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unless otherwise noted, all phots by Erieta Attali | click to enlarge photo by chuo104 Kichijoji is a suburb in Western Tokyo that’s gained popularity in recent years for its hip boutiques, convenient department stores and large park.
It’s that time of year again: Milano Salone, often simply referred to as Milan Design Week. Each year we cover various Japanese designers who are showcasing new work.
Borrowing from the concept and technique of Russian matryoshka nesting dolls, designer Masahiko Yoshihara has created a doll with a surprise inside.
photos by Hiroki Kawata courtesy Ninkipen | click to enlarge This month Kyoto University welcomed students into their new Uzumasa campus.
photos by Giovanni Giannoni courtesy Fairchild Fashion Media Fashion, according to Takafumi Tsuruta, shouldn’t just be about the runway.
a young man delivering soba alond Meguro-dori in Tokyo. Photo courtesy koitaro Nowadays when we order takeout we open an app, push a few buttons and 30 minutes later someone shows up on a motorcycle with your food.
“Flame of this world and the other world I” (2015) | all images courtesy Jonathan Levine Gallery The girls who appear in Tokyo-based artist Fuco Ueda’s paintings are, in a single word, mysterious.
Photos by Fuminari Yoshitsugu For the past 10 years a small Furoshiki shop has maintained a quiet presence in the back-streets of vibrant Harajuku.
Cause and Effect: Painted iPhone 6 Cases That Emerged From Canvases In a recent series titled Cause and Effect, Brooklyn-based artist Meguru Yamaguchi used his signature style of streaked paint to create a series of artworks that include canvases, as well as iPhone 6 cases.
Photos by Kenta Hasegawa | click to enlarge You’ll want to run through this new terminal, even if you’re not late for your plane.
photos courtesy the artist | click to enlarge Under a microscope, even the most common objects can look like terrifyingly new worlds.
Genki Sudo and his dance troupe WORLD ORDER throwing the first pitch Last week Genki Sudo and his dance troupe WORLD ORDER were invited to throw the ceremonial first pitch to kick off the start of Japanese baseball.
photo by teerayut hiruntaraporn | click images to enlarge Japan’s cherry blossoms usually get all the attention for their short-lived beauty.
photographer Yuki Aoyama provides a lift-me-up to businessmen across Japan through the simple action of jumping.
It’s an odd thought. Pencil sharpeners make pencils shorter, bringing them one step closer to their inevitable last day.
hanger created by Kumiko Kijima When department stores and upscale boutiques order high quality wooden hangars to display their clothes, there are inevitably some that don’t make the cut.
images courtesy Winston Wachter Fine Art | click to enlarge Etsuko Ichikawa is a Tokyo-born, Seattle-based artist who creates mesmerizing abstract “paintings” through the art of pyrography.
a rendering of how 90% of alcohol-induced train track falls occur After analyzing 2 years worth of data pertaining to drunken people falling onto train tracks, a group of data scientists at the West Japan Railway Company have come to a startling conclusion.
Japanese company Yamaha was founded in 1887 as a piano manufacturer. But after WWII the company leveraged its expertise in metallurgy to branch into motorcycles as well, creating a most diverse product range.
Before you watch this 5-min performance by Perfume that was filmed last week at SXSW in Austin, keep in mind there was no post-production.