sabon's mission is to consistently create and offer an unparalleled range of exceptional bath and body products using time-honoured remedies based on the finest natural ingredients.
Its inspiration comes from Nature – fragrant, delicate botanicals and the legendary Dead Sea, by way of oils, petals and salts that bestow beauty and healing magic for the body, mind and soul.
Aloha Poké is a casual Hawaiian diner serving customised poké (pronounced “poh-kay”) bowls. Poké is a Hawaiian staple and the choice food of surfers. Traditional poké comprises of seasoned Ahi (Tuna) tossed with toasted sesame seeds, sweet onions and scallions. At Aloha, their poké is always prepared fresh with generous amounts of tuna or salmon lightly marinated in our secret sauces, served over rice and/or salad, and topped off with a wide selection of add-ons and superfoods.
Heavenly Wang at Takashimaya Shopping Centre offers its patrons a modern & comfortable dining ambience while they enjoy the authentic local favourite delights. Incorporating the nostalgic coffeeshop design elements of the 60s, they aim to transport its diners back to the past without compromising on their dining comfort. Combining both communal high table with sofa setting alfresco area, this café offers patrons a perfect venue to catch up with friends or loved ones while sipping on an aromatic cup of local brew or enjoying over a bowl hot pipping Laksa.
The Dark Gallery
The Dark Gallery at Takashimaya Shopping Centre is an artisanal dark chocolate boutique cafe that offers up tempting plates centred around Single Origin dark chocolates. Other than that, it will showcase a range of single origin coffee beans from Singapore famed roastery, Common Man Coffee Roasters, Melbourne’s Padre and Japan’s Fuglen Tokyo Roastery. The first in Singapore to adopt the Modbar system, the cafe will be pairing a Single Origin pour-over coffee that is brewed to precision, with the latter to give a well-balanced and complex dessert platter. You can also expect a more comprehensive menu, with the addition of more pastries; both sweet and savoury.