Tsukiji Yamataka Seafood market will open mid October 2016 (which is very soon!) at the 2nd floor of the Wan Chai Ferry Pier. It is created after the famous Tsukiji market in Tokyo, Japan. It will have living seafood in water tanks, freshly made seafood dishes (to eat on the spot or to take out), and retail products. The fresh fish and other seafood kinds will be imported from Japan and from around the world. In the early morning, it will be open for wholesalers, but afterwards it will be open for the public from 10:00 to 22:00.
I am really excited to go try the fresh seafood as sushi, grilled on the spot, in rice bowls, and in bentos (lunchboxes).
Recently (13 September 2016), Canmake has finally opened their first official stand-alone shop in the Sogo Causeway Bay department store, 3rd floor. You were able to buy Canmake makeup in Hong Kong before, but it used to be only a small makeup display. Now, they have a large shop area with Canmake products and also sister-brands such as Fiancee (fragrances), Country & Stream (skincare), TexMex (male skincare brand), Footeste (heels insoles), Rosy Rosa (makeup tools such as brushes, sponges, eyelashes), Mapepe (hair styling tools), Chasty (makeup tools) and Ducato (nail polishes).