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Tokyo Nail Station: Launch of their 1st branch in SM Sucat

Aside from our face, hair and body, our nails also needs pampering. It doesn’t actually need much routine unlike the other parts. But, making it look good adds to the total look. You wouldn’t want an eekky yuckie nails, do you?

Last July 1, 2016, a Japanese owned nail salon opened their first branch offering many services to pamper not just your nails but also extends their service to your feet and hands.

Tokyo Nail Station

Tokyo Nail Station under Japan-PH Beauty Create Inc. a newly established corporation in the Philippines headed by Mr. Eiji Kakimoto – Chairman, Mr. Yuto Sawaki – Managing Director, and Mr. Andro Lanceta – VP Operations aims to be in the fore front of bringing Japan’s standard in health, beauty and wellness to the country.

Tokyo Nail Station is set up to accommodate all genders, setting up the salon as not overly feminine and luxurious where customers can just sit back and relax from their busy schedule with pricing at par with other local chains.

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The salon seeks to reward their customers with the best nail care services and products from Japan, ranging from the basic to the most prime of polishes. And to keep their nail technicians up to date with the current trends, they receive direct training from the most adept nail technician trainers from their partner nail service school in Tokyo.

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Nail polish from economy (L) to luxury (R)
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LeapGel Nail Polish which can last up to 3 weeks. I had this done!

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Premium Nail Polish
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Nail tools with the nail technicians name while being sterilized.
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Each Nail Technician has her own set of tools. I love your box!❤️

Aside from their first branch, Tokyo Nail Station will be expanding very soon to SM South Mall and 2 more this year. Expect that you will be seeing more branches inside SM Malls.

My Pamper Time

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Let the pamper time begin!❤️❤️❤️

And of course, I wouldn’t miss trying them myself. I had the following procedures done.

1. Atami Foot Spa – Php 250

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My Mom said, my attendant will have a hardtime scrubbing off dead skin from my feet. Lol! I’m so sorry Ate!😂😂😂
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Sakura scrub smells oh so nice!😍

2. Red Bean Skin Lightening-Fukuyama Treatment -Php 300

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Red Bean Skin Lightening Treatment

3. Kakegawa Foot Paraffin – Php 450

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Literally waxed and HOT! Very relaxing! You should try this if you have tired and ouchy feet and legs!👍👍👍
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HOT but tolerable. An additional Php 100 for the extended coverage.👍

4. Hiroshima Hand Paraffin – Php 350

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Very relaxing!

5. Odawara Gel Pedicure – Php 900

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Drying my gel nail polish! What’s really nice about it? You can wear your sneakers right after putting it under this machine. Taaadahh! But, this doesn’t work in the regular nail polish as it gets burned.

6. Aioi Gel Manicure – Php 800

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Apologies for my not so pretty hand. But, I love the color!😊

I wanted to have the embellishment added to my nails but it was getting late and decided to have it done next time I visit. So, I just got a picture of another mommy.😄

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Overall, I went home with smiles up to my ears. I love pamper time. We Mommies need it once in a while to loosen up and have our short Me time. It is important that we feel good about ourselves to be confident enough to face the challenges of our daily task.

If you are near SM Sucat, check out Tokyo Nail Station at 3rd Floor Bldng B.

You may contact them at 0906.0562124; 0943.0720594

Follow them on:

IG: #tokyonailstationph

FB: /tokyonailstationph

Twitter: @tokyonailsph

 

32 thoughts on “Tokyo Nail Station: Launch of their 1st branch in SM Sucat

  1. Looks like you had a great day pampering yourself! I love the shellac nail polish, it does not move from your nails, not even after 3 weeks! An it saves a lot of money also, just doing it about once a month.

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  2. This looks like a very nice treatments. Your nails look wonderfull. I really love nailpolish. I use it quite often. Usually Essie or O.P.I. Love those. But this nail station did a great job. It looks great.

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  3. This looks relaxing and refreshing. It’s good that they sanitize their nail tools. The nail polish colors are cute! I’d want to try this, too. But they haven’t arrived here in Bacolod, yet.

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    1. Unfortunately, they are concentrated here in the Metro. It’s actually their first branch and will be expanding to SM Malls very soon. But, we’ll never know, you might see them around Bacolod in the future.

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  4. Pamper day is usually a necessity for everyone. We pamper ourselves in various ways but for us, it’s always a trip to the salon! Those are really nice treatments you got there and seems to be worth every penny.

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  5. oooh I wish they open a branch in Batangas. I used to go to Piandre to have my nails done but they closed down. I am the one cleaning and painting my own nails 😂

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  6. Nail spa’s are one of the things that I enjoy doing and pampering myself with. It is true, we all need to pamper ourselves from time to time.

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  7. Wow this place look so cute. I’d love to try the gel nail polish. Need nail polish that will last unlike the ones I use so far are chipped after just a few days. Will definitely check this place out 😀

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  8. I hope they can extend here in SM Pampanga. I miss painting my nails. I do my own nails and even nail art but not now because I’m preggy and just being safe with the chemicals.

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  9. The world is becoming so advanced these days. I mean, who could’ve imagined a concept like nail station, a few years back! Awesome innovation of the mind, that got it here! I love the 3 week stay sets!

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  10. It’s been so long since I’ve had my nails done in a nail salon. 🙂 So love the wide range of colors and palettes. ❤ I hope they would open a branch here in MOA. I'd love to try them out!

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  11. Pamper time is the most important time. Glad you’ve liked it. I don’t like gel nail polish but your nails look amazing! 😉

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