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Wrapped in a cool monotone facade and balanced out by natural touches of wood is a new boutique hotel that recently emerged in the heart of Tokyo’s Shibuya district.
In postwar Japan, numerous metal processing companies sprouted up in the port town of Yokohama. Their metal pipes, sheets, precision parts and torque hinges were the invisible backbones of industrial Japan, quietly but robustly supporting all types of industry.
Getting arrested is a scary experience in every country, but perhaps even more so in Japan, where the conviction rate is over 99%.
Product designer Yuma Kano and Japanese carpenter Katsuhisa Toda collaborated to create a series of chopsticks inspired by traditional wood joinery techniques.
The Kaki Flower Vase was born from the simple idea of wanting to create a flower vase that could be attached to windows.
For the past 7 years Tatsuya Tanaka has been creating miniature dioramas out of everyday objects one might find around the house.
the facade of the planned MUJI Hotel in Ginza, opening Spring 2018 MUJI, our favorite minimal lifestyle retailer, announced plans to open Japan’s first MUJI Hotel in Ginza.
That disappointment when you spot a fancy cafe but it turns out to be a beauty salon. A Japanese illustrator who goes by the pseudonym Yamada Zenjidou, creates these simple yet adorable illustrations that we can’t get enough of.
You may have seen Japanese illustrator Mizumaru Kawahara and his comical-style illustrations on Japanese magazine covers, or illustrated film reviews.
Sit down in front of a large screen, dim the lights and turn the sound up. Them, dive into DERIVE, a visual project by Tokyo-based art director Cody Ellingham.
Special Favorite Music is a 7-piece Japanese indie band that blends elements of folk and bluegrass (and sometimes even soul and R&B) to create upbeat pop.
Maekake are a type of Japanese apron that, for hundreds of years, have been favored by the working men and women of rice shops, sake shops, miso shops and other stores that dot Japan’s many shopping streets.
Daijuuji Park in Aichi (Map) In 2005 Kito Fujio quite his job as an office worker and became a freelance photographer.
Komorebi (木漏れ日) is one of those uniquely untranslatable Japanese words. It means “sunlight filtering through the tree leaves” and embodies a poetic appreciation for nature and its changing seasons.
For years Westerners have experimented with wearing traditional Japanese clothing like the kimono and jinbei.
They did what? That’s right: they made a walkable floating pier from 100,000 sq meters of fabric; they’re building a church that’s 1.35 meters wide and 45 meters high; they made a cave entirely out of tape; they made an inflatable concert hall; he spent 96 hours creating a mural from mud.
a noren curtain hangs outside the new Kyoto Starbucks location Starbucks first international market outside of North America began in Tokyo in 1996 and now with 1,100 stores across the country, Japan is Starbucks 4th largest market globally.
Located in the middle of rice fields and situated at the foot of Mt. Sefuri in the Itoshima area of Fukuoka is the Shiraito Sake Brewery.
all photos courtesy okashinokobito Anyone who questions baking as an art form should look no further than the cookies made by Okashi no Kobito.
If you’re wrapping a gift or a present in Japan, surely you’re familiar with the multi-layered art of packaging.