Anna Tsuchiya, left, wearing Y20 mil worth of jewelry, poses with Alain Bernard, CEO of Van Cleef & Arpels Japan at an event to open the luxury jewelry brand's garden cafe, La Maison, at Roppongi Hills, on Wednesday night. The cafe will be open until July 24. La Maison showcases displays of Alhambra and Perlée collections and charm watches.
There is also a Make a Wish Perlée Tree, created on an iPad, on which famous people have written messages of hope. Anyone can post a message of hope via Twitter. Taking the numbers from Lucky Day July 7, Van Cleef & Arpels will donate 77 yen for each uploaded message to Ashinaga Ikueikai to fund the construction of a care home for orphans of the March 11 disaster. La Maison is located at Hills Café/Space, 2F of Hillside at Roppongi Hills. Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., except on days reserved for private events. http://vca-mobile.jp/lucky© Japan Today