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A Video Recap of the KITH “Tokyo Sakura Project” in Japan

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Kith and Ronnie Fieg’s Tokyo pop-up shop, the Sakura Project, is now in full-bloom after the grand opening this past weekend. The special retail space and product launch, which includes the Ronnie Fieg x Puma RF698 Mid and R698 “Sakura” editions, is inspired by the cherry blossom blooming season of Japan is not easily accessible for most of us here in the US, so luckily you can get a feel for the event in the video recap seen below. Watch for a look inside the space and keep in mind that the Sakura Project will be up and running until April 22nd. Also remember that a limited release of both Puma collabs will be available this Saturday, March 28th at KITH locations in NYC and Brooklyn as well as KithNYC.com.